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"Not a very exciting recipe. My family ate it all - nothing wrong with it, but no one was very excited about it. Pretty much it's just pizza toppings with rolls on top of it. I guess I prefer my pizza as, well, pizza, with a pizza crust. It's so easy to make a real deep dish pizza (I got my recipe from this site, that's what I..."
Apr 7, 2013 on Food.com
"OMG, this was amazing!! Any dish that requires simmering 2 sauces at once is not a simple undertaking. The prep took about an hour of continuous work, but it was well worth it. I am not an olive person, so I omitted those, and it was fantastic without them. I recommend some small changes for someone trying out the recipe: I doubles the amount..."
Mar 30, 2013 on Food.com
"Delicious!! This meal was so easy, and frankly isn't the kind of dish that my picky eating teen usually likes, but he came back for seconds. I decreased the ketchup and increased the cranberry sauce. If you want a less sweet version, try decreasing the sugar and increasing the vinegar. Thank you for posting this recipe."
Mar 17, 2013 on Food.com
"We were now bound today and needed a topping for the crockpot hot fudge sundae cake (#41657. I chilled the milk for a good 30 minutes, so it was nice and cold. I beat it with an electric hand mixer. It took quite a while - 6 or more minutes- to reach a soft peak satge and it never progressed further than that. In fact, after adding the honey ..."
Mar 8, 2013 on Food.com
"I just made this recipe for a snowy day's lunch. We had leftover cauliflower from last night - what a perfect use for it! I did find that too much liquid boiled off, and I ended up doubling the chicken stock. I probably used more cheddar than was called for, and I increased the dill. The flavors were wonderful, the texture with the stick blend..."
Mar 7, 2013 on Food.com
"This is a good solid drop cookie recipe if you are looking for the peanut butter chocolate taste. The oatmeal gives these cookies some real heft. They are really not a special occasion or party cookie per se, except for choosing to use m&ms that are your team's colors.
Be forewarned that you really do need a good mixer for the batter: it ge..."
Feb 4, 2013 on Food.com
"I brought these truffles to a new year's eve party and my friends all commented on what an amazing cook I am. Little did they know that these truffles are so easy my teenage sons could do it (in other words, it's very simple, with few steps and almost impossible to mess up ;- . Really, the recipe is a snap and they taste like a million bucks...."
Jan 3, 2013 on Food.com
"These were a lovely and elegant addition to a new years eve party. I was looking for something that people would really notice - something out of the ordinary. These fit the bill. They are festive and yummy, although I thought that the texture was a little soft and they were a little messy to eat. They do not keep very well, so I was very glad..."
Jan 3, 2013 on Food.com
"My family went crazy over this recipe. I did make one change: I added imitation banana extract, which I often do with banana recipes, since the strength of the taste of old bananas can be variable. They were flavorful and a huge hit with the family! Served them with jerk chicken and cuban style rice."
Nov 29, 2012 on Food.com
"Very very good and easy risotto recipe - this is my new basic risotto recipe now! I skipped the saffron and doubled the garlic, it was a big hit. Thanks for posting."
Sep 6, 2012 on Food.com