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"I am so glad that I came across this recipe. We JUST used the last of the Ice we cut and stored from our pond last winter. One thing we noticed is that with this recipe we don't have any "Little things" left in the glass when all has thawed. Thanks so much.
Cap'n Jack & Bride."
Oct 18, 2012 on Food.com
"Dee, my DW and I had this last night. In our years and years of having marinated steaks this IS THE BEST. Thank you. It was just like everyone wrote. Again, THANK YOU. The best piece of Chuck ever.Fire House Chef."
Jun 16, 2010 on Food.com
"five stars to the tenth power. Had these the day before yesterday and EVERYONE complimented you on your recipe. I NEVER change a recipe before we try it and I certainly wont ever change this one. Used your sauce on chicken yesterday. Excellant. Thank you for posting this one. Cap'n Jack Oh, I did add one thing. PLENTY OF BEER."
May 31, 2010 on Food.com
"Our congratulations. This is more than we expected. I made this yesterday for the Wifes Ladies Church group and they scarfed it down. Was told this will be in any Dish to Pass evening. I don't see why you couldn't use almost any mix Chocolate etc. If 10 * were possible this would get them. Thank you for a wonderful and easy recipe. Cap'n Jack"
Apr 22, 2010 on Food.com
""Cackle Berries", one of my favorite fruits. This was very tasty. When I don't have raddishes I us Water Chestnuts. Nice crunch. Keep them recipes a-comin.Cap'n Jack"
Mar 22, 2010 on Food.com
"NcMystery; This is the way my family has been doing it since I was in three corner pants.(I'll be 80 in April. THE ONLY difference is that I cook the bacon and add the onions etc. to the bacon fat. Just an added flavor to relish. Where I come from pork rules and the only thing we never used was the oink. Simply because we couldn't catch it.Cap..."
Mar 14, 2010 on Food.com
"Nancy,The Wife and I love both Sweet Potato pie and Pecan pie. This Marriage was GREAT. Thanks, and be assured this will appear on our table many, many times in the future. (I've already been told :OCap'n Jack"
Jan 14, 2010 on Food.com
"It snowed here yesterday and this was just the thing for Supper last night. Didn't have any Kielbasa SO, I threw in a pound of Jimmy Deans hot Breakfast sausage. WOW, thanks for a simple and pleasing recipe. Will use it often.Cap'n Jack"
Jan 1, 2010 on Food.com
"WELL, I guess you have a real winner here. I made this yesterday and just gave my wife a sample. She immediately dropped what she was doing, grabbed crackers and cheese sat down in front of the "BOOB tube" and is scarfing it down in rapid succession. Thanks and keep those recipes coming.Cap'n Jack"
Dec 16, 2009 on Food.com
"Capted, this is one of the very few Pumpernickle breads that I really like. In fact it is on top of my "keeper" list. Great job, keep 'em coming.Light and makes great toast. ALSO, with a little limburger cheese and onion, Mit a good beer I was in "Hog Heaven".Cap'n Jack"
Nov 11, 2009 on Food.com