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"It came as a great surprise to me, but this was actually better the next day.
My noodles took a lot longer to get soft--about 45 minutes--and I had to add more water twice. It also seemed to taste a little bland, even though the cheese I used was extra-sharp cheddar.
But when I took the leftovers out for lunch today, I found that the..."
"These are wonderful, easy pickled onion rings. They go very well with the tomatoes. I also tried them with sliced avocado--again, they were excellent. Thanks for posting. Note: Ellie Kuehn is a character in Joanna Fluke's mystery novels."
"It's possible that this could be easier, but I doubt it! The flavor is excellent, as well. I used the mayo-horseradish combo. Thanks for posting! Note: Mike Kingston is a character in Joanne Fluke's mystery novels about Lake Eden, Minnesota. This recipe appears in her book, "Sugar Cookie Murder.""
"This infused our roast chicken with tons of flavor. It would be excellent for foods cooked on the grill. It makes a lot, though--we had a big roasting chicken and had rub left over. Thanks for posting!"
"Really good meat, with a wonderful, flavorful sauce. You wouldn't know there were anchovies in it if you didn't know there were anchovies in it (if that makes any sense). We served it with rice. Thanks for posting!"
"I didn't use any water; my grated onions were very wet so it wasn't necessary. DH thought they could use more seasoning, but I like the fact that the meat is the predominant flavor, because they can be used in practically any recipe calling for meatballs (we put them in a noodle casserole). Thanks for posting!"
"Unfortunately, we weren't crazy about these. They came out nice and crisp, but the taste was just. . .strange. They were very sweet, but very sour at the same time. They tasted much more tart than the original apples did. They also had a slightly bitter aftertaste. That might have been from the seasonings, which we really couldn't taste. I c..."