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Those are vintage Jello molds in my profile pic. Probably not what I am supposed to put, but....
Joined: Jan 11, 2010
"So simple and usually have the items on hand.
I have made these twice - once for a children's party and once for a semi-casual dinner party. Both times have been a hit. Everyone is always surprised at how easy these are to make after they've tasted them.
Thanks for sharing!"
Dec 2, 2011 on Food.com
"So easy to make. I made this in my brand spankin' new electric fondue pot. I doubled the recipe, used 2% milk and butter and the vanilla and semi-sweet Baker's chocolate.
A hit at our dinner and will be making this a staple of our partied from now on!
Great rich chocolate flavor, could easily add a liquer to this recipe. Lots of possibili..."
Dec 2, 2011 on Food.com
"This was my grandmother's recipe as well. Well, she got it from a friend. And we always call it "Mrs. Harris' cake"!
I use 1/2 cup vegetable oil and add vanilla. I also do not use cinnamon.
For variety, I also use a sour cream topping - sr cream, sugar, vanilla and add just to the top."
Aug 2, 2011 on Food.com
"Very good filling and very easy. I deleted the dill and added garlic. After reading the warnings about phyllo, I just used some empanada pastry dough we already had. I brushed those with egg and baked for 20 minutes.
My husband loved it. Excellent flavor! Thank you!"
Jul 2, 2011 on Food.com
"Really easy. You could even add to it - corn, more heat, etc.
I subbed rice for the meatless crumbles. I am just not a fan of faux meat. Cooking the rice was an extra step, but didn't add much to the total cooking time. And I used canned Mexican style diced tomatoes, and black beans instead of pinto. Just personal choices.
Very very good, ..."
Jun 26, 2011 on Food.com
"very very good. dh "not hungry" and ate 6! my baby loved just the fish, and my 8 year old loved the tacos too. only difference is i grilled. mmm! planning a dinner with my family and in-laws and will be serving this with ice cold beer. thanks!"
Jan 26, 2010 on Food.com
"Delicious! I ate waaaay too much!I added fresh basil to mine and fresh mushrooms and it was so good! First time to try spaghetti squahs, but now not my last!Just a note to others that had a difficult time cutting in 1/2 - my squash had a sticker on it that said to microwave to soften skin. So I used a fork to puncture a few times and put it in..."
Jan 12, 2010 on Food.com