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"OMG YUM!!! These were sooo good! I also let the kitchenaid do all the kneading for me. I think next time I will make more icing, though. Thanks for posting this, you have made my husband a very happy man."
"This is very delicious. There are only 2 of us, so I freeze the rest & reheat. I made the recipe from the cookbook and made polenta from scratch as follows:2.5 cups whole milk3 cups watersalt1.5 cups cornmeal for polenta2 TBSP unsalted butter1 garlic clove, mincedblack pepperBoil water, milk, 2 tsp salt. Slowly pour in cornmeal, stirrin..."
"This was quite yummy! & easy! I also used sesame instead of canola oil, mirin instead of sake, & sesame seeds instead of cilantro. But the shiitakes were wonderful in this! Definitely will be a repeat around here."
"I made a double recipe (one 9x13 for us, & 2 9x9s for a friend). I used 1/2 italian sausage & 1/2 hamburger for the meat & added one small bag of fresh spinach, chopped to the ricotta mix. I also ended up using 5 jars of sauce for a double batch. They turned out excellent, can't wait to eat the 1/2 I froze."
"I have made this twice now (once while camping). It is very good. I like the way the flavors meld together. A wonderful hearty dinner. I did not use a crock pot, however. I browned the pork in a little bit of oil, then throw everything in & simmer for about an hour with 1 cup broth added instead of 5 as we prefer thicker stews."
"This was excellent! Exactly what we were looking for. I think that this is better than any pork bulgogi we have had out. Spicy, but not overpowering. I made a doubled everything (except the yellow onion) and it turned out great. I thought we would have it for 2 dinners, but it was so good there was only one lunch portion left. Thank you!"
"Yummy! I had to make a couple of substitutions based on what I had around:a little less eggplant (from my garden and the others were not ready)brown sugar for caster sugargarlic for shallotsno bamboo shootsno cilantroI also used a little bit less stock to make the sauce on the thick side.The eggplant were delicious! My husband finished th..."
"These were very good. I used blue cornmeal for a red, white, & blue 4th of July appetizer and it turned out very well. Thanks for the recipe, it was very easy to make!-I cooked mine for about 10 minutes"