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"This is a definate keeper! I sqeezed real lemons for the juice and did one with lemon cake mix and the other with yellow. They were both good, I think I like the lemon the best. I, too, poked holes with a baked potato tester I got from Tupperware years ago, this keeps the glaze from swimming on the bottom of the plate."
May 4, 2011 on Food.com
"I actually bought a 5 lb. roast (5 1/2, expensive cut but it was on sale. Followed the recipe and it was excellent! Will definately add this to my Sunday company recipes! Thanks."
May 4, 2011 on Food.com
"Yes, Miss Daisy, this are fantastic! Only one thing will I change, the amt of salt. They were just a little too salty so I'd suggest starting with 1/2 tsp and working up as needed. In the past I've always just added Henri's Tastee Dressing to my egg yolks and they were excellent. Can't find that salad dressing anymore, so I am so pleased to fi..."
Jul 15, 2008 on Food.com
"Great recipe, very easy. I added more worchestershire sauce and about 1/2 jar of beef gravy that I had, that illimanated the need to thicken at end. Very tasty, will serve over and over."
Mar 24, 2008 on Food.com
"Thank you so much for sharing these!! I've loved the potatoes at Red Lobster for a long time and never been able to get them exactly right until I tried yours. Baked in oven, no foil exactly as written. Will be a favorite at our home and my children's homes."
Feb 17, 2008 on Food.com
"I've been making my hams like this for years. Tips: The brown sugar is entirely unnecessary, as you don't taste it except on 1st piece anyway, therefore, scoring is also unnecessary. The ginger ale takes alot of the salt out of the ham, which is one of the reasons it is so much better tasting. Also, I never use whole ham, I'll use 2 halves 1st..."
Dec 24, 2007 on Food.com
"This is a very good bbq sauce. I followed the recipe exactly and it's tangy and sweet. Love it. It's also a nice basic to doctor up if you want it spicier. I used on pullpork and it was yummy. Thanks! Donna"
Dec 16, 2007 on Food.com
"Thanks, Christine. I made this for my bookclub's meeting and the ladies loved it. They tried to identify everything and that was fun. It's so delicious. I used a regular container of small curd cottage cheese and not quite all of a small cool whip container. Noticed those sizes weren't included. Donna"
Dec 14, 2007 on Food.com
"I've made this recipe for years, except with just mayo for dressing. This was soooooo much better. Took it to a pot lunch today and everyone wanted the recipe, it was fabulous. I didn't use cucumber in mine, I used water chestnuts and I increased to 1 lb. bacon."
Aug 5, 2007 on Food.com
"Loved this!!! I used Splenda for the sugar and it was wonderful."
Mar 7, 2007 on Food.com