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"Really good and simple! I inadvertantly (read mistake!) cut the fats in half and they were good---one might notice that there was less fat, but this could be a good thing. I used frozen blueberries instead of blackberries and that was really great. The brown sugar taste was really nice!"
"Really delicious! Much better use of leftover oatmeal than some of the cookie recipes I've seen. I reduce the butter a bit and I add in choc. chips, coconut, and flax meal. I reduced the sugar a bit too, and they're still delish. I did find I had to cook them quite a lot longer than 18 minutes but maybe mine are a bit larger b/c I also only yeilde..."
"Super nice twist on a cous cous salad...I used less mint and more parsley than indicated in the recipe b/c i thought equal proportions would be too minty for my liking. The only thing i added was diced tomatoes (which i added at the table so the leftover salad would keep better without tomatoes). If i were serving this as a meal on it's own I wo..."
"A very nice healthy treat! I find the possibilty of add-ins really great (try coconut, pecans, choc chips!) i used whole wheat flour since it's so little flour i didn't think it would change the texture. Also, you definitely need to spread these to the shape you want b/c they don't spread. And use parchment or silpat b/c they will stick since ..."
"Super Recipe! I totally agree with keeping the rice out. When you have leftovers, if the rice is in the dish, it continues to soak up liquid and becomes a real mess. If you plan to serve up all of it, then by all means add the rice, otherwise stir it in to the bit you're serving up or serve it over top and then you can freeze the jambalaya sans ..."
"We really enjoyed this and i will definitely make it again. i'm going to try making it breast side down, because i felt that the breast dried out a bit, but i'm picky. I may also try making it with bone-in breasts and legs because dealing with the back bones, wings, etc, is a bit difficult as the chicken is so tender by the end. this recipe is ..."
"GypsyAnn this is a great recipe and VERY much like I remember from growing up in the south. I ended up publishing another recipe because I didn't have the ingredients I needed--but yours was the inspiration! thanks for a good one."
"Fantastic! I followed the recipe almost exactly (unusual for me!) and it was great and really easy. I used chicken stock instead of beef and red peppers instead of green, though green is more authentic we just don't like them. I did find that the chicken broke down quite a lot because of the long cooking, especially by the next day, but i didn't..."
"this was really great, especially in method...everything cooked perfectly. i added 1/2 c. red wine and 3/4 c. of tomato paste that i caramelized first. made the stew super rich and yummy. i also added parnip which i highly recommend in beef stew always. thanks!"
"I grew up in the south and enjoyed many a praline in my life, and these are as good as memory serves! the directions are straightforward, and the only difficulty i had was knowing how long these would take to set once out on the wax paper. i made four batches in all and i actually re-heated a batch that wasn't setting and found them to be the be..."