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"Just WOW! This recipe is the real deal. I halved the recipe and still had enough to freeze for another day. It was a cold and rainy day, which led my decision to spend the day playing in the kitchen. This recipe was the centerpiece of the menu. I started out by grinding my own beef and pork, then followed the instructions to the letter. These real..."
"We loved this mild and moist apple bread. I halved the recipe, which was easily done using an egg substitute. Other than that, I followed the recipe. I think this bread will lend itself to many different additions. I can't wait to try it with dates and pecans. This will be a welcome addition to my Eat Healthy cookbook. Made for the Cook-a-Tho..."
"This is a simply delicious recipe...so simple to make and amazingly tasty. I used Panko (didn't feel like making breadcrumbs) and my homemade ranch dressing. I baked the chicken thighs on a rack, on a foil lined cookie sheet, to drain any grease. I think you could use this light and crispy breading on anything, just by changing the herb and c..."
"I can't believe what a difference the chicken broth made! I've been making "boiled dinner" for 30 years...and I'm such a purist that I never even considered changing my mom's recipe. I used your recipe as a jumping off point. I sauteed 1/8 cups onion in 1 Tbl. of butter, then added the cabbage, chicken broth, a 4 ounc..."
"This Is It! I've been searching for a date nut bread that's similar to my Mom's and I found it in this recipe. It has the denseness, moistness and flavor I remember. I cut the sugar back to a scant 1/2 cup, but that's just personal preference. My bread book said to let the dates soak in the boiling water for 20 minutes and I di..."
"I've used this recipe for both beef and pork roasts since I found it a couple of months ago. We love it. I follow the recipe as is for the beef roast and for the Boston butt I add Old Bay to the salt and pepper and eliminate the wine. I make it from start to finish in my cast iron Dutch oven, turning only once. I roast for an hour per pound a..."
"Absolutely love this recipe! The flavors are well balanced and compliment each other beautifully. I enjoyed the marinade so much that next time I'll marinate the steak 2 hours and use the extra as dipping sauce for the tuna. Doesn't get much better than this. Thank you for sharing."
"Absolutely the best tuna recipe I've tried! The flavors don't overpower the tuna, just enhance it. Made just as posted, which is rare for me. Now let me tell you about the leftovers!!! After shredding what was left, I turned it into the most heavenly tuna salad I've ever had. I'm planning on making an extra steak from now on...."
"Excellent ribs! DH has taken to eating his ribs with the dry rub only and I like them with a light baste of BBQ sauce. This recipe worked for both of us. I did cut back on the heat and was told in no uncertain terms, to make this recipe as written next time. These are already on the menu for next week. Thank you for sharing MommyMakes."
"Although this is similar to the Betty Crocker recipe I've been using for years this one is so much better.
I love the addition of the cheese and the FF onions...and that it's scaled down for two. I did add 1/4 cup chopped onions in with the potatoes and upped the cheese to 1 cup. I baked them at 350 covered for 35 minutes and u..."