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"Very tasty and quick. I had fresh pineapple available and used about two cups tight packed. I'd use more garlic if you want a strong garlic presence; it was barely discernible using the recipe amount. Will make again."
"Very tasty and easy. I did omit the jalapeno, substituted a dash or two of Frank's hot sauce for the cayenne and added a tablespoon of Asian fish sauce. Served it in a bowl over a heaping spoonful of rice. Definitely a make again."
"Nice balance of flavors. Moist without being soggy. I formed a 6x6" loaf about 2 1/2" thick in the center of an 8x8" pyrex pan. This took about 70 min to reach 160 deg internal temp. My teenage daughter, who dislikes most meat dishes, liked this a lot.
PS: My daughter is gluten intolerant (horrible migraines and gastric distress) so I sub crus..."
"This really is very good. Most of the mayo recipes I'd tried didn't have a good "bite" but this is just sharp enough with a clean flavor. Very easy to make in a quart jar with a stick blender. I did not find it too salty at all ( be sure to use level teaspoon measures ;-) )."
"Excellent! I didn't have cream available so substituted an equivalent amount of sour cream. Worked very well. This is a keeper."
"Excellent. I do recommend adding the juice of a lime. Just brings a little added brightness to it. (I grew tomatillos for the first time this year and can't believe how many a single plant can produce.)"
"Simple but elegant and tasty recipe. I can never leave anything alone, though, so I added a couple tablespoons of cream at the finish. I used dried basil as it was all I had (putting in a plug for LiteHouse freeze dried herbs, nothing better short of fresh)"
"My daughter is wheat sensitive (triggers migraine and cramps). This recipe tastes wonderful and is one of her favorites. I split the dough into two baguettes using a baguette loaf pan (very helpful in keeping their initial shape). The recipe seems to work well with brown rice flour or a mix of white and brown."