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"NC is stuck in the middle of a nasty snow/sleet/freezing rain event. But, at least we had enough snow to make snow cream! My largest mixing bowl was full of snow, and made enough for about 4 or 5 servings. This was a nice treat in the midst of our lousy weather. Thanks for sharing!"
"This was a winner at my house, even with the 12-year-old who was sure he didn't like Salisbury Steak. I scaled the patty ingredients back to use 1 pound of meat (with 1 T onion soup mix), and made a full batch of gravy. 1 pound of meat gave me 5 patties, and the amount of gravy was perfect. Served with mashed potatoes and peas with mushroo..."
"This was a delicious side to jerk chicken. I made half a batch, and used diced jalapeno instead of scotch bonnet, but otherwise followed the directions. It's very close to my favorite Jamaican restaurant's rice and peas. A half batch was four generous servings for us. Thanks for sharing!"
"These were great! I made a double batch to freeze for weekday breakfasts. My Belgian waffle iron used 1/3 cup per waffle, and about 5 minutes to cook. Kept warm in a 200 degree oven while the rest cooked. Served with sliced bananas and whipped cream. One batch made 12 waffles."
"This was delicious. I used 1/2 cup butter for about 3/4 of a large loaf of Italian bread. My butter melted too much, so I mixed in the parmesan and sprinkled mozzarella on top. Baked for about 8 minutes at 450, then turned on the broiler to brown the top a little bit more. Served with stuffed shells. My son said "You did a good job with the g..."
"Served this with French Tart's Toad in the Hole and mash to celebrate the opening of the London Olympics. I used beef broth instead of chicken. This was easy, delicious, and complemented the dish. Thanks!"
"Wow! This was really, really good. We had this for dinner tonight to celebrate the opening of the London Olympics, served with mash, peas, and onion gravy (recipe 18620). Here's the adaptations I made, being in the US: Oven at 450, a 9x9 ceramic casserole dish, 10 ounces of milk, and 4 ounces of flour by weight. And, forgive me, I had to use ..."
"This was delicious. I used just one tablespoon of butter for three small squash. I cooked it until it was nice and browned. My son, who hates every kind of squash, ate it without complaint, and my husband and I loved it. Thanks for posting."
"This was a big hit at a girls' night out party. I refrigerated the topping separately and served it on the side. I love the simplicity you get by using the vanilla wafers as the crust. I got 14 cakes out of the recipe, and could probably have put a bit less filling in each to get a few more. I'm interested in trying other toppings next time, o..."
"We haven't had a chance to freeze these yet, but they were a big hit straight out of the oven. I did 1 1/2 batches of batter, and got almost 12 slices out of it. I used french bread, cut into 1" slices, with each slice cut into thirds. I used parchment paper, and turned them carefully with a spatula - no problems sticking. I baked them a bit l..."