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"I at first didn't care for them--seemed way too chocolatey to me, but on the 2nd day, I tried them again and they weren't so bad. They came out really flat, so I don't know if I did something wrong because they weren't big enough to be even fudge-sized. But today it dawned on me that they taste like Raisinettes. With graham crackers :."
Feb 14, 2011 on Food.com
"I made this on the day we had a huge blizzard, and my husband had been shoveling for a few hours. When he finished showering, the dish had just finished, and he ate just about the whole thing! It was perfectly peppery, and the thighs are his favorite part of the chicken. I followed the directions to a tee, and felt like I was in my own Chinese ..."
Feb 13, 2011 on Food.com
"My dad said that this was to die for; my mom called it the best chili she's ever had; and my husband had piping-hot bowls of it for dinner three nights in a row, to the rim! Even my 4 year old wanted to eat it, and that's saying a lot. This is SO going in my Recipe Hall of Fame stash :. Thanks for generously sharing it with the rest of us--you..."
Jan 15, 2011 on Food.com
"Sound great, right up my alley. It seems like it would make way more than 24, though. How many did you actually get? And yes, at what temp do they bake, the standard 350 or more? Anyway, thanks for the recipe :"
Mar 3, 2009 on Food.com
"Sounds good, will give it a try, I've only ever made them with walnuts. But I do think you want PITTED dates, meaning that the pits have been removed. UN pitted means not pitted. Trust me, if one of those pits gets into the blades of the food processor, you're in for a world of trouble"
Jan 31, 2009 on Food.com