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"I found this recipe almost 10 years ago on this site and never rated it until now! (I'm sorry!!) I love, love, LOVE this recipe. It is a go-to favorite recipe and a definite "keeper." Thank you so much for posting it. These chimichangas are incredibly easy to make, are adaptable to taste, and they always come out fabulous. :)"
"This turned out perfectly! I used arborio rice, and the only change I made was to add a little salt during the first 15 min of cooking time. Will definitely use this again! Thanks for posting :)"
"I made this recipe last night and we loved it! In fact, I think these may be the best lima beans I've ever eaten. The tang of the red onions was a nice addition. (I added a little more than 1/3 cup.) Bacon crumbled in at the end provides a nice crunch and (obviously) great flavor. I will definitely be making this recipe again-- it's fast, easy, & ..."
"Loved this. I didn't have fresh thyme, but dried thyme worked just fine for us. The sauce was delicious-- tangy & flavorful, but not overpowered by any one ingredient (in my opinion). I did use the white wine (pinot gris) for the sauce & then swirled in the butter at the end. I should also note that I juiced 2 lemons & used the zest from one of th..."
"I am so glad that you posted this recipe from Cook's Illustrated. I love grilled zucchini and was looking for a new way to serve it. This is perfect and I love love LOVE(!) the onions with this. I don't think I had ever tried them like that before. And the vinaigrette is to die for. Thank you so much for posting. :)"
"Don't forget to prick the sweet potatoes a few times all over with a fork. I also put a piece of aluminum foil under each sweet potato, so that the sugar (that oozes out as the potatoes cook) doesn't drip on the racks or on the bottom of the oven and burn. (Why make more work for yourself?) Other than those "changes", this recipe is dynamite for b..."
"This was really good. (I kept sneaking spoonfuls of it while it was cooking in the skillet!) I did not have any baked beans in my pantry, so I substituted pinto beans (rinsed and drained) and added a little more brown sugar. I served this with mashed potatoes; husband suggested skillet cornbread would be good too. Leftovers were a bit hit as well...."
"This was sooooo easy and was delicious! I threw this together right before we ate dinner last night and let it bake while we ate dinner. I added 1 more peach, used a little less sugar (~1 cup total), and used freshly grated nutmeg. This was just perfect. Thank you so much for posting!"
"Perfect! The bag of toffee bits that I had in my pantry was only 8 oz., so I added ~1/2 cup of semisweet chocolate chips. Made almost exactly 48 cookies (using a 1/2 Tbsp measure for each cookie). Thanks for posting! :)"