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"Authentic or not, this recipe makes a yummy steak and cheese sub. We've used sliced steak, Boar's Head roast beef, even Steak-umms; hoagies, lengths of baguette, large wheat tortillas; even quickie versions with just onion powder, garlic powder, S&P, and the provolone. All good."
"The whole family enjoyed this. Even the picky seven year old. I used one whole bulb of garlic which was about 12 or 13 cloves then sprinkled some jarred, chopped garlic (to make it close to 20) on top after putting the seasoned chicken in the crock pot. Jacked the pot up to high for the first 90 min. then backed it down for the remaining amount o..."
"I used the herb combo (no butter, cream cheese, Parm and added salt) to season some home-made whole-milk ricotta that I made. Tastes great just after mixing bet it will be even better tomorrow!"
"Most excellent! Dear Hubby was blown away. This is delicious and easy. I used 1 can of chickpeas/garbanzo beans. ( I used Goya. The label listed the weight as 439 g but after rinsing and draining the beans weighed just under the 300g that the recipe called for.) I also didn't soak the bulgur for the whole hour. I gave it a few minutes on the count..."
"Delicious! I was looking for a basic how-to for oven roasted potatoes and I found a great one. I did a variation though: rendered bacon fat instead of the butter (same ratio)! OMG! Hubby said that the side dish out shone the most excellent pork roast that I served with it. Diners wish their homefries were this good. Will certainly make this recipe..."
"A nice alternative to banana bread. I baked at 350 degrees for 17 minutes. I used the walnuts and also added a dash of vanilla as well as a handful of semi-sweet chocolate chips. I doubled the recipe and 1/3 of my flour was whole wheat. The yield was 6 1/2 dozen."
"This made a beautiful dough! It is a bit sticky to work with but it has a lovely texture. I divided into 3 round pans, baked blind for 5 minutes then topped and put back in the (450F) oven. Thanks for the recipe! Best yet said Hubby."
"Wonderful and quick! No mini chips for me so I used a like amount of chopped raisins, lemon zest and orange extract (out of lemon). The kiddos were clamoring for these as they came out of the oven. Loved them once they were cool. Hubby too. Mine also needed longer in the oven: a total of 14 or 15 minutes. Might not be a traditional scone but a tas..."
"What a find! A great way to use up all of those spotty bananas instead of another loaf of banana bread. I left mine unadorned. It is lovely and sweet enough without any icing or glaze. This cake has a fine crumb and is very moist. I subbed out the almonds and almond liqueur/extract for banana liqueur, vanilla and a drop of orange extract; and adde..."
"This makes a great crunchy topping for breakfast (or just thought of it: on/in the crisp topping of a dessert). I'm going to try adding some cinnamon next time. Also, might try with agave syrup to make it vegan."