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"Wow, this is the best cornbread that I have ever made! I have a grain mill so I ground my own cornmeal from popcorn kernels and it was a finer grind than commercial cornmeal. I also tweaked the recipe a bit like other reviewers, with 3/4 c. cornmeal, 1 1/4 c. flour and 1 tsp. salt. My only complaint (very minor) is that they didn't brown as ..."
"Very yummy! I used five pounds of baby red potatoes, which I boiled whole and then cut up, adding salt to taste. In additon to the green onion I also added a small red onion, very finely chopped. I used mayonnaise instead of Miracle Whip. I baked it in a 9" x 13" pan for 45 minutes and served it hot. I can't wait to have the leftove..."
"I made these for Christmas this year and loved them! They taste even better after they age a few days. I also re-rolled my cookies in the sugar mix later on. The only thing I did differently was to add a tablespoon of cornstarch to the bottom of my cup when measuring the flour. It makes the cookies more tender and we prefer them that way. Also toa..."
"Fabulous! I love this Applebees salad. I do it the easy way and buy a tub of mixed salad greens and also use pre-cooked chicken from the grocery store. I like rice noodles better than chow mein noodles because I think they have a better texture. They are usually sold right next to the chow mein noodles in the grocery."
"Fabulous! We really enjoyed these. I used more onion (2 medium) and added 2 shredded carrots, some chopped fresh parsley and a full 2 teaspoons black pepper to the filling mix. Since I used a lot of black pepper, I omitted the cayenne. I used packaged shredded cabbage sold as slaw mix to save time. This recipe is going to be a regular at my house!..."
"I used this as a topping for my peach cobbler and it was excellent. The only changes I made were to add a spoonful of sugar and a few gratings of fresh nutmeg. It made a very tender, flavorful topping which I will definitely use again. Thanks!"
"This was very good, but I think if I make it again I would add 1/2 teaspoon of almond extract to enhance the flavor, and a few drops of red food coloring to brighten the color of the filling. We usied fresh picked tart cherries. I also had problems with the filling leaking under the crust, so be sure you build the sides up high enough to avoid thi..."
"Nice flavor in this bread! It does need some salt (I added 2 tsp.). I thought the texture was a bit off--slightly too crumbly for a yeast bread. I will definitely make it again."
"Fabulous pie! I used brown sugar in the filling and also added a teaspoon of vanilla. My apples were Cortlands, fresh picked from the tree in my yard. They are a jucier apple than Granny Smiths, so next time I think I'd add a bit more thickener. I peeled my apples and cut them in small chunks. Baked the pie for the first 30 minutes on the lowest r..."
"My family loves this too, and we have been making it for 40+ years. It is quick and easy to make and very satisfying. The only thing we do different is to use an 8 oz. package of cream cheese."