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"Oh, wow! This cake is indeed very moist and light. I prepared it with homemade sour cream (http://www.food.com/library/sour-cream-147. The cake is delicious served with tea, coffee, chocolate milk, or just plain milk. I didn't try the icing yet (not enough ingredients on hand, but I'm sure it's just as delicious as Aaliyah&Aaron's mum says. Than..."
Oct 29, 2010 on Food.com
"Tasty, creamy, and not too hot. Thanks for sharing it. Will definitely serve this at diner parties. To make this a VEGETARIAN dish, omit the steak. In its place, add 3 more medium russet potatoes. Put the potato chunks in the crock pot, sprinkle the flour mixture over them, then toss until well coated. Add the remaining ingredients and cook as ins..."
Jun 18, 2010 on Food.com
"This is definitely a recipe I'll be making again and serving to guests. It is very tasty and easy to make, specially if you use a crock pot to prepare it. I followed Jennifer's tip (from New Jersey and threw all the ingredients in a crock pot (except for the butter, cream, and spinach and let them cook till tender. At the end, I added the cream ..."
Jun 15, 2010 on Food.com
"I must agree with Chef Wahoo - his recipe is flavorfull and merits its title. I used bulk "Sprouts Farmers Market" all-natural, semi-spicy Italian sausage (fresh, made daily right at the store. I omitted the red pepper flakes since the sausage already had some. I reserved the cream to add it only when serving the soup at the table. Fill your gues..."
Dec 26, 2007 on Food.com