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"Oh my god these were amazingly good. I made this with a really good thick sliced bacon and it was just like eating candy. The perfect balance of sweet and sour and salty."
"Note that dried beans cooked with tomatoes from the beginning will be tough - calcium or acid of any kind causes the outside of the bean to stay tough. The way to get around this is to do as some commenters have mentioned - precook the beans by themselves (overnight), then add the other recipe ingredients and cook for the duration mentioned in th..."
"Wow! This was amazing. So well balanced in flavors, richness, sweetness, spiciness, texture - all perfect. An old-fashioned kind of technique that will be very adaptable to other kinds of fruit as well. The only adaptation I made to make it gluten free was to use a GF flour mix and it all worked out fine. I was a little worried that the bat..."
"I was just getting ready to add this one myself from my offline collection. It is also in print in the book Source: The New Mayo Clinic Cookbook: Eating Well for Better Health by Cheryl Forberg and Maureen Callahan"
"I was getting ready to post a similar recipe, but baked at 375 for 45 minutes instead of microwaved. My recipe has 1 cup mushrooms, 1/2 cup celery and 1/4 cup scallions, and 1/2 cup sour cream and 1/4 cup grated Parmesan. After the veggies, sour cream and parmesan are stirred into the sausage filled into the squash it bakes 10-15 more minutes.A..."
"Love the title of this recipe. I was going to post this and saw it was already here. The version I have adds 2 cans of chopped pears with juice.Add some paper towels before you put the lid on the slow cooker, and the moisture that builds up won't drip down on the cake as it cooks. You can also get a "Bread 'n Cake Bake Pan" from Rival Crock P..."
"I have to agree with all the other praising reviews. These were perfect and easy and most importantly QUICK to mix up.As for flour blend, the recommended substitution would work well. When I have time to blend my own substitute on the spot, I generally do 2/3 part whole grain flour (brown rice, teff, amaranth, quinoa or even white rice) and 1/..."
"I brought this to two different Thanksgiving potlucks this year and it was a hit both times. Great recipe"