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"Very Good and fairly healthy. I used fresh bread crumbs soaked in chicken stock and milk because most reviews said they were dry.They came out very nice and were gone in no time. Thank you tomsawyer for sharing your recipe with us."
Jul 21, 2009 on Food.com
"Hi Mille,I knew right away what you meant by 'thermostat'. I worked at The Brentwood Lodge in South San Francisco and we would eat this if someone sent it back having ordered the wrong dish or not liking it, and that did happen, but not too often. I fell in love with this recipe.The correct terminology is:Lobster Thermidor, but it tastes j..."
Jul 26, 2008 on Food.com
"Excellent and easy recipe.Thank you Charlotte J. for posting this on zaar.I only added cinnamon and a little more sugar. I like them sweet. I put butter and real maple syrup on them and they were gone in a flash. My dad was impressed and said they were good. My 24 year old son is visiting us and he liked them too.I was lazy this morning and ..."
Mar 28, 2008 on Food.com
"Very good Mercy,I had to double the recipe because I had a 32+ oz. can of Hominy. That's OK, I like to share with my friends. I added garlic, ham and pepper jack cheese to this recipe and the results are very good. I put some cheese on top too soon so it got a little dark but still tasted real good.-chef stevo"
Feb 27, 2008 on Food.com
"Wow Pierre,Irma really knew how to make a sauce. I had all these dried peppers leftover from when I made tomales and now I know what to do with them. This is an excellent sauce."
Feb 22, 2008 on Food.com
"Wow KPD, this is great.I added Nacho Cheese Sauce, Pepper Jack Cheese and Salsa to the mix. I served my dad his dinner and by the time I got to the table with mine his was almost gone. He usually eats real slow but not this time."
Feb 21, 2008 on Food.com
"Thank you DiB's for this recipe.I was out of mayonnaise today and decided to make some for a macaroni salad. This is a great recipe. I used olive oil and added minced garlic, cayenne pepper, balsamic vinegar and white pepper and it turned out great, after I made it for the sixth time. I would end up everytime with a broken mess as Miraklegirl di..."
Aug 29, 2007 on Food.com
"Thank you Iowahorse for posting this recipe. I am going to a Cajun Food New Years party and this used most of the ingredients that I had ordered from Poche's market on the web. I substituted pork and crawfish sausage for the tails. I had smoked alligator and pork sausage and smoked andouille sausage and a little chaurice sausage. I didn't have a c..."
Jul 17, 2007 on Food.com
"Nana Lee these beans are so awesome. This is my first time making home made Boston Baked Beans. I will never buy Bush's Baked Beans again. I did stud the onion with cloves and used Splenda Brown Sugar. I also added cayenne pepper, a smoked pork hock, bacon (I didn't have salt pork and seasoning salt. I didn't have to add any water through the six..."
May 29, 2007 on Food.com
"Thank you for posting this recipe Tabitha Lynn. This sauce was so good and HOT! I rubbed Cajun spices on chicken wings and marinaded them in buttermilk and chopped garlic the night before and sprinkled some home made poultry seasoning on them before putting them on the grill. I followed the recipe exactly except I used Balsamic vinegar and Splenda..."
May 29, 2007 on Food.com