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"Amazing...I have never cooked roast in my life, I am not much of a gravy fan or red meat fan, but I cooked this roast for my family for an early Canadian Thanks-Giving dinner...and I must say EVERYONE loved the roast, we had one small slice left, and I believe it was left because people were too shy to eat the last piece. Thank you for a great eas..."
Oct 10, 2010 on Food.com
"WOW is really all I have to say. I made a few changes: I used Vegan shortening that had 0 trans fats. I wasn't sure if the shortening will still have the same effect (higher melting point = the cookie doesn't get hard and remains fluffy - it worked the cookies came out fluffy, chewy, and just perfect. I used only 1/2 cup of brown sugar (as some r..."
Jul 21, 2010 on Food.com
"Amazing! tasted great! I used only 8 cups of popcorn instead of 12 as in the recipe, and was worried that the caramel was going to be too much, but it was amazing, every corn was covered.......LOVE it. I used semi-sweet chocolate, added, dried cranberries, pecans, almonds and walnuts.....WOW...thank you for posting...can't wait for an occasion so ..."
Apr 7, 2010 on Food.com
"Absolutely amazing. I used Garden Herb Cheddar Cheese sticks and regular non-seasoned breadcrumbs. I also substituted soy milk for regular milk (made no difference to the taste. OMG they tasted amazing, they took no time to prepare and even less time to fry. Thank you for posting P.S. I tried to place this review before, but found it was not a..."
Apr 5, 2010 on Food.com