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Reviewed Maple Baked Beans
"Tasty, tasty recipe. I used kidney beans as I had some on hand and they worked out fine. The depth of flavor from cooking so long is very nice. Highly recommend! I ended up cooking for about 20 more minutes (past the 45 recommended to evaporate more of the liquid.""
Reviewed BBQ Chicken in Cornbread Cups
"Best "game day" recipe I've come across in a while. It will certainly become part of my easy app arsenal. Ms. Dean recommends whole milk, I happened to have buttermilk on hand and any other milk will work just fine. I used a store bought rotisserie chicken; only needed a breast and thigh and have the remainder for left overs. I "pulled" it to""
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Reviewed Yellow Split Pea Soup
"The only thing I can think of against this dish is the color, I found the yellow slightly off-putting. I guess green split pea soup isn't the best color, either. It was amazingly easy to make with relatively few ingredients, has a nice rich and hearty texture yet is surprisingly light and was inexpensive to make. I used a smoked ham hock and added about 8 oz finely diced ham steak (after puree) for texture. I was able to make the dish for around $15, including the bread and ham steak.