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"This recipe was so like my favorite brownies recipe, which is amazingly dense and fudgey, that I had to try them out. My man doesn't much care for chocolate so this seemed like a fair substitute. I used butter for my recipe and one whole vanilla bean plus a little extra extract to make sure there was enough flavor going on. I baked them until..."
"I reviewed this recipe ages ago and have made them dozens of times since. Everyone who has tried them has loved them and they never last long. My main advice is don't over-stir! They lose their dreamy fluffiness and turn chest. Better to leave the batter a little lumpy. You won't hardly notice it."
"This is the second time I have made this recipe and I must say it's a new favorite in our house. Instead of marinating the tofu, I cut the pieces smaller so that the sauce was flavorful enough to cut the tofu taste. I also always gently squeeze the extra moisture from my tofu, to give it a better texture. I added some pepper and onion strips ..."
"The five stars feel redundant at this point but I wanted to add my two cents. My man loved this recipe as did I. This was my very first ham and I did pretty well considering I had no help or advice from family. I would reccomed maybe picking a spiral cut ham if this is your first ham. When carving my shank I kinda butchered it and not in a good wa..."
"This was really lovely. I have made this the original way before but I am watching my calories so I skipped the beef, added spinach to the cheese mix (about 2 cups fresh, chopped) and 1.5 cups sliced zucchini on the first layer of cheese. I also used no boil noodles, so it was all done after 55 minutes. Just needed to cool. Big hit with the friend..."
"Yummmmmmmm! My DBF gobbled this right up. So easy and cheap. Finally done with our leftover ham. We came back from a bike ride and dinner was ready in time for opening day. Give it s shot you won't regret it."
"Yum! Made this to use up the buttermilk I had leftover from some biscuits and gravy. Huge hit. You should definitely double this because we only have two slices left!"
"I've made this recipe dozens of times now. I usually start with dried beans; they're cheaper and you can make a bunch at a time. I also don't use the beer. I add water instead and spices forflavor. May post my alterations at some point."
"This was an instant hit. The chicken turned out moist and tender. I also noticed a rather strong ketchup taste, but I used some fresh pureed chili pepper in place of a small amount of the ketchup and I added extra ginger (dried since I didn't have time to mince more fresh) at the end to conceal it."