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"Great recipe. I didn't use peas but I did add some diced green pablano peppers to the onion and garlic saute. Big hit at dinner, my neighbor had multiple servings of the rice. The recipe's a keeper."
"Recipe turned out great! I will be making this and a version with anise flavoring as Christmas presents for my friends on a gluten-free diet."
"The first time I made this I used a slightly smaller oblong pan than the recommended 9 x 13. The result was an undercooked cake BUT it was still delicious. I made it again using a 9 x 13 pan and it turned out great. Lots of sugar throughout this recipe but the folks at work didn't complain. Thanks for a great recipe."
"The pie/crisp was delicious. Really, it's a pumpkin pie with a crisp topping. I only used half the amount of crisp i prepared. The pie top would not hold anymore! Taste was really good. I brought the leftovers into work and the stuff was gone in an instant! People with sweet tooths would love this."
"I like brined chicken so i thought i'd try this with a pork loin, since pork loin roast can easily turn out dry. Nice results BUT I brined my 4.5lb. roast for two hours, not the eight hours called for in the recipe. I also preheated my oven to 450 degrees and cooked the roast for about 15 minutes initially and then turned the temperature down to..."
"Great recipe! I had frozen peaches from the summer before and they were quite juicy. I thought,"I don't know about all this liquid" but the cobbler turned out great! I threw in some blueberries in the fruit mixture at the last minute and that was just fine. Thanks for a keeper of a recipe!"
"This recipe tasted like the German "bretzen" I remember eating everyday during a vacation to Munich. The water bath is a pain but absolutely necessary to get that pretzel texture."
"I would cut out the parsley and NOT use olive oil. The olive oil made the artichoke leaves greasy and unpleasant to handle after a while.The artichokes tasted great, otherwise."
"Delicious recipe, a definite keeper! The prep time in the recipe is underestimated. I did not use the 3 Tablespoons of salt called for; I sprinkled coarse salt lightly over the meat. I did not bother tying the meat with twine. I used the less expensive white button mushrooms instead of cremini. The sauce, the mushrooms and the meat were delici..."