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"Made this for dinner tonight. Everything was very good, but the shrimp mixture was overly dry. Next time I'll add more chicken broth/lemon juice. The grits were perfect and we have plenty of them left over."
"This was very good. I doubled the broccoli, added an additional 1/2 cup of mayo, a 1/2 cup of pine nuts, and 1/2 cup raisins. No need to add more sugar since the raisins are sweet. This was delicious, thanks for posting."
"This is fantastic. Cutting the potatoes into quarters or eighths makes them more manageable, other than that I didn't change a thing."
"This recipe was featured in Southern Living 1994 Annual Recipes. It has a nice zippy flavor without being overly sweet. We enjoyed it with the green chile-cornbread dressing also featured in the book. I prefer it chilled."
"have a 1.5 quart electric ice cream maker. It works best when the ingredients are ice cold so after step 7, I put the liquid in the freezer for 15 minutes. The ice cream was perfect!!"
"I added 2 celery ribs and 2 carrots and sauteed them with the onion. Then I added the diced potatoes and 1 cup chicken stock. Once the potatoes were soft, I used the potato masher to mash about half of the mixture. This gave the soup a thicker teture without using flour. Towards the end, i added 1/4 teaspean of tumeric and a dash of hot sauce...."
"This was good. I made substitutions the next time I made it. I used two boxes as shells and cheese, doubled the tuna, and added a tablespoon of Jamaica-me-crazy seasoning. I skipped the mayo entirely. Delicious!"