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Joined Date: Dec 23, 2009
Reviewed The Baked Potato
"I actually enjoyed eating the skin while eating this baked potato. Easy to prep, easy to cook, and delicious to eat! I will be making my baked potatoes from now on in this manner. ""
Reviewed Wayne's Cranberry Sauce
"First time ever making cranberry sauce. This dish was simple to prepare and went over great at the dinner table on Thanksgiving. ""
Reviewed Good Eats Roast Turkey
"Easy, Tasty, and Moist. When we pulled the turkey out of the oven my family actually gathered around to take pictures of our turkey! The skin came out a beautiful golden color, and as we carved the turkey the juices were seeping out! The sweet brine and cinnamon added a extremely subtle, yet welcomed flavor to the turkey. Even the skin tasted grea""
Reviewed Sausage and Herb Stuffing
"I served this as a side for Thanksgiving. The dressing went over well and was not difficult to make, but I did not particularly enjoy it. The dressing seemed to out of the box for me, even though it had great flavors. I think I just wanted something a little more traditional this year.""
Reviewed Creamy Garlic Mashed Potatoes
"These mashed potatoes were quick and easy. The addition of Parmesan was subtle, but excellent. I also enjoyed the garlic flavor; I did not find it overwhelming. We did not use the entire half and half mixture on our potatoes because we had already reached the desired consistency. Would make again with a breaded chicken entree.""
"Quick and easy! The butter is amazing, and even though it adds some extra fat, etc, it's worth it. I made a lemon juice, thyme, and rosemary compound butter, and added less than a Tbs. to two fillets of lake trout. Another great, simple recipe!""
Reviewed Pumpkin Seeds
"Quick and easy! Loved the different flavor ideas!""
"Unfortunately, I was not able to find cranberries, but from my experiences in the past, you can usually interchange fruits in a sauce. I saw some fresh blackberries, and decided to make a blackberry/blueberry sauce; all other ingredients were the same. The sauce does take a while to reduce, but did become the syrupy texture the recipe describes. P""