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"I gave this recipe 5 stars just because it's easy, it's forgiving (if you don't alter the given cooking technique. I prepared this for last night's dinner, and had plenty to have again tonight. I didn't use the rub to slow cook them in. I used the barbeque sauce I was going to end with. While baking in foil, I did inc..."
Mar 29, 2013 on Food.com
"Excellent combo of spices. When I have apples on hand, I also add a slice to the mix. I also keep this in a "Little Dipper" crock pot during the holidays. I just keep it refilled as necessary. Not only do you get the holiday scent, you also add humidity to your house... just leave the top off the little crock. I'd never thought of "gifting" i..."
Dec 18, 2012 on Food.com
"Thank you for posting this. The only difference in this reccipe and my mom's is that she used "evaporated " milk. Half 'n Half was not around when I was a kid. I still use evaporated milk. This may make a bit of a difference, but the recipe is still the same.....shear comfort food. Also, this can be made into cream of potato and "whatever" so..."
Jun 12, 2012 on Food.com
"I first heard of this recipe, and tried it, several decades ago. Of course, it's not a "cobbler" in the truest since of the word, but its simplicity makes up for that. I used 1 lb. of frozen peaches, and also reduced the sugar to 3/4 cup. Few ingredients, minimal prep time to get into the oven, and taste make it a keeper. Wish I'd added a bit..."
Jun 6, 2012 on Food.com
"No stars, just a comment. I tried this with 1/8 cup liquid smoke, and it was overkill to the point of inedibility. I will make this again with 1/8 tsp. of the smoky liquid. I think it should be more like 1/8 tsp. or perhaps 1/8 Tsp. Ouch, on the liquid smoke! That is some hefty stuff!"
May 30, 2012 on Food.com
"I have been preparing chicken thighs this way for years. I usually use B/S thighs and marinate them in a ziplock for 24 hours before cooking. Recipes just don't get any more simple with such great flavor. Thanks for posting."
May 28, 2012 on Food.com
"Excellent! Made for an afternoon pick-me-up. This was the right choice, and the lime juice did add a unique twist. Like others, I did not use the sugar. This was perfect without it...my fruits were well ripened, an the addition of sugar just didn't seem necessary. This is the right combo, and i can see a future with me using different fruits...."
May 27, 2012 on Food.com
"I baked some chicken breasts today to freeze for future use. I remembered that I had filed this recipe yesterday in my cookbook for Condiments & Sauces. Whipped it up in a flash today and added diced chickden. Rolled it in a tortilla. This made a VERY quick lunch, and it's VERY tasty. I'm going to make up a batch of this to freeze in ice trays,..."
May 16, 2012 on Food.com
"This is an amazing recipe, especially considering how so few ingredients are used. And, the ease of preparation is no less amazing! I did use a zip-lock freezer bag to combine ingredients and marinate the thighs(2 hours. I also added 2tbsp. honey to the mix, as it just seemed to me to be asking for just a touch of sweetness. Next time I will ..."
Apr 29, 2012 on Food.com
"This is indeed an excellent way of preparing corn on the cob, especially for a large number of people. However, for the sake of energy savings, as well as time, try doing this in the microwave. I do mine 3mins. for one ear, 4 mins for 3, etc. My MW is a 900W oven, yours could be 700, 900, or 1000W, so times can vary. There are several recipes ..."
Apr 24, 2012 on Food.com