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"Forget the water; use 1 cup fresh-squeezed OJ, some zest, sub brown sugar for white, and toss in a bit of Grand Marnier or other orange liqueur for a truly special sauce! Basic recipe is really good, but tweakin' never hurt a thing!"
"Easy and quick to put together. They are juicy and meaty indeed, but I think maybe 1 full cup of pancake mix, and a bit more cheese (I used 6 ounces) would make these little goodies more like a traditional sausage ball, and less like a meatball...? I think these would be a terrific cocktail offering with a sweet hot mustard sauce for dipping."
"Okay, this is a true keeper indeed. I was looking for a really good "comfort food" dish to take to my dear elderly neighbors (he's quite ill) and came across this. Oh! Just a warm big fat pie of love! The one change I made: subbing a diced sweet potato for the white potato. Don't laugh! I had to do it, or run to the store. And ..."
"Another winner, e/a! We have a dear elderly neighbor who is very ill, and about all he enjoys these days is a good bowl of soup. I'm always trying to find new recipes to vary his simple diet, and this one was a huge hit. So much nutrition packed into each bowl---very important when an invalid can't eat much! His wife said, "Mmm--mak..."
"I'm one of those odd creatures who does not like sugary stuff (probably a good thing, right?) but...I have a little "goodie exchange" going with my sweet 11-year-old neighbor, and we're always trying to "out-cookie" each other. These got BIG applause! PUtting it in my file for Christmas baking!"
"Add a juicy slice of a Southern summer tomato, and I can't imagine a better sandwich! We like Ezekiel bread as the "parentheses" for this yummy sandwich."
"Very good! I did punch it up a bit, with sea salt and pepper, and threw in a handful of fresh oregano leaves. I like hummus creamy for dipping, so I pulsed the artichoke hearts along with everything else. For a sandwich filling, though, I'd do as Prose suggests and hand-mix them after combining everything else. Delicious!"
"I must agree with the pediatrician and the other reviewer who did not like the idea of refined sugar for a baby. I don't mean to preach (though I suppose I am)---but in our society, children will face plenty of challenges to stay trim and fit, without creating a craving for sugar so early on. Obesity has become a byword of our culture, and it..."