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luvvv2cook rated and reviewed the recipe Slow-Cooked Corned Beef Dinner
Slow-Cooked Corned Beef Dinner
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"Since corned beef really doesn't have a tremendous amount on meat, celebrate the vegetables with the adding a tremendous flavor. The leftover broth can be made into a delicious soup. Just add some frozen mixed vegetables, barley or rice and perhaps some browned ground beef or turkey. Fantastic!"
Posted on 3/15/2012
luvvv2cook rated and reviewed the recipe Slow-Cooked Corned Beef Dinner
Slow-Cooked Corned Beef Dinner
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"Corned Beef is naturally quite fatty but you can certainly trim as much as possible before cooking. The flat cuts are less fatty than the point cuts. They are also quite a bit more expensive. We love corned beef with potatoes and cabbage so you could adapt this recipe to your liking. I have also cooked corned beef covered in water on both the stovetop and in the oven. I add the potatoes and cabbage at the end of the cooking time. "
Posted on 3/15/2012
luvvv2cook rated and reviewed the recipe Impossibly Easy Pumpkin Pie
Impossibly Easy Pumpkin Pie
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"I have been making an Impossible Pumpkin Pie recipe similar to this one for 35+ years. I got the recipe from the Bisquick box. It is the only pumpkin pie recipe I will make or my fussy sons will eat. My old recipe makes a 10 inch pie and calls for: 2 eggs, 1 cup sugar, 1/2 cup Bisquick, 12 oz can evaporated milk, 15 oz can of pumpkin, 3 tsp. soft margarine, 1/2 tsp. salt and 2 tsp. of pumpkin pie spice (or as a substitute 1 tsp. cinnamon, 1/2 tsp. ginger, 1/4 tsp. nutmeg, 1/8 tsp,ground cloves and 1/8 tsp. all spice). Mix all together with blender or mixer. Grease and flour a 10" pie pan (probably a deep dish since my pie pan is pretty deep). Bake at 350 for 50 minutes or until a table knife inserted in the center comes out clean. Yummy, Yummy Pumpkin Pie! (This recipe is so old it actually calls for a 13 oz can of evaporated milk. They changed that to 12 ounces quite a few years ago but the 12 oz can works just as well in this recipe). Remember old recipes are still around for a good reason!"
Posted on 11/17/2011
luvvv2cook rated and reviewed the recipe Grilled Margarita Chicken Salad
Grilled Margarita Chicken Salad
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"Haven't tried this yet but it sounds wonderful. To save grilling time, why not grill a double or triple batch of the chicken. Use some in the recipe and freeze the rest for a quick salad the next time. If it is as good as it sounds, you will be making it often."
Posted on 6/1/2009
luvvv2cook rated and reviewed the recipe Streusel Coffee Cake
Streusel Coffee Cake
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"Can this be doubled for a 9x13 pan?"
Posted on 6/1/2009
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Posted 3/15/2012 10:11:21 AM REPORT ABUSE
Slow-Cooked Corned Beef Dinner
Slow-Cooked Corned Beef Dinner
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Since corned beef really doesn't have a tremendous amount on meat, celebrate the vegetables with the adding a tremendous flavor. The leftover broth can be made into a delicious soup. Just add some frozen mixed vegetables, barley or rice and perhaps some browned ground beef or turkey. Fantastic!
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Posted 3/15/2012 10:06:58 AM REPORT ABUSE
Slow-Cooked Corned Beef Dinner
Slow-Cooked Corned Beef Dinner
Rating:
Corned Beef is naturally quite fatty but you can certainly trim as much as possible before cooking. The flat cuts are less fatty than the point cuts. They are also quite a bit more expensive. We love corned beef with potatoes and cabbage so you could adapt this recipe to your liking. I have also cooked corned beef covered in water on both the stovetop and in the oven. I add the potatoes and cabbage at the end of the cooking time.
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Posted 11/17/2011 10:01:35 AM REPORT ABUSE
Impossibly Easy Pumpkin Pie
Impossibly Easy Pumpkin Pie
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I have been making an Impossible Pumpkin Pie recipe similar to this one for 35+ years. I got the recipe from the Bisquick box. It is the only pumpkin pie recipe I will make or my fussy sons will eat. My old recipe makes a 10 inch pie and calls for: 2 eggs, 1 cup sugar, 1/2 cup Bisquick, 12 oz can evaporated milk, 15 oz can of pumpkin, 3 tsp. soft margarine, 1/2 tsp. salt and 2 tsp. of pumpkin pie spice (or as a substitute 1 tsp. cinnamon, 1/2 tsp. ginger, 1/4 tsp. nutmeg, 1/8 tsp,ground cloves and 1/8 tsp. all spice). Mix all together with blender or mixer. Grease and flour a 10" pie pan (probably a deep dish since my pie pan is pretty deep). Bake at 350 for 50 minutes or until a table knife inserted in the center comes out clean. Yummy, Yummy Pumpkin Pie! (This recipe is so old it actually calls for a 13 oz can of evaporated milk. They changed that to 12 ounces quite a few years ago but the 12 oz can works just as well in this recipe). Remember old recipes are still around for a good reason!
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Posted 6/1/2009 11:58:26 AM REPORT ABUSE
Grilled Margarita Chicken Salad
Grilled Margarita Chicken Salad
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Haven't tried this yet but it sounds wonderful. To save grilling time, why not grill a double or triple batch of the chicken. Use some in the recipe and freeze the rest for a quick salad the next time. If it is as good as it sounds, you will be making it often.
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Posted 6/1/2009 11:58:26 AM REPORT ABUSE
Streusel Coffee Cake
Streusel Coffee Cake
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Can this be doubled for a 9x13 pan?
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