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fuzzybutts' dad rated and reviewed the recipe Impossibly Easy Bacon Pie
Impossibly Easy Bacon Pie
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"I have found that in the past I control the browning by covering the pie with foil to stop it from going too far on the top. Otherwise turn down the temperature on your oven. They don't all perform the same. That being said, I found this to be very good with chedder cheese and bacon or sausage. I don't understand the need for swiss cheese. Not ever my first choice for cheese unless I'm making ham sandwichs, and that's only occasionally when I do that. To each, their own taste I guess."
Posted on 6/8/2009
fuzzybutts' dad rated and reviewed the recipe Speedy Lasagna Supper
Speedy Lasagna Supper
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"I thought this was really good. No noodles to boil and drain. I added sauted a BUNCH of garlic (that's how I roll), green pepper, mushrooms, beef and italian sausage, extra italian seasoning, & a lot more onion. I thought the cottage cheese was a good choice, seeing that I use cottage cheese in my regular lasagna anyway (just never liked ricotta to begin with) and added real parmesean regiano and grated it myself, but I doubled the amount. Half in with the bottom and half on top with the extra cheese. I don't see what everyone was compaining about. Mine was NOT bland, it was NOT mushy, it was NOT gross. Some people I've seen just can't cook and won't try. If I make something and it doesn't turn out the way I thought it should have turned out, I try to think of something that I messed up. Nine times out of ten, that's exactly what happened. My cat (fuzzybutt) even liked it, it was great."
Posted on 6/8/2009
fuzzybutts' dad rated and reviewed the recipe Turkey and Cornbread Stuffing Casserole
Turkey and Cornbread Stuffing Casserole
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"I added 1/2 tsp. of poultry seasoning to the cornbread mixture and sauted a sliced carrot and celery in butter until just tender before adding to the mix. It was great. I loved it. This only serves one person (me)."
Posted on 6/8/2009
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Posted 6/8/2009 10:19:23 AM REPORT ABUSE
Impossibly Easy Bacon Pie
Impossibly Easy Bacon Pie
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I have found that in the past I control the browning by covering the pie with foil to stop it from going too far on the top. Otherwise turn down the temperature on your oven. They don't all perform the same. That being said, I found this to be very good with chedder cheese and bacon or sausage. I don't understand the need for swiss cheese. Not ever my first choice for cheese unless I'm making ham sandwichs, and that's only occasionally when I do that. To each, their own taste I guess.
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Posted 6/8/2009 8:14:52 AM REPORT ABUSE
Speedy Lasagna Supper
Speedy Lasagna Supper
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I thought this was really good. No noodles to boil and drain. I added sauted a BUNCH of garlic (that's how I roll), green pepper, mushrooms, beef and italian sausage, extra italian seasoning, & a lot more onion. I thought the cottage cheese was a good choice, seeing that I use cottage cheese in my regular lasagna anyway (just never liked ricotta to begin with) and added real parmesean regiano and grated it myself, but I doubled the amount. Half in with the bottom and half on top with the extra cheese. I don't see what everyone was compaining about. Mine was NOT bland, it was NOT mushy, it was NOT gross. Some people I've seen just can't cook and won't try. If I make something and it doesn't turn out the way I thought it should have turned out, I try to think of something that I messed up. Nine times out of ten, that's exactly what happened. My cat (fuzzybutt) even liked it, it was great.
This reply was: Helpful  Inspiring
 
Posted 6/8/2009 7:39:41 AM REPORT ABUSE
Turkey and Cornbread Stuffing Casserole
Turkey and Cornbread Stuffing Casserole
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I added 1/2 tsp. of poultry seasoning to the cornbread mixture and sauted a sliced carrot and celery in butter until just tender before adding to the mix. It was great. I loved it. This only serves one person (me).
This reply was: Helpful  Inspiring
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