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"These are so easy & delicious! Slicing the cucumbers is the hardest part. I used half the sugar & they taste like bread-and-butter pickles my grandma used to make. Great out of the freezer, too. Nice and crispy!"
"Such a wonderful marinade! I wrapped the roast in foil and cooked it in the crock-pot on low with potatoes and zucchini (wrapped separately in foil packets). Wrapped the potatoes in foil and put them on the bottom of the crock-pot, then placed the wrapped roast on top of the potatoes so that it would cook in low, indirect heat. Tucked the foil ..."
"I've never brined a turkey before, but this had so many 5 Star Reviews that I thought I'd try it. I will never cook a turkey without brining it again! This was the juiciest turkey I've ever eaten. It cooked faster than usual - maybe the quick broil at the beginning made the meat start roasting deeper sooner? My only regret is that we made this..."
"This was simple and it tastes good, but is a little grainy and is really stiff when it cools. You'll want to drizzle it while it's still hot, otherwise it's too hard to even spoon out. I had to reheat it to get it to drizzle over cinnamon rolls."
"My sister-in-law made these for her husband's birthday and they disappeared! I had to use mint Oreos and Nutella because my daughter has a peanut allergy, but they're still awesome! Thanks for posting the step-by-step instructions!"
"Taste was good; icing had little flavor. Really didn't do much for me. Wasn't bad, wasn't excellent. I've had much better luck (and received more compliments) with the "Just A Cake" recipe here on Food.com."
"My in-laws gave me a microwave to replace mine that had konked out and I used this recipe to make a 'thank you' cake (since it was made in my present!). ;) My kids (ages 8 & 9) actually did most of the work, which shows how easy it is. All of the chocoholics in the family loved it. Super easy and fast! I baked it for 5 1/2 minutes in the 1100..."
"I cut the recipe in half to fit into my spray bottle, added a dab of Dawn and a few drops of lemon oil. Works great (except for on my mirrors, but I think that was because of the lemon oil!). Love it!"
"We lived in Britain for 4 years and we loved the steak and ale pies! I struggled with handling the pastry crusts, but that was just me being clumsy. I thought the gravy was a bit runny so I thickened it up a bit. I should have used a darker ale than what I had on hand, but this was still very flavorful!"