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"I was a newly wed in 1969 when I I bought my first Farm Journal Christmas Cookbook. This was the first recipe I made from it. I've made it every holiday since, with a few differences: I quadruple the cream cheese, sour cream, & mayo. Tons of garlic. Lots of Tabasco or any hot sauce...last time used a Chinese hot sauce. Double the corn & use packag..."
"I used: #12365 Reduced Fat Alfredo Sauce. 1 huge chicken breast on steroids. Why do they grow them this way??? Precooked bacon pieces, about 1/3 of package. 1/4 c chopped sundried tomatoes in olive oil. This was a new taste for us & we loved it! 1 can Portobella mushrooms. 1 green bell pepper, diced & sauteed. 2 c mozzarella cheese. Forgot the par..."
"I have not made spaghetti sauce in over 25 years! What happened with that? This recipe has changed that, & it is so EASY to prepare!!! Like most cooks, I did make a few changes: Turkey Italian Sausage links. Split the links before cooking & scrapped out the sausage. Then cooked the loose meat along with the onions & spices. DH never even realized ..."
"Yesterday, we had our first BLT of the tomato season. Alas, with turkey bacon, light mayo, & whole wheat my BLT did not resemble those of years gone by. This recipe made moving to turkey bacon much easier. While I have to say that I shall miss my old BLT with smoked pork bacon & mayonnaise on light bread, this did put a smile on my face! Eating he..."
"This looks interesting. I wonder how this would work using Egg Beaters & lite cottage cheese. Hmmmm. I belive I will go try this. Thanks!"
"This is a wonderful recipe to use as a base for whatever your tastes or refrigerator dictates on any given day!As ChoCho suggested, I used 8.5 oz sundried tomato in olive oil and herbs. I cooked turkey sausage using the olive oil from the sundried tomatoes; added 2 thinly sliced onions, 2 thinly sliced red & yellow bell peppers, handfull fresh ..."
"Sweet potatoes with chili powder? Cayenne pepper? You must be crazy! Nope. These sweet potatoes are fantastic & have become my most favorite way to eat sweet potatoes! No more marshmallows for me! I use olive oil for our hearts & Splenda brown sugar to lower the calories. This recipe, along with Tangy Marinated Yellow Squash #343, are my most fa..."
"OOPS!!! Having just come back from a grueling 3 hour workout at the YMCA, I began throwing this recipe together to go with leftover brisket from this past Memorial Day Weekend. The key words here are: grueling workout & throwing. I was waaay too tired to try a new recipe. I wanted to triple the recipe & so should have used 4.5 TEASPOONS of Wasabi ..."
"Only one other review since 1999! How can that be? This is one of the yummiest dishes I have made in ages!!! I actually had it for breakfast. DH came home with a huge amount of yellow squash, so I doubled the marinade. In making the marinade, I substituted Splenda for the sugar, used white wine instead of wine vinegar, & 10 or 12 cloves of garli..."