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"Very good! My husband loved it. I made the whole recipe, although we could only eat one apiece. I'm looking forward to trying the other two cold. Well done, FT."
"Ok. This was great. And boy, did I not do it right. I was CERTAIN I had chili sauce to use in place of the ketchup. WRONG-O! I had cocktail sauce. I put it in anyway. Delish! The curry powder adds another dimension. I used 1 whole tsp. Served it over garlic bread that I get from a local watering hole here on my island."
"Great! We are barbecue snobs, and my DH has always insisted on my homemade sauce. I sneaked this one in on Father's Day to go with his slow smoked ribs. A huge hit! Thank you very much! Another sauce in my BBQ arsenal!"
"This is so good! I halved the recipe, except for the ham mixture. Very easy and really delish! I can hear the (tiny bit of) leftovers calling to me from the icebox:)"
"Very good! I omitted the dill and quadrupled the parm. They freeze beautifully, and all I have served them to loved them. Plus, fun to make!"
"I took these to a Hallowe'en party. Everyone loved them! The flavor was great. Here is the problem I had: Cooking the ribs at 375 seemed too high to me, and an hour did not seem long enough for really tender ribs. So I put the ribs in a 350 oven, and planned to roast a little longer. The glaze began burning about 15 mins into it. So I changed the ..."
"Very good! I made this last night for out Super Bowl party and everyone loved it. I subbed fresh mint leaves for the coconut. I felt it needed a bit of color and the mint worked very well."
"Very good! After saut�ing the chicken I deglazed the pan with chicken broth and used creme fraiche rather than whipping cream as that's what I had on hand. The consistency of the sauce was excellent."
"Oh, Dear. I made this dressing to go on a salad with sliced steak, greens, tomatoes and green onions. I made it exactly except put in only 1 tablespoon of sugar rather than 3(!). It was still FAR too sweet. No wonder children like it! It was like candy! My teeth almost fell out before I went into a diabetic coma! Ketchup has a lot of sugar to begi..."