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"OMGosh!!! These potatoes were light, fluffy and delicious. Next time, I will use the garlic and onion! These have become the standard fair for Thanksgiving and Christmas!!! Kudos on the find and thanks for the posting"
"Excellent, excellent dark brown gravy. This was a huge hit with the family and friends. Make sure that your pot is big enough when you are making the roux....I should have used my stock pot! Mine spilled over making a huge mess of my stove and I lost about 1/4 of my gravy!!! Hubby raved and raved about the taste, so that is saying a lot! I ..."
"If you like beets...this recipe will rock you! I did add one garlic. Did not have the walnuts but would consider putting them on next time! Thanks Kitten for another winner!!!"
"I was following a recipe that I had found in Pintrest. What tweeked my interest was that you could make this into a Layered Greek Dip with the hummus as the base! The hummus was lacking in the taste department and needed fixing...so I found this recipe and adapted my recipe to this one. I used 1 whole lime juice instead of lemon. upped my garl..."
"You have to like anchovy to appreciate this recipe! I cut the recipe in half and served the salad with grape tomatoes and parmesan cheese. DH and I loved the simplicity of it! I will make this one again and again!!! Thanks for the posting!"
"This is a fast, easy dish that used up a lot of "its and bits" from my cupboards and freezer. I had sourced for a recipe to use up broken lasagna noodles...and just happened to have some ground beef, spaghetti sauce, mushrooms duxelles and Italian mixed cheese sitting in the freezer, so this recipe worked out really well for me. As I ..."
"I got a side of pork...cut it up into 8 slabs and brined it for 4 days....turning it each day so each piece got fully brined. I followed the recipe to a T, but did increase the peppercorns to 1/4 cup. The pork was then smoked using apple wood! Wow and...wow! Was this ever delicious! I will never think to go to regular bacon when I can do this..."
"We quite enjoyed this dish! I made mine with fresh basil, thyme and chives! I just rubbed enough butter on the cob with my hands...so I would probably have enough butter for 8 cobs! I will do this method of cooking cobs again! Kudos on a great find!!!"