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"My family and I are eating this delicious bread as I type! Seriously, look no further if you are looking for "the" pumpkin bread recipe. The crust on the bread is nice and crispy, but not tough or thick. The inside is moist and flavorful. I did add a teaspoon of vanilla to the wet ingredients, and some ginger to the dry ingredients. Thank you so m..."
Dec 6, 2009 on Food.com
"Okay, I'm a believer! My husband is picky picky about cakes, especially the texture of homemade cakes since they tend to be dry and not nearly as moist as from-the-box cakes. I made this cake for his birthday recently, and it was DELICIOUS, very moist and flavorful! The coffee really compliments the chocolate and gives it another layer of flavor. ..."
Oct 12, 2005 on Food.com
"These are absolutely heavenly, but my batch came out very soft and have to be refrigerated. Also, for me...the cooking time was about an hour, it took a long time to get up to 245 degrees on medium heat, so the consistency may be attributed to an error on my part. Other than that, they are probably the best caramels I have ever tasted. Thanks for ..."
May 5, 2003 on Food.com
"I LOVE THIS RECIPE! So easy to make....and so delicious. Perfect for summer dessert! I have made it twice in the past 3 days (my family can't get enough of it. I used strawberries the first time, and sweetened blackberries the second time. Great recipe, Inez! This will be a new summer-time favorite in my house!"
Jul 24, 2002 on Food.com
"I was looking for a spice cake recipe (it's my Dad's favorite and came across this one. It was absolutely delicious! The sauce is SINFUL with a capital "S", the sauce together with the apples in the cake reminded me of eating a caramel apple (yummy!. Next time I make this wonderful recipe, I'm going to double it...because we demolished the cake ..."
Apr 2, 2002 on Food.com
"This was probably the tastiest meatloaf I ever made! I didn't have veal or turkey, so I had to use just hamburger and ground pork -- but it still came out wonderful! It wasn't dry, every bite had wonderful flavor, and it looked so good when it came out of the oven. Thanks so much for sharing this recipe, it's a new family favorite!"
Mar 20, 2002 on Food.com
"This is a delicious way to bake ham, and very simple. This is the way we have always done it in my family, but we use Dijon mustard, and add cherries with the pineapple rings. Depending on the size of the ham, I usually use about a cup of dark brown sugar, and add enough Dijon to make a good paste consistency. I have found that the thicker the pas..."
Mar 5, 2002 on Food.com
"The roast was flavorful, but I had to cook it an hour and a half longer in order to make it tender. I think the extra cooking time reduced the gravy too much, because the gravy was very salty. I'll try this recipe again, but maybe next time I'll try using a crock pot, and maybe omit the seasoning salt."
Mar 2, 2002 on Food.com
"Thank you so much for posting this recipe, Nicole! I made this for my diabetic mother, and it really was good! She said it tasted "sinful" even though it's guilt-free. I'm not diabetic, but I think I will make this recipe for myself too...it's a wonderful guilt-free snack or dessert. I would love to see any other diabetic recipes you have. :-"
Mar 1, 2002 on Food.com
"This is my favorite oatmeal raisin cookie recipe! The cookies are nice and chewy. I underbake them just a bit (when the tops just barely start to get a light golden color, and they are very soft to the touch, when they cool and settle, they'll stay chewy. I have found that using dark brown sugar (instead of light brown gives them a richer flavor..."
Feb 25, 2002 on Food.com