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"It doesn't get easier than this. Made as directed in a three quart crockpot for a Thanksgiving appetizer. Half my family are picky eaters and they loved this. Served with Fritos and tortilla chips for scooping. Can't comment on how it tasted the next day because they demolished at once. Thanks for sharing, BTW, love the name."
"This was the perfect balance of sweet and tart. Cooked in crockpot for three hours, mashed it silly, added 1 cup chopped pecans and put in the fridge until dinner. Everyone raved about it. This will be my go to recipe from now on and so easy! Thanks so much for sharing."
"How can you go wrong with these? Bacon, sugar and wieners! I lined my baking sheet with nonstick foil and am glad I did. The bacon fat and sugar combine to form a sort of salty sweet caramel and it is sticky. The smell while these were baking was intoxicating. I almost had to stand guard over the oven to protect them from DH. Made these a day ah..."
"Made this as directed using my Kitchen Aid mixer and pasta attachment. After kneading dough and letting it rest 10 minutes, divided it into four pieces and rolled it out to an "8" thickness. Then I cut the strips into three inch lengths and using my thick noodle cutter ran them through the pasta attachment again. I wanted hardy but not t..."
"This dough was a pleasure to work with. Made exactly as directed, to include the "resting" times. Used my Kitchen Aid mixer and pasta attachment. The pasta was a beautiful golden color due to the semolina flour and the taste was divine. Made two servings for DH and myself and froze the rest in two serving portions for another day. Thank..."
"I made this with a bottom round roast. Cooked as directed for four hours, setting the timer turning the roast over hourly. The smell was fabulous and DH kept asking when it would be ready. The roast was fall apart tender but strictly as a matter of personal presence I am giving four stars because the sauce was just a tad too tart for me. On th..."
"Very tasty. I used half the amount of honey as I am not a fan of "sweet" meat. DH and I both enjoyed it very much and I am always looking for new ways to cook pork chops. Thanks for sharing Paja! Tagged for Zaar Alphabet Chef game."
"Made for Zaar Chef Alphabet Soup. I made this using a food processor and my Kitchenaid pasta attachment. Very easy recipe and the dough was a joy to work with. The recipe states it makes one pound, but one pound of fresh must be equal to 1 1/2 pounds of dry because this make a lot of pasta. Thanks for sharing Ceezie!"
"Made this in the crockpot with one change, used only 1/2 cup of brown sugar. The flavor is so much more complex than just using BBQ sauce alone, DH loved it. Next time I will bake this or simmer on the stove as the sauce was a tad too thin for my taste. Great recipe weekend cooker, thanks for sharing!"