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    1 Reviews |  By uberivy

    This is a classic recipe, slightly adapted. It's especially perfect for high altitude cooking, as I live at 7,000 feet above sea level and it's hard to make cookies rise just right. Bake slightly longer for crispy cookies, slightly less for chewy.

    Recipe #352034

    1 Reviews |  By uberivy

    This is an excellent recipe for crock-pot beef stew, as adapted from a combination of two other highly-rated stove-top beef stew recipes posted. I made it as an experiment, and my friends and family exclaimed over it for days afterwards!

    Recipe #352001

    This is a fantastic alternative to traditional giblet gravy-- the mushroom pieces take the place of giblets or hard-boiled egg pieces (for the others out there who are squeamish about the old-fashioned version) and the flavor adds a wonderful savory complement to any holiday dish. I've been making this for Thanksgiving and Christmas dinners for years now, and we always drown turkey, potatoes, stuffing, biscuits--you name it--in this gravy. It's slightly creamy, fragrant, and has a beautiful flavor that adds something lovely without overpowering. It heats up nicely with leftovers, as well! (I adapted it slightly from a cookbook so many years ago now that I can't remember where it came from.)

    Recipe #352035

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