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Joined Date: Jun 04, 2010
"This is a complete home run! I made it for a Christmas appetizer. Prepared the bread ahead of time. Everyone loved it. I put the leftovers in pasta for the next day. I recently made it fresh and added pasta. Both preparations are great. This is a keeper and soooooo easy."
Reviewed Hot Artichoke-Spinach Dip
"Love the beans. Adds a nice creaminess. Everyone loved it!!! Easy to throw together ahead of time and cook at the last minute."
Reviewed Cranberry Clementine Sauce
"Delicious Anne!!! I also not a huge fan of cranberry sauce especially processed canned crap :) This is such a good recipe. So easy to make. Will do again for sure. "
Reviewed The Chewy
"Best recipe!!! No need for changes."
Reviewed Scalloped Potatoes
"Good recipe but not outstanding. Prior to making, I thought the recipe itself might be bland, then I read the reviews. It is bland not in a horrible or digusting way just needs some additonal salt and pepper. Everyone at our Easter brunch loved it but everyone put additional salt and pepper to taste. The swiss really helps but next time I migh"
Reviewed Spinach and Bacon Quiche
"Nice quiche. Used deep dish pie pans so required additional filling and longer cooking times. Varied the ingredients since I was making four for Easter brunch. Loved the sausage and pepper jack combo. Very easy to cook. And delicious reheated."
Reviewed Carrot Cake
"Excellent. So moist. I doubled the seasonings which added more punch. I even added some pumpkin on the second cake when I ran out of carrots--still great. Very easy. Not sure how some reviewers had difficuly with this recipe."
Reviewed Pumpkin Bread
"Fabulous recipe!!! Don't be scared by the fresh pumpkin. Use a small pie pumpkin. I cut the pumpkin in half and then used a potatoe peeler to peel the skin. Easy breezy. I then used my food processor. And voila fresh pumpkin. Took less than ten minutes to process and worth every minute. Had extra pumpkin left over which I froze for future applications. I took the bread to a party--huge hit with everyone. This bread is not too sweet. Doubled the spices. No seeds. I will make again and again!