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"Have made this at least 3 times now. Definitely do not add more salt before roasting! Still quite tasty, but the extra salt on the skin made it inedible, and the skin is my favourite part!"
"A lovely tender roast. I used Coke, not Pepsi, as like another reviewer mentioned, I don't like the metallic aftertaste of Pepsi. And, like a few reviewers, I found this a little bland. I added pepper, and I'd add more next time, as well as Worchestershire sauce.
My crock kicked the bucket, so I used a covered roasting pan at 2..."
"Made a triple batch of this tonight, as I had a surfeit of round steak thrust upon me. Delicious! Everyone enjoyed it. I did not have red wine (darnit!), so I substituted a little red wine vinegar and some beef stock. Like a few other reviewers, I added bell pepper for extra nutrition and flavour.
The only alteration I made was to add ba..."
"Generally delicious. I have made this recipe several times now, and like a lot of chefs, I think it needs onion. About 1/2 - 3/4 cups, minced. I sauté them with the butter right at the beginning. I also do 1/2 milk, 1/2 chicken broth. I use an immersion blender (not utterly pureed, just chunky) just before I add the cheese. And yes, up to 8..."
"You made my husband so happy! He is a U.S. expat, living up here with me in Canada, and misses his Jimmy Dean something fierce.
I actually used a sausage maker and ground the ingredients together. I used pork shoulder. I too did not use MSG. I would recommend, if you're substituting salt, using this method, to try at lea..."
"Absolutely delicious! Not-too-sweet, like the recipe says. Karo syrup is corn syrup, incidentally. I used the 'regular' kind, not light, or dark."
"This was stunning! I was nervous about using an untested recipe for Christmas dinner, but I was not disappointed! I ended up using a 1.5QT casserole dish, and it was the perfect size. There`s a lot of pecans! Even my "What do you mean we aren't using my family's traditional recipe?!?" husband enjoyed it!"
"Enjoyed this so much! Ribs are kind of expensive around here, so I used pork neck bones, and it was amazing! Great to add when saute?ing pork chops, or to make a gravy for a pork roast."