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"We doubled this recipe straight up. Very bland! (I will say, I am from the south and we like our foods rich. Needed much more salt, pepper, thyme, etc. Also a little thin for our taste. I added 1 can of tomato paste for the whole double batch. Little better after that. Also needed more time. Carrots and potatoes were still tough after the 6hrs l..."
Nov 13, 2009 on Food.com
"SUPER CHILI! I have made chili dozens of different ways and this is my favorite. I love the flavor the ,ground, pork sausage adds. I have always been a little easy to substitute for black beans. I just don't like them that much. But, I figured with all the other ingredients they wouldn't be over-powering. I was so right. I wouldn't change a thing ..."
Feb 13, 2008 on Food.com
"Super easy! Great tasting! I didn't look at all the reviews before making and wasn't too sure what the "1/2 bag" of powdered sugar was. I knew it wasn't 1/2 the bag I had on hand, 7lbs! So I just added until it looked right. Ended up a little stiff, but still tasted great. A good start would be a 1lb. box of powdered sugar. Might be just right and..."
Feb 13, 2008 on Food.com
"I made this cake as some before have. No fudge cake layer and no ganache frosting. Much more simple and excellent. Have had many request for the same cake again and again."
Aug 23, 2007 on FoodNetwork.com
"These are the best brownies ever! I have had friends and people from work tell me these are better than any upscale deli brownies. Rich and gooie! Excellent alone or awesome with a scope of ice cream to tone down the richness. A true "hurt yourself" brownie because you just can't stop."
Jun 14, 2005 on FoodNetwork.com
"Excellent alternative to fatty deep fried pototoes. Excellent taste and great, unexpected, crispyness. Will be grilling fries all summer!"
May 24, 2005 on FoodNetwork.com