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"I added some garlic powder and left the onions out so I could give the dogs any leftovers. (Onions are fatal to dogs.)
We like our casseroles "saucy" and I was afraid this would be dry, so I added a can of beef gravy. I mixed the beef, beans and gravy together, topped with Colby Jack cheese, put potatoes on top w..."
"This was soooo good!! I had two cups of left over chicken broth in the fridge, so used this instead of water. Took the lid off the pot for the last 5-6 minutes to thicken up the sauce. Thanks for another great recipe!!"
"We LOVE this recipe. I used two cans of tuna and added about 1/3-1/2 cup of half and half since we like our casseroles "saucy". Thanks Tara!!"
"We (four adults) thought the wings were very bland. I had no sesame oil but otherwise followed the recipe exactly. i marinated the wings for 4 hous before cooking. Maybe it was the ponzu sauce which made it bland? It was a disappointment as we all love wings."
"I'm a big pot roast fan and this was just absolutely great! My 18 year old grandson said it was the best he had ever had, and I agreed. I did leave out the celery as I felt it just didn't go with potroast, but otherwise followed the recipe. Thanks MizzNezz!!"
"I grew up in Pittsbugh/Aspinwall/Blawnox area. Bard's in Aspinwall and Islay's in Blawnox both made this ham barbecue sandwich. Brought back great memories. Both stores made a simplified recipe of this sandwich.
Shaved Chipped chopped ham (sliced VERY thin), Heinz's ketchup and Nances Chili Sauce to taste. ..."
"I've made this several times, but forgot to rate it!! Loved this!! I live in the "Snow Capital" of the U.S. so can't grill out in the winter time with four feet of snow on the back deck. So I baked it in the oven at 400 degrees for about 12-15 minutes. Served with steamed asparagus and smashed new potatoes with garlic. Qui..."
"I did make a few changes. I used about 6ounces of macaroni, instead of the whole pound. Made in a 12" cast iron skillet. I also used a lot more scallions. After I got everything mixed together, it looked dry, so I added a 15 ounce of tomato sauce, topped it off with French's fried onions and popped into the oven for about 8-10 minutes to brown..."