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"OMG! These are sooo good! They really really really taste like traditional fries! I will absolutely make these again. Very satisfying! A coworker and I have both made this recipe in the last week. The only traumatic part is peeling the squash. I mis-read the recipe and thought the cooking time was 20 minutes total and realized they need..."
Sep 23, 2009 on Food.com
"Oh WOW! This brings me straight back to my childhood and those chockfull of sugar Creamsicle popsicles which are no longer an option for me. It's dead on. I made this after a bad day and I was completely refreshed!"
Jan 13, 2009 on Food.com
"Wow! I can't say enough. This is quick, satisfying, most definitely bread and low carb! I've made it twice in a week following the recipe exactly and am hooked. In my aging 1000 watt microwave it takes 1 minute 10 seconds. Next I will try variations like parmesan & garlic or herbs. This is a fantastic jumping off point. I can see that will a..."
May 29, 2008 on Food.com
"Wow! This is fantastic chicken. From the reviews, I wasn't sure how well this would turn out but I knew that at the very least the chicken would be fall off the bone. I didn't modify the recipe other than to add salt and fresh ground black pepper to the chicken. The 3.5 pound chicken was on low for 5 hours then 45 minutes at 350 to crisp the sk..."
Mar 9, 2008 on Food.com
"I'm trying to increase my intake of legumes and this is a good way to do it. This tastes great hot and cold (as leftovers. Not sure about the texture though, I might have slightly overcooked them. Next time I'll pay more attention to the timer. This seasoning blend will be reused elsewhere (thinking chicken breasts, pita chips, sweet potato wed..."
Jan 21, 2008 on Food.com
"This was the star of my Christmas morning breakfast. I have to admit I watched it very cautiously I will definitely be making this again - and again. Next time, I'll try the chipotle pepper. Modifications: Fresh cracked pepper and brown sugar only. The bacon was placed on a rack above a foil-covered tray."
Jan 5, 2008 on Food.com
"This was part of my Christmas dinner. I chose it because it could be prepared in advance and reheated at the last minute. Preparation was a breeze with my food processor. It was gobbled up in a hurry. Three of us gobbled most of the casserole. Modifications: 2% milk instead of skim. In the future I will use less butter because there was a..."
Dec 26, 2007 on Food.com
"This recipe was part of my Christmas dinner. It was a hit. I was told in no uncertain terms that it was a keeper and that I had to make it again. Modifications: No fresh rosemary on hand and I was afraid powdered rosemary would burn so I subbed dried oregano. I reduced the olive oil to about 3 tbsp following reviewer recommendations. Also si..."
Dec 26, 2007 on Food.com
"I've tried these twice now - once with red potatoes (low starch and once with russets/IDAHOs. They come out much better with russets. I only had extra large eggs so I used only one.Also, leaving the batter sit for 10-15 minutes (as with pancake batter makes these little darlings light and fluffy. These are part of my permanent roster and th..."
Jul 18, 2007 on Food.com
"This was what I was craving! As someone (Regina suggested, I subbed hot smoked paprika. To experiment, I split the wings between two roasting trays, one using butter and the other PAM. Both were equally crispy. The tray with the butter had more fat to drain but was easier to clean : I *will* be making this again."
May 1, 2007 on Food.com