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"Wow! I love a creamy baked mac and cheese, and so many you eat at pot luck dinners are dry and tasteless Not this one. I made it exactly as directed, except I did put in about 1 tsp of spicy brown mustard when I added the cheeses. .I also put some buttered panko bread crumbs on top before baking. This is "my" signature mac and chees..."
"Goodbye, powdered onion dip! No need for you any longer. I diced the onions, and added minced garlic to the pan about 2-3 min before the onions were done. Loved this dip."
"Ah, the memories!
I used to make this in my mis-spent youth and here it is again. I just made up a batch. This recipe is extremely versatile, and I don't really see a way to mess it up.
I used Canadian Club, and probably used 3 cups. I didn't add any water, and decreased the sugar to about a half cup. O..."
"The photos were particularly helpful, especially the one where it showed the difference between a variation of this recipe ("ice cubes") and regular water. Knowledge is power! My soups will be so much better from now on."
"I used spicy Italian sausage, and this was very easy, tasty, and filling. I scaled the recipe in half, used a 1-1/2 qt oval casserole dish, and it would have adequately served 4 people.
Clearly, with a nice homemade sauce it would have been 5 stars, but as an easy weeknight dish, it was really good."
"Loved it, but this garlic lover had to tweak it. When you flip the steak, add some chopped garlic. When its done (be careful not to burn the garlic) plate the steak, scraping out the garlic/butter mixture over the top of the steak.
Great! Not sure if its better than grilled, because I love me a good grilled steak. But really close wh..."
"I wanted to adore this recipe, but as written I found it just so so. I admit to loving spicy curries, so I had to adjust a good bit. I wound up using about 1-1/2 Tablespoons of curry powder, plus about 1/4 tsp cayenne, PLUS a good Tablespoon of a spicy Vindaloo curry paste. Even then it was only mildly spicy for me.
I love the fact it's v..."