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"Found this while looking for gifting recipes, gave it a try and all I can say is "Wow", which is exactly what everyone who tried it said, as well. This is a keeper, holidays or not. I did bump up the vanilla to a full teaspoon, as previously suggested, but that's personal taste, this is a great recipe!
P.S. This has become..."
"Anyone wanting to get in on the ground floor of good, hearty breakfast, the reason you go ahead and bake up 2 batches of biscuits instead of just one, this is as good a place as any to start. As has been noted this quantifies a basic recipe for beginners. Tweaking to personal tastes is easy. I've always liked jowl bacon, for the extra fat or ..."
"As time has passed, I find myself suspicious of "boxes" and "cans", preferring "scratch", whatever that really is. This is a happy exception. I did use a fresh pineapple I happened to have on hand, other than that, boxes and cans turned out delicious."
"It's so often little things like this that make the difference. Like the difference between dry, chewy, unappealing pork and moist, delicious, unbelievably tender pork. Only change I made was subbing "Rooster" sauce for the chili powder, and dredging in flour before frying. Everybody stuffed themselves."
"It DOES mention "water bath" in the recipe, perhaps not specific enough for the beginner. am holding a copy of the Ball Blue Book, our canning bible. It specifies a teaspoon salt per Quart, no added acid, and water bath. I'd say this recipe is safe."
"My mother is 86. She lived during the Depression and truly did "walk miles barefoot on a dirt road" to school. And she knew her way around a kitchen. Now, when she asks me "where did I buy that custard pie I brought over last time?", it means a lot. I had already decided this was it for me, but Moms praise is priceless. As for ..."
"Came across this gem while searching for dishes that could be prepped ahead of time, bagged in their individual components, assembled on sight and cooked in a dutch oven. If you want to see what the phrase "happy campers" is supposed to look, and sound, like, try this one out."
"I have a bone to pick with the chef, can't seem to put the darn thing down. As a retired factory worker forced to change directions by injury, I've approached this cooking thing from an experimental direction, as in "gee, that sounds good, let's try it next." Trouble is, whenever "that" is a Kittencal recipe I al..."
"This is more than a simple recipe, it's a formula allowing one to cook as little, or as much, marmalade as one wants. In addition to this, the finished product is delicious. First time ever making marmalade and it's a rousing success, thank you for sharing.
Just to add. Having recently tried spicy pineapple salsa on cream cheese, I added ..."
"After using this recipe several times with great success, for empanadas, 1 batch got interrupted at the dough stage. Next day, I experimented. Rolled thin, cut into ribbons and dropped into salted water or broth, this make perfectly acceptable noodles or "dumplings" This from a home-made chicken and dumplings fan. Another great Kittencal recipe."