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"really?! These were a runny mess. And very unpleasant looking as well. I had to boil another two eggs to try and get this to hold together. I'd LOVE to see an actual video of this being made to work"
Apr 3, 2013 on FoodNetwork.com
"darn it! Thought I'd given a review of this recipe, but guess not. All I can say is that I've made this meatloaf at least a half dozen times simply because my good ole' midwestern guy, who always loved meatloaf, told me not to ever try another. I tried so many times, and failed, to give him the comfort food of his dreams. First time ..."
Feb 20, 2013 on FoodNetwork.com
"Pretty darned good. Came out a lot flatter than some of the photos, but I'm thinking my pie pan was a little small. I filled it to capacity (and then some and it almost spilled over in the over. I did, however, use up the leftover mix that wouldn't fit into the pan and microwaved it as I've read others have done. THAT WAS AMAZING! Next time will..."
Jan 12, 2013 on Food.com
"OH MY GOD...these have got to be THE best thing I have ever eaten. So ruined my diet for...forever, but worth it. Made them again for guests using recipe for a cinnamon whipped cream from an old cheesecake recipe, and everyone just kept asking for more and more churros. I feel like a Food Network star now!!"
Jun 22, 2012 on FoodNetwork.com
"Hmmmm....well not sure about all the fuss here. Cannot understand why one would use baking soda, though Alton says here that it reduces the "nasty graininess." I've NEVER had a problem with either foam or graininess, until I tried this recipe. I was taught, in MX by a lovely & VERY patient little señora, can't recall her name, t ..."
Mar 22, 2012 on FoodNetwork.com
"this was a total disaster, at least for me. Onions came out OK, but after mixing them in with the beans and other stuff, all the breading came off, and the sauce was lumpy and murky and sort of separated. It was embarassing to serve it to my guests. Because of so many other great reviews, I can only assume I messed up somehow, though I followed ..."
Dec 20, 2011 on FoodNetwork.com
"one whole tablespoon of baking powder is way too much. Knocked that down to 1.5 tsp and used only one egg, as the first batch just didn't taste good, "eggy" and somewhat metallic-tasting. It was OK, but I definitely like the Neely's recipe better."
Dec 7, 2011 on FoodNetwork.com
"Definitely a keeper! Got rave reviews that this was just as good, or better (certainly cheaper! than a Honeybaked ham. Used raw honey instead of maple syrup, regular Dijon instead of whole-grain. Slathered the ham with the mustard and honey, then sort of packed the brown sugar, et al, all over with my hands. IMPERATIVE that you bake the ham cut ..."
Dec 6, 2011 on FoodNetwork.com
"This was delicious! My husband is a comfort-foodie, farm boy from Kansas, and loves Chicken and dumplings. As for problems with the dumplings not cooking all the way thru, this is a take on using Bisquick for dumplings, which I once used til I read the label and saw the transfats it contains. The Bisquick sub recipes I've seen call for the ..."
Dec 1, 2011 on FoodNetwork.com