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"Being from Western NY, I've had my share of Buffalo Chicken Dip. This was the best one yet. Used reduced-fat cream cheese and blue cheese dressing, and cooked at low heat on stove. Didn't bother with the room temperature thing. A real keeper."
"Fantastic comforting peasant food. Brought back memories of the meals my Polish great-grandmother made. Thanks for posting. (Recipe didn't say when to add tomato paste, so I added it to the broth before mixing into the roux)."
"Stumbled upon this when trying to use up some cake flour. I made them for an office breakfast, and I don't think they're going to make it there. They are the best muffins I have ever had. My daughter agrees. Thank you for a fantastic recipe."
"I made this a couple of weeks ago and forgot to review. This is an easy and outstanding recipe. The flavors are perfect. I used red cabbage and chicken broth rather than vegetable, and wouldn't change a thing. Thank you for posting."
"Excellent soup. Perfect blending of flavors. I used fresh thyme, and fat-free milk rather than cream. I left out the tarragon. My daughter took a tupperware home with her, and she's fussy. Thank you for posting."
"Wow! This is an incredibly tasty recipe, but not for the faint of heart. I cut the cayenne pepper down to 1 tsp. and omitted the jalapeno, and cooked for one hour. Next time, I will reduce the cayenne to 1/2 tsp. And there will be a next time, because my husband loved it, and I kept going back for seconds even though my mouth was on fire. Gre..."