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"Julesong, Sorry did not do much for me, I think , if I try again will add some garlic powder as others had.It could be the Zucchini used was not from the garden but the supermarket, and not the correct time of the year...Don"
"Col Sanders,I had a venison roast to prepare and searched for an idea..Yours stood out from all that I looked at ,there were 55 posted..I used the copycat onion soup mix as my rub and followed your direction..It turned out very well..I would certainly do again the same way...Hope that others will try,regards Don"
"Evelync,Made this last week,had some Meyer lemons to use up,and thought I would try this method...The lemon part worked out fine and it was very tasty,perfect...I did have a bit of a problem with the merinque,as did some of the other reviewers,so I added a quarter teaspoon of cream of tartar....it still was not perfect,so will look again for a me..."
"BecR,Made these yesterday and due to the reviews following the recipe I added one half teaspoon of baking powder and hand peeled the lemon scraped the pith off of before adding to the processor..altough they did not rise as most as some muffins the taste was great..I do think that perhaps a measurement to the amount of lemon would help as some cou..."
"Spatchcock.....WOW..WOW...WOW... This was great,I lookled at a few others on Zaar and picked yours,glad I did,.I did have a concern with the 1 teaspoon only of cocoa,as others called for 1 or more tablespoons..did use a heaping teaspoon,and only had about one and a half ounces of red food couour,but the colour of the cake was fantastic.I used a n..."
"Rachie P,,,Made these recently,and enjoyed,very tasty.I did have to add a bit more butter to make dough a bit softer,perhaps ,as I have been told the Canadian flour milled a bit different than the American flour. Needed to watch closely the baking time so as not to brown bottoms too much...Will prepare and make again,glad you posted...Don"
"Chicopee,Not sure where Highland Park is but really enjoyed this chowder,I made it as written and will certainly remake,this indicates a winner for me.The dish looks great,with the red and green peppers,and the taste is subtle,yet interesting....thanks for the post.....Don......."
"Two Socks....I prepared your dish recently,and enjoyed it...As some other reviewers mentioned the melding of the sauce tied together well.I think next time I may add some grated fresh ginger to bring it up a bit,I love the ginger flavour.I may also cut the chicken more in large cubes rather that the strips,as they had to be cut to eat anyway.Thank..."
"Ladypit,I made this on New Years Day and we all enjoyed it,I was looking for something different to serve with what we had.I will make this again.This is always a sign that it was enjoyed.....Don"
"GaylaV,I did this Sunday,and enjoyed it ,thanks to you and the Sask Pork Ass'n.Did not have any brie on hand and used blue cheese,a bit overpowering,but still worked well.I used baby spinach,and pounded my tenderloin a bit to make it a bit easier to stuff,and close up..Will centainly do again,always a good sign for me.Don"