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"I just bought the Cuisine At Home CD of all of their issues since they started publication and was looking for an unusual soup for my husband's Soup Monday at work. He's getting a reputation for 'odd' soups. This one looked promising. We made it exactly as is (original recipe used kosher salt) with mustard greens (although I..."
"I ended up using 2 cups of vegetable stock and simmering for an additional 10 minutes to cook the bulgar past the 'crunchy' stage. Flavor was great but I would caution less than a pinch of cayenne if you don't like heat on your tongue. I actually have a 1/16th measuring spoon (which is considered a pinch) and it was a tad too much..."
"Can't give more than one star to a 'recipe' that uses canned gravy when homemade is just too easy to make. :("
"These are fabulous cookies *BUT* I gave it one star because they're just impossible to get right. Do not follow directions and try to spread them out with a spatula. These little suckers will triple in diameter even when spread out just to the size of a quarter. This is a Nestle's Tollhouse recipe by the way. They do peel right off t..."
"Thanks for the recipe! I've been buying mine at the store because I just don't have the time to make my own, but hopefully (one day), I'll bite the bullet and hope they come out right!"
"I switched out the American Cheese for Sharp Cheddar and Swiss Cheese (about 4 oz of swiss in the single recipe) for more flavor and doubled the recipe. There is no way the original recipe would have fed 8 people...even doubling it would not do that. Also, instead of holding back cheese to sprinkle on top, I browned some plain bread crumbs in ..."
"I think my wings must've been larger because I ended up doubling the spices and mixing them with 3 cups of panko crumbs for 15 wings. I also had to bake them for 25 minutes on one side, flip them and then another 25 minutes on the other side...but they were perfect!"
"I didn't have 4 1/2 hrs so I took one reader's suggestion and increased the temp to 300 deg F. It took 3 1/2 hrs to get them fork tender. Since the baking sheet had about 1/4" liquid on it, I put a layer of foil on a clean baking sheet and flipped each rack onto it with the help of my son holding the clean baking sheet. I slathered on over a cu..."