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"Fabulous! Now if only we could post a "recipe" for putting the new roll of toilet paper ON the roll instead of the back of the toilet....."
"Absolutely Fabulous!!!! I got this recipe in my email from MyRecipes.com Cookie Countdown. I was on my way to the grocery store anyway so picked up the ingrdients I needed. My children loved them, my m-i-l loved them everyone loved them. I'm going to see how the few that are left freeze."
"I've been making these for years (from a little church recipe book from the 40s!) and have even made them while camping! I have to make two or three batches of these every Thanksgiving and then again at Christmas or my family rebels."
"We always called this "Really Weird Chicken" and cubed the chicken before cooking to make it more like sweet and sour chicken. Served over rice with stir fry veggies on the side... oh... and we used jellied not whole berry cranberry sauce. My family loves this meal."
"This has been a Christmas morning tradition in my family for as long as I can remember, close to 30 yrs I think... I remember that it was cut out of the Toronto Star newspaper originally, so it may have only been the last 25 years or so. ;)We usually have enough people to feed that we make at least double the recipe, and some times use 8x8 pans ..."
"These have been favorites since I was a kid... we did as the other reviewer said and made wreathes.... one tip for working with the marshmallows is to melt them over a water bath. A double boiler works great if you have one, otherwise just use a pyrex mixing bowl larger than your pot so it doesn't fall in."
"I've been making this for years now, minus the brown sugar which I have to say really adds something to it. My kids love it although dh wont eat sweet and sour anything. I always use the cranberry jelly but I do add carrots to it. Glad to find it here."
"Otis Spunkmeyer move over!I made a double batch of these adding 1 1/2 tsp of cinnamon because I love the added depth it gives. I used a small cookie scoop and only got 5 dozen cookies so I guess I made them a little larger than the recipe called for and they took just over 8 minutes to cook. I also formed all the dough into cookies and then ..."
"These were easy to make and quite tasty. The second batch I made were a little better than the first as the batter thickens as it sits and the first were very runny as I poured them into the muffin cups. We added raisins to these and a little less sugar and did them in mini muffin tins. We really enjoyed them, however I think I might experiment..."
"This was a super easy dough to make, and was tasty as well.I used this to make two pizzas, but it only took 10 minutes not 20-25 minutes to bake... glad I was in the kitchen and not just relying on the timer!Even my husband who is VERY picky about his pizza said that I should make it again. Thanks for a fast and easy pizza night recipe."