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"Very good! I was amazed by the small amount of calories! My whole family devoured it and I'm making more to give away, as our giant zucchini has not been defeated by the recipes!"
Aug 30, 2005 on Food.com
"Great recipe, I used it in pumpkin muffins. However, when I go pumpkin picking this fall, I'll be sure to use it in a pie and maybe some pancakes and pumpkin smoothies! I like the taste of cloves, so I added some, too. "
Aug 23, 2005 on Food.com
"Really, really, good. I have a family of four, but we finished the 6 burgers off anyway. Very good with mustard. Oh, I substituted the onion for a mix of red onion and chives, used lime instead of lemon juice, and Worcestershire sauce for Chicken. Everyone loved em! (Oh, and a few in my family claimed not to like tueky burgers!"
Aug 20, 2005 on Food.com
"Hi, I'm a kid (14 but I cook dinner every night for my family. Tonight we were supposed to have chicken, but we ran out, so I thought we could have linguine with pasta sauce ad turkey meatballs. Even my mom, who was not in the mood for pasta sauce, really enjoyed it, and so did my family and my friend. Thanks! "
Aug 20, 2005 on Food.com
"Really delicious,but I also had to improvise with about 7 stemmed mushrooms, chopped and sliced, and I addded 2 tablespoons of cornstarch mixed with a little water. "
Jul 29, 2005 on Food.com
"I'm only 14 years old, and just started cooking about 6 months ago. This recipe is not for experts! It's super easy, as long as you know how to temper eggs. Made with a half and half mix of one percent and two percent milk, and 2 percent or reduced fat cheddar cheese, it only has 256 calories per serving! My family couldn't tell I use reduced fat ..."
Jul 28, 2005 on FoodNetwork.com
"Absolutely delicious! I'm making this one for all our family get togethers now, along with a delicious pumpkin ice cream pie and maybe the occaisional pecan!"
Jul 8, 2005 on Food.com
"I haven't tried them yet but it could be a good idea to use chocolate graham crackers instead, then sprinkle the graham crackers over the bars like a crunchy topping!"
Apr 27, 2005 on Food.com
"The recipe name doesn't tell anything about it and it seems a little strange. Please change it if you want anyone to actually eat it!"
Apr 20, 2005 on Food.com