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"I only gave 4 stars, because I believe I improved this recipe. First of all, I didn't see the reason to use 2 pie crusts on the bottom--never have for an apple pie or any other pie. Then I check my B Crocker cookbook, and it seemed like too much sugar. I decided to go with the 3/4 c. they use for apple pies. Then what I had was a 3-lb bag of Grann..."
Nov 28, 2009 on Food.com
"This is a fine recipe, but I agree that it only needs to bake 50 minutes. It is best to start checking it at 50 minutes, maybe even at 45 minutes. It is slightly dry, but great with some cream cheese smeared on! We decreased sugar to 1 1/2 cups, and it was still almost too sweet for our taste. We will keep the recipe!"
Jul 25, 2009 on Food.com
"I thought this would be great--but ... what a disappointment. I don't like water chestnuts, and this did nothing to improve my opinion of them. And canned beans--ugh. However, I still thought the whole thing would come together better. It was easy, but not fast, as I had to prepare chicken first and the wild rice takes an hour to prepare. Also, wi ..."
Nov 17, 2008 on FoodNetwork.com
"How can it be for a "rushed" night, if you first have to cook the chicken!"
Feb 17, 2008 on Food.com
"I couldn't get any hot sausage, so I had to use regular and add a lot of spice myself. I don't think I could duplicate my spicing. I used everything in the recipe, except at the end I balked at adding cream: it looked good the way it was. Also, I used small penne instead of fusilli. It was very good, and my husband liked it even more than I did. I..."
Feb 12, 2008 on Food.com
"Yes, it was tender, and yes, there was an aroma when it was cooking. However, I just found out I don't care for the aroma or the taste of tarragon! It left a sweet taste that I didn't care for. Please keep this in mind, if you are not familiar with the herb tarragon!"
Nov 26, 2007 on Food.com