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    RECIPE SWAP #68 - September 2012 - Groups posted

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    NurseJaney
    Sun Sep 16, 2012 8:57 am
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    Chef Buggsy Mate wrote:
    NurseJaney wrote:
    Group 2 One Cup Slice

    I have made and reviewed Chef Buggsy Mate's "Cinnamon Coffee Cake Muffins". A really delightful "sweet snack" !! icon_biggrin.gif I have frozen 6, which will be good for breakfast next week.

    I had earlier prepared "Upside-Down Pizza Casserole" , which all the ingredients appealed. I SHOULD have expected that it would be salty, and have cut out much of salt from recipes, so did not think I could give a fair review. DH thought it was truly pizza-tasting, and all the ingredients were spot on. It made a HUGE casserole full, so would be a good family meal.



    NJ, If you wouldn't mind posting that you felt the recipe was to salty now that you have cut salt out of your diet that would be fine. Maybe you can post some suggestions or changes you would make in order to make the recipe more palatable for those who restrict the amount of salt in their diets.


    Did post a reluctant review -- these had always been my "comfort" ingredients ! Other than staying away from sausage and using lo-sodium ingredients, I'm not good at nutritional alternatives. It's one of those things which falls in the category of ---
    "All the good things in life, are illegal, immoral, or fattening"! icon_eek.gif
    mummamills
    Mon Sep 17, 2012 5:50 am
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    Back in the saddle icon_smile.gif

    have made My Secret Most Special Incredibly Awesome Toast. for Elmotoo

    Australian Style Hamburger for Loof

    and I will make Summer Pasta Salad for Kiwi Kathy
    Elmotoo
    Mon Sep 17, 2012 3:58 pm
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    mummamills wrote:
    Back in the saddle icon_smile.gif

    have made My Secret Most Special Incredibly Awesome Toast. for Elmotoo


    Thank you!
    NurseJaney
    Tue Sep 18, 2012 11:40 am
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    Group 2 One cup Slice

    Have MERP'd PaulaG's "Derby Vegetables". Lovely, easy way to prepare and serve fresh veggies ! Since there was chaos in the kitchen, I skipped the saute step this time, and steamed the entire bowl for about 12-15 minutes -- not too crunchy, but VERY tasty !!

    Have to figure HOW to insert photo -- been a while!

    photo added to recipe.
    Chef Buggsy Mate
    Tue Sep 18, 2012 2:28 pm
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    NurseJaney wrote:
    Chef Buggsy Mate wrote:
    NurseJaney wrote:
    Group 2 One Cup Slice

    I have made and reviewed Chef Buggsy Mate's "Cinnamon Coffee Cake Muffins". A really delightful "sweet snack" !! icon_biggrin.gif I have frozen 6, which will be good for breakfast next week.

    I had earlier prepared "Upside-Down Pizza Casserole" , which all the ingredients appealed. I SHOULD have expected that it would be salty, and have cut out much of salt from recipes, so did not think I could give a fair review. DH thought it was truly pizza-tasting, and all the ingredients were spot on. It made a HUGE casserole full, so would be a good family meal.



    NJ, If you wouldn't mind posting that you felt the recipe was to salty now that you have cut salt out of your diet that would be fine. Maybe you can post some suggestions or changes you would make in order to make the recipe more palatable for those who restrict the amount of salt in their diets.


    Did post a reluctant review -- these had always been my "comfort" ingredients ! Other than staying away from sausage and using lo-sodium ingredients, I'm not good at nutritional alternatives. It's one of those things which falls in the category of ---
    "All the good things in life, are illegal, immoral, or fattening"! icon_eek.gif


    Thank you so much for your review. It was very kind and still made the dish sound appealing (especially to pizza lovers) yet it informed those who are trying to or those who must limit their salt intake that this is not the best choice for them. I would rather someone read your review and pass the recipe up then to go to the expense of making it only to have to throw the meal out.
    NurseJaney
    Tue Sep 18, 2012 2:52 pm
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    Oh, Buggsy Mate -- it didn't get thrown out !! DH enjoyed about 1/2 of it over 2 nights, and we feed "left-overs" to the neighborhood critters ! He has a night-motion camera which picks up a few fox, a groundhog, and a raccoon family - icon_eek.gif ! They polished the bowl and ate every scrap !
    Chef Buggsy Mate
    Wed Sep 19, 2012 12:31 am
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    NurseJaney wrote:
    Oh, Buggsy Mate -- it didn't get thrown out !! DH enjoyed about 1/2 of it over 2 nights, and we feed "left-overs" to the neighborhood critters ! He has a night-motion camera which picks up a few fox, a groundhog, and a raccoon family - icon_eek.gif ! They polished the bowl and ate every scrap !


    So glad to hear that your DH and the critters enjoyed it! We used to feed things to our girls (our hens) and other critters in the area before we made the move back to the concrete jungle of Southern CA. Now the only wild life we see is ants, and cockroaches... even the number of birds have diminished greatly from when I grew up here. It is so sad icon_sad.gif
    PaulaG
    Wed Sep 19, 2012 8:26 am
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    NurseJaney wrote:
    Group 2 One cup Slice

    Have MERP'd PaulaG's "Derby Vegetables". Lovely, easy way to prepare and serve fresh veggies ! Since there was chaos in the kitchen, I skipped the saute step this time, and steamed the entire bowl for about 12-15 minutes -- not too crunchy, but VERY tasty !!

    Have to figure HOW to insert photo -- been a while!

    photo added to recipe.


    Thank you much. That was a lovely photo and great review. icon_smile.gif
    loof
    Fri Sep 21, 2012 3:06 pm
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    Made and enjoyed this tasty muesli yummy.gif

    Muesli in a Slow Cooker / Crock Pot #251906 by Kiwi Kathy
    (this is a change from Jamie Oliver's Broccoli Salad)

    **Jubes**
    Fri Sep 21, 2012 11:07 pm
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    Great photo loof icon_smile.gif
    NurseJaney
    Sun Sep 23, 2012 9:07 am
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    Group 2 1 Cup Slice

    Have made and reviewed katew's "Highlight Cake". Very different and very tasty ! may be affected by availability of an ingredient, internationally. I DID check 3 local store, including Wegman's for custard powder, but decided to go ahead with Jello instant pudding. It worked OK -- but bet the real thing would have been perfect !!

    My last tag for this month. We will be away most of October (on a riverboat cruise in Portugal !)- so won't sign up -- will just lurk, and return in November ! Happy cooking, All !
    Peter J
    Mon Sep 24, 2012 6:51 am
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    I've just made Tavern Beer Battered Fish by Gowins13 yummy.gif I managed to forget pressing the 5-star rating button I'd meant to give it and comments don't seem to get auto-approved any more, so I'll go back and add the stars when it appears.

    I'mPat
    Mon Sep 24, 2012 7:56 am
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    Peter J wrote:
    I've just made Tavern Beer Battered Fish by Gowins13 yummy.gif I managed to forget pressing the 5-star rating button I'd meant to give it and comments don't seem to get auto-approved any more, so I'll go back and add the stars when it appears.



    Yep there is a 24 to 48 hour delay when you post no stars before it goes public and oh just love the photo of that fish so crispy looking.

    Pat
    Chef Buggsy Mate
    Mon Sep 24, 2012 1:13 pm
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    Posting for emails icon_smile.gif
    Mom2Rose
    Mon Sep 24, 2012 3:14 pm
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    Made, eaten and reviewed

    4 Salad Dressings by I'm Pat
    Chicken With Mushrooms in the Crockpot Inspired by Breezermom's by morganegeiser
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