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NorthNone rated and reviewed the recipe Gluten-Free Cream Cheese Pumpkin Pie
Gluten-Free Cream Cheese Pumpkin Pie
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"Excellent pie! I used half as much sugar in the pumpkin portion which kept it from being too sweet. Also I kneaded the crust for about a minute before pressing it into the pie pan. The pie crust was so good, I would make it again even if it didn't have to be gluten-free. Rave reviews at Thanksgiving."
Posted on 11/27/2011
NorthNone rated and reviewed the recipe Chicken and Tomato Topped Potatoes
Chicken and Tomato Topped Potatoes
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"Excellent mixture of textures resulting in a tasty dinner treat. I cooked the chicken instead of using totisserie chicken from the store, though. Received the husband seal of approval in our house!"
Posted on 8/22/2010
NorthNone rated and reviewed the recipe Impossibly Easy Shrimp Pie
Impossibly Easy Shrimp Pie
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"At my house, this was so well received that it has been re-named 'Impossibly WONDERFUL Shrimp Pie'. Don't put it on the top rack of the oven lest the 'crust' get too brown and become difficult to cut. A great Friday recipe!"
Posted on 11/7/2009
NorthNone rated and reviewed the recipe Shrimp, Sweet Corn and New Potato Boil
Shrimp, Sweet Corn and New Potato Boil
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"Wonderful! I've made it twice and it was delightful both times. Next time I'll serve the whole thing on a big platter and let people take what they want instead of serving up individual plates. I'll echo the comment about starting the potatoes 5-7 minutes ahead of the corn. That was a big help."
Posted on 9/15/2009
NorthNone rated and reviewed the recipe Peking Fish
Peking Fish
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"This is a great way to fix fish! I'm not used to stir-frying, so I wish I had read up on that first, but it still came out to be a wonderful dish! There were no leftovers :-)"
Posted on 6/1/2009

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Posted 11/27/2011 5:00:50 PM REPORT ABUSE
Gluten-Free Cream Cheese Pumpkin Pie
Gluten-Free Cream Cheese Pumpkin Pie
Rating:
Excellent pie! I used half as much sugar in the pumpkin portion which kept it from being too sweet. Also I kneaded the crust for about a minute before pressing it into the pie pan. The pie crust was so good, I would make it again even if it didn't have to be gluten-free. Rave reviews at Thanksgiving.
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Posted 8/22/2010 6:11:57 PM REPORT ABUSE
Chicken and Tomato Topped Potatoes
Chicken and Tomato Topped Potatoes
Rating:
Excellent mixture of textures resulting in a tasty dinner treat. I cooked the chicken instead of using totisserie chicken from the store, though. Received the husband seal of approval in our house!
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Posted 11/7/2009 7:05:52 AM REPORT ABUSE
Impossibly Easy Shrimp Pie
Impossibly Easy Shrimp Pie
Rating:
At my house, this was so well received that it has been re-named 'Impossibly WONDERFUL Shrimp Pie'. Don't put it on the top rack of the oven lest the 'crust' get too brown and become difficult to cut. A great Friday recipe!
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Posted 9/15/2009 8:09:30 AM REPORT ABUSE
Shrimp, Sweet Corn and New Potato Boil
Shrimp, Sweet Corn and New Potato Boil
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Wonderful! I've made it twice and it was delightful both times. Next time I'll serve the whole thing on a big platter and let people take what they want instead of serving up individual plates. I'll echo the comment about starting the potatoes 5-7 minutes ahead of the corn. That was a big help.
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Posted 6/1/2009 11:49:13 AM REPORT ABUSE
Peking Fish
Peking Fish
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This is a great way to fix fish! I'm not used to stir-frying, so I wish I had read up on that first, but it still came out to be a wonderful dish! There were no leftovers :-)
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Posted 12/26/2007 8:03:53 PM REPORT ABUSE
Three-in-One Cookie Stacks
Three-in-One Cookie Stacks
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Hint of Gingerbread variation for 1/3 of the batter: 1/2 cup raisins sprinkled with flour with pumpkin pie spice (or cinnamon) mixed in (vary to taste - 1/2 teaspoon worked for me in 2 tablespoons flour) 2 tablespoons molasses (add with other liquid ingredients) My husband liked them best when they weren't flattened with the glass dipped in sugar, but they'd be fine that way too. Couldn't decide where to start baking cookies, and this recipe got me past my 'bakers block'!
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Posted 12/13/2006 10:30:06 AM REPORT ABUSE
Holiday Tree-Shaped Cheese Ball
Holiday Tree-Shaped Cheese Ball
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CHRISTMAS tree, not 'holiday' tree. OK, I'm done with my rant. It is a great recipe :-)
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Posted 12/13/2006 10:30:06 AM REPORT ABUSE
Holiday Tree-Shaped Cheese Ball
Holiday Tree-Shaped Cheese Ball
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Easy recipe with lots of visual ''wow''! -I used some of the cheese spread to make crackers to set around the tree (decorated with parsly and red bell peppers).-You might want to make it spicier than the recipe. It is rather bland as is.-I should have used a template to cut out the stars. Also I wish I had left a stalk (or tail) on the star to better secure it to the tree.-Someone suggested making a double recipe to create a BIG tree, then using grape or cherry tomatoes for ornaments.
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