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"This bean dish is simple to make and has good flavors. The creamy beans and fresh vegetables go well together. We ate is as a side dish; I could see using it as a fillling for burritos."
"I do recommend splitting this between two. It had very subtle flavors. Perhaps the vodka could be reduced to 2 oz to allow the flavor of Frangelico to come forward a bit more. The cherry (Rudolph's nose) and cinnamon sticks (his antlers) were fun."
"Don't be put off by the three star rating - give this dish a try. It's easy to make and is loaded with tasty, healthy greens. I found the flavors to be a little too understated for our tastes, which is why I gave it three stars. It does provide a good base for improvisation. I added the juice of one lemon and doubled the feta cheese to bring the ..."
"A very good blend of flavors! I used a 12 ounce bag of frozen artichoke hearts, thawed and coursely chopped as well as leftover cooked bacon I had on hand. I added the chopped bacon with the artichokes in step 3. It came together very quickly on a week night. So easy and tasty; I'll be making it again. Thanks for posting Chef Jean!"
"Thank you for posting this tasty recipe. No more $4.00 lattes for me! The flavors taste like the holidays at Grandma's house. Cheers from Oregon!"
"This is a terrific cocktail, Diva! The Amaretto adds a nice nutty undertone. I'll be making this again over the holidays. Reviewed for My 3 Chefs"
"Yum, this was good. Dry pinto beans have a much better texture and taste than canned beans - try it! I used salt pork cut into cubes. It rendered less fat than bacon. I also used smoked kielbasa cut into bite size pieces. I didn't add salt until the very end. Made for My 3 Chefs 2008."