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"So far, so good! I have very picky two year old twins, who like banana bread, so I'm giving this a whirl to try to get some more whole grains in them. I kept to the recipe with the following modifications: 1/3 c. brown sugar 1/3 c. white sugar (I like the moistness), added 1 tsp. vanilla extract and 1/2 tsp. almond extract. And, I couldn't t..."
"I recently made a big batch of these for a Mexican themed dinner party we were throwing. Great success! I made a two-pound bag's worth of black beans. I soaked the beans for eight hours during the day, then, b/c I didn't know how long they'd take to cook, put them in the crock pot overnight, to ensure they'd be done the following afternoon. I ..."
"This is the second time I've made this pie, and I'm pretty thrilled with the results. I added just a bit of vanilla (1/2 tsp.?) and a tiny squeeze of lemon juice as well. As far as taking more work, I don't really think it matters--it's only about another five minutes, and the results far outweigh that extra time. I would, note, though, that I'..."
"I haven't actually cut into it yet, but by all accounts, I do believe I'll LOVE this one! I'm making a fried chicken dinner tomorrow night for an elderly friend (by request), and thought this would be the perfect treat to end with, especially since peaches are in season. (I used my own pie crust recipe; I always have some on hand in the freezer...."
"I'm a believer! This is my first time trying oven baked--I never believed it could be as good as the labor intensive stovetop--I WAS WRONG! In fact, I'm not sure I'll ever go back to the stove, with this one in my arsenal. I chose this recipe as it was closest to the one I normally do stove-top; the only thing really missing was the mushrooms. ..."
"I didn't read through all 42 other reviews, but this is a keeper! My grandma actually taught this to me--it was my first real recipe, as a 4th grader I think. Anyway, I've never cooked the soup and cheese. And, I've actually found over the years that it's better to just thaw and drain the broccoli first--not to cook it either. It retains more ..."
"I needed to make a bunch of muffins, so I quadrupled the recipe. Turned out awesome. Following some other suggestions, I did adjust the temp. in the beginning, added a bit more baking powder, substituted butter instead of oil, and sprinkled the sugar crystals on top. This recipe will never leave me--I've been looking for a good cranberry orange..."
"We didn't have any ground pork; and I was just making this for my husband and I, so: I used 1 tsp. 5-spice powder, 1 1/2 tsp. oil, 2 TBS. chopped shallot, 1 small garlic clove, 1 1/2 TBS. soy, (I forgot the sugar), and 1 tsp. siracha. I pretty much followed the directions for the ground pork, but used 1/2 pork tenderloin sliced thin to saute ins..."
"I volunteer at a boys' group home every week, and they got this dish for dinner tonight; everyone loved it! Thanks for sharing. I did add: chopped onion, frozen peas and carrots to the gravy, all of which I sauted lightly before adding. This dish takes me back to my childhood for sure--will definitely make it again!"
"I recently used this in a baby shower cake--my friend specifically requested raspberry filling. It was delish! I read the review before and added an extra tbls. of cornstarch--didn't think it was totally necessary. When I make it again, I'll use one-and-a-half tablespoons for a happy medium. I layered the raspberry with a cream filling to make..."