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"Easy and really good! I made half a recipe. The reserved artichoke liquid cooked away while the onion/garlic sauteed, and the mixture seemed a bit thick after adding the bread crumbs so I added two tablespoons half & half! I also topped the mixture with a few grates of Asiago cheese. Tagged for Rookie Recipes (due 11/30 with extension)."
"Very nice flavor! I marinaded the salmon for an hour, then piled the onion/ginger bits on top, and poured the liquid all around and baked it in a preheated 400F oven for 16 minutes. Tagged for Rookie Recipes (due 11/29 with extension)."
"Very tasty, quick, and easy! I liked the addition of the tarragon and marjoram. I was disappointed that I could not find a frozen seafood mix with octopus! I thought the octopus would have made a unique photo! Tagged for Fall Photo Tag (due 11/26 with extension)."
"Very good, but not sweet like cake! I subbed olive oil for the vegetable oil, and crushed pineapple (with juice) for the water called for in the recipe, and used Neufchâtel cheese. Next time I'll add walnuts or pecans. I preheated my oven to 400F, but because my muffin tin is dark, I reduced the temp to 375F when I put the tin into t..."
"Delicious! Very impressive with the pecan/onion mixture on top ~ just a hint of lime! I used cod and due to time restraints, I did not do the milk soak. Tagged for Fall Photo Tag 2013."
"Very chocolatey! I tasted more chocolate than coffee, and will cut back on the chocolate next time. I need to buy decaf so I can enjoy this at night! I made this with all coconut cream and sweetened the coffee mixture with one teaspoon sugar/two cups of coffee. Tagged for PRMR 2013."
"Delicious! I used orange extract and topped my tarts with an extra pinch of unprocessed coconut! Baked for 45 minutes ~ Tagged for Rookie Recipes (due 10/31)."
"Great combination of flavors! Better at room temperature than hot! I toasted 1 cup walnuts in a medium-hot iron skillet, chopped them pretty finely, then added 1/4 cup to my crust, and saved the rest for the topping. I used Gorgonzola and 2 cups red and black seedless grapes, instead of a red/green combination! I omitted the egg wash, and immed..."
"Very good! I made these with sugar free instant pudding, a thawed frozen banana, and crunchy peanut butter. This recipe made six (3-ounce) paper cup popsicles! Tagged for my Brain Freeze theme for My-3-Chefs 2013."