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"This recipe is just great and I've made it a number of times. I only give 5 stars to recipes that I consistently make without any changes to the recipe and I do make a few minor changes to this one. The changes I make are largely to the quantity of gravy (more and the amount of worchestershire sauce (less in the burger. I also use ground sirlo..."
Nov 20, 2012 on Food.com
"For years I made both an herb/bread stuffing and this one, but finally my family asked why I bothered making two stuffings. They love this one, and it has become my "signature" stuffing. Thanks for a great recipe."
Nov 18, 2011 on FoodNetwork.com
"This was very good. Cut the onion in half, but am used to a recipe that uses a heavier cream sauce, several different cheeses and no egg. Thought the egg gave it an odd texture. Loved the topping of buttered panko and (surprisingly the touch of bay. I'll post my recipe for Dan's Favorite Mac and Cheese on Food.com soon - give it a try ..."
Nov 4, 2010 on FoodNetwork.com
"While I've loved other Bobby Flay recipes, this one didn't suit me or my family at all. I've noticed that most reviewers who raved about it made significant changes to the recipe, but I made it as written, which is my usual habit on the first try. After cooking for my husband for 20 years, we debated whether this was the worst thing I've ever ma ..."
Oct 18, 2010 on FoodNetwork.com
"I tried these on a group of 20 people as a test for a larger party, and they were the favorite recipe of the 9 things I served. They really are good, and the bacon-lovers in the crowd were blown away! I did have to raise the oven to 475 to get the bacon crisp enough. Next time I'll either precook the bacon a little or start them out at the higher ..."
Mar 30, 2010 on Food.com
"Several things make these cookies a 5-star recipe! And not because they are 'gourmet', either! First are the memories of my grandmother (who didn't really cook making these at Christmas. However, not only are the memories sweet, but I hate throwing away egg whites when I've made a recipe that only uses the yolks, so these cookies come to the r..."
Dec 29, 2009 on Food.com
"If you love oyster fritters, this is an excellent recipe. I haven't had these in almost 20 years, and when left with a few raw oysters after having them on the half shell for Christmas, I made a half recipe for DH and I on a whim, and was taken back to Chincoteague, Virginia in the 1980's (where oystering was the main industry for decades and t..."
Dec 26, 2009 on Food.com
"I've been making this recipe ever since it came out on Food Network, and it has become a beloved family favorite. This year they all said to skip the regular dressing next year and just make this one (I always make both. The only thing I do differently is to lay turkey parts over the stuffing in the casserole before baking, which gives added fl..."
Dec 8, 2009 on Food.com
"Most of the Thanksgiving crowd loved this version of sweet potato casserole. I chose it because most TG food is somewhat bland in color and this was an absolutely gorgeous, brilliant red/orange - perfect! I doubled the recipe, but next time would not completely double the water as the sauce was a little too liquid for me. Marshmallows on only h..."
Dec 7, 2009 on Food.com
"This dessert smelled fantastic while baking, and the apples (I used Gala were really delicious. Both DH and I found the topping to be a little heavier than needed for a 'crisp', and I'd like to make it again with about half the amount of topping. The apple mixture seems perfect for other things, too, such as a galette. Thanks for the recipe!"
Oct 18, 2009 on Food.com