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"There are no words to describe how fantastic this recipe is! I love cooking and have tried countless recipes for oven fried chicken. This tops them all!"
Aug 18, 2009 on Food.com
"Having eaten hot dogs this way for all my growing up years, it is still my favorite way.The only thing that is different - and to me important - is that New England style hot dog buns do not have the crust on the outside of the bun--so you toast it that way. New England style is the only way to eat a hot dog~"
Jun 26, 2009 on Food.com
"A very tasty sauce! I did deviate a little. Browned the ribs in oven for 30 at 350. Put all sauce ingredients in the food processor, except for green onion--made it very easy. Also I did not use Crystal Lite as I do not care for it. I substituted two tblsp lemon juice. Definitely would make again. Thanks for submitting."
Jun 9, 2009 on Food.com
"Wonderful, wonderful, wonderful. So creamy and delicious. I love how having them in the slow cooker keeps them piping hot all dinner long. Thank you for posting!"
Apr 27, 2009 on Food.com
"Delish! Thank you for posting this great recipe. Best bran muffins I've ever tasted. I added raisins but otherwise followed exactly."
Mar 22, 2009 on Food.com
"Absolutely wonderful. I've not been a diabetic for long, and these are the best cookies for diabetics I've ever tasted.Flo Braker, a nationally known baker, has a similar recipe (not for diabetics. She notes in her cookbook that these can be stored in a metal airtight container for up to ten days.Happy Cooker Too"
Jan 24, 2009 on Food.com