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"Wonderful! I had no cream cheese so used about a cup of low-fat ricotta. I absolutely used the mushrooms! With a salad, it makes a yummy, easy meal. I think it's become our post-Thanksgiving comfort food!"
"Great, moist turkey. My broth all evaporated, but I was still able to scrape up enough flavorful bits to make a nice gravy!"
"Great! I omitted the brown sugar and they were still perfect! I used cider vinegar - maybe that added a little sweetness to compensate for no sugar??"
"These had a lovely texture, I liked how easy they were to get off the parchment!!
I will add more lemon zest next time as they didn't seem to be very lemon-y. (Probably something I did, b/c everyone else seemed to think they were just right!) Pammyowl will be missed..."
"Great bread recipe - we've got lots of apples to use up and this was a nice change from apple crisp and other very sweet apple recipes. I really liked the zip the sharp cheddar added. Made for Football week 9, 2013 (I can pick apples, but not football teams)"
"This was so tasty and easy to put together. I tweaked a little, too: included the "gravy" with the can of chili beans. I figure since the recipe called for chili beans, not just black beans or pinto beans, I may as well use the gravy because it's got extra chili seasoning in it. Also, added chopped green pepper to the meat."
"I made these in the broiler (it was 32 degrees and snowing); they were great! Can't wait til it's grilling weather again!!"
"Enjoyed this on a ham and cheese sandwich. I did not blend it as directions stated b/c I wanted to be able to discern the little chunks of onion and olive. Because of that, the oil tended to drip out of the sandwich. So, next time I'll use less oil!"
"Good chicken salad - I will add more celery, onions and cashews next time. (I think I was a little heavy on the yogurt.)"