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"Awesome! Everyone in my family loves this, even my son, who (supposedly) doesn't like chocolate. It doesn't need frosting, it's moist and yummy, and it stays that way for a week, easily. Freezes well."
"I grew up in Portland, and Mo's is the best place for chowder on the Oregon coast. This chowder recipe is very very good, however, it's not Mo's. Definately give it a try, it was a hit at my house on Xmas Eve (chowder is a tradition in our house), but if you're looking for Mo's, keep looking, this isn't it."
"Very good. Split pea soup is my favorite, and this was probably the best I ever had. I used a smoked ham shank for the hambone. Sorry, Uncle Bill, this is MY recipe now!!"
"I loved these. The flavor is perfect and they were ridiculously simple to make with ingredients I have in my pantry at all times. The day of baking, they were crisp around the edges and chewy and soft in the middle. The following days, soft and chewy. Yum!"
"I'm more than a little disappointed, especially after 24 5 star ratings. At first, I thought the dough was nice and it was easy enough to put together. Once I baked it, disaster. It was only okay. I even added extra seasonings and it was bland. I won't make this again."
"I've eaten these cookies in St Louis, where they originate from, and I knew I needed a recipe for them. These taste exactly like the originals. Moist, thick, gooey, yum."
"Everyone loes this, not just the lemon lovers! I made it my own by making a glaze out of lemon juice and sugar, heated to make a glaze, and add a few dollops of lemon pie filling to the batter towards the top. It's not extreme unless you use ALL of the ingredients, optional or not."
"I have made this twice now. The first time, it was delicious, but too soupy, not like a thinck, hearty chili, so that part was disappointing. The second time, I reduced the stovk / broth by half (3 cups) and towards the end, I added a couple tablespoons of cornstarch and a couple tablespoons of stock. MUCH better."
"I would have given it 5 stars, if the amount of cayenne pepper wasn't so much. It was my own inexperience with the stuff that had me trusting the amounts, which was far to much for myself (and my poor kids). My husband, the hot sauce junkie loved it, but didn't need to add any hot sauce, it was definately hot enough on it's own. I'm not a light..."