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"Wonderful recipe to have for family and friends. Preparing it the night before serving helps cut down on time involved whether you're lounging around, or starting a busy day. Never a problem with leftovers when you serve this. It's been one of my favorites for many years.Thanks for sharing, Melinajane. "
Sep 21, 2004 on Food.com
"This recipe deserves five stars. I have a recipe similar to this one that I've used for years, and it's a GREAT recipe. Just remember to put those hot, filled jars in a hot water bath and process them for the time required for your altitude. The FDA has changed it's rules over the last several years, so for safety sake, we need to follow them. "
Aug 31, 2004 on Food.com
"Great recipe gbmom!I've been considered a bona fide chocoholic for years, so I prepare this same recipe and "kick it" a bit by adding 1 cup Nestle's Quik chocolate drink mix and 1/4 cup Kahlua to the Cool Whip. "
Jun 25, 2004 on Food.com
"Comment: I've seen a variation for this recipe that suggests toasting the broken noodles in the oven along with the sliced almonds and sesame seeds. ="
Jun 20, 2004 on Food.com
"I was happy to see this salad recipe posted. It's been one of my favorite Jell-o salads for years. It's always a hit at family gatherings, pot-lucks and picnics. My recipe includes 1/2 cup chopped pecans, so you might want to try that addition. Thanks for sharing this recipe, Dot."
Jun 17, 2004 on Food.com
"And wouldn't it be amazing if we could see where these recipes go as they are handed around? In 1990, a friend sent me a page from a magazine (about country singers, with some sour dough recipes on it. On the other side of the page was basically the same recipe as this one. The spices have been tweaked, in fact I added a tsp. of dried basil mysel..."
Jun 16, 2004 on Food.com
"Isn't this a wonderful recipe? My version uses a 3 oz box of instant butterscotch pudding instead of vanilla pudding, and pecans but not raisins. To avoid bad language, I prepare it in an angel food cake pan instead of a bundt pan. Thanks for sharing, Bert."
May 28, 2004 on Food.com
"Another "keeper" that's been in my recipe stash for 20 years. Honey mustard and barbeque sauce are two more sauces that compliment this recipe. I like to make these hors d'oevours into one inch balls, since they puff up a bit when they bake. Whatever the occasion, these always disappear quickly when they are served. Heed Zanna's words and use a..."
May 28, 2004 on Food.com
"Tigerjo well deserves an A for this recipe. I don't have an exciting story about the same recipe I have had for about 15 years, but I do know it's a great recipe. It's a quick cheesecake without the hassle of a springform pan. I eventually doubled the recipe and use a 9 x 13 pan so we'd have more to go around. Thanks Tigerjo, it's one of my al..."
May 27, 2004 on Food.com
"This recipe was known as "Chocolate Mayonnaise Cake" in the 1950's. I've never heard the $100 story before. It's a wonderful, moist chocolate cake. I bake it in a 9 X 13 pan, and frost with chocolate buttercream. I wish I had $100 for each one that I've baked. = "
May 21, 2004 on Food.com