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"These must be foolproof because they turned out great for me and I rarely have great luck baking bread. I mixed mine in the kitchenaid mixer and ended up using about 4 cups of flour. We used the leftovers for bacon and egg sandwiches the next morning. Thanks for a great and easy recipe."
"We liked these cookies...the consensus around here was that they tasted just like banana bread. I didn't make the frosting, but I doubled the recipe and added a 12 oz bag of mini chocolate chips. Otherwise I followed the recipe exactly for the cookies."
"I made this without the lemon extract and thought it was very good. I might try it with the lemon extract next time for a more intense lemony flavor. I did make a glaze out of powdered sugar and lemon juice and drizzled it on the cooled cake. The glaze added alot of lemon flavor."
"This was very good. I used a canned black beans and part of a pork roast. The meat was very tender and the beans were flavorful. I left out the red pepper flakes since my family doesn't like spicy food, and this was still very tasty."
"These are terrific. The chipotle gives them a spiciness that lingers for awhile, but it's a good spiciness. I used walnuts instead of pecans because that's what I had on hand. Really good, I will be making these often."
"I made this as directed but used frozen corn for my vegetables. My husband and I liked this...especially for how easy it was. I might try some sliced almonds on top next time just for some crunch."
"We really liked this. I followed the recipe exactly and oiled the grill with olive oil before I put the burgers on. Mine took a little longer to cook, I think mine were fairly thick. I'm not really fond of the taste of ground turkey unless it's mixed in something. This recipe turned the ground turkey into a flavorful burger."
"I've been making this soup for awhile and forgot to rate it. I usually use canned tomatoes unless I have tasty homegrown fresh tomatoes. I like it spicier than my family so I add a few dashes of Tobasco to mine and we all add a little parmesan at the end."
"I used 3 chicken breasts and cooked it for about 3 and a half hours on high. I was a little disappointed in the flavor--too much ketchup flavor and not enough BBQ flavor for me. However, it was good and I appreciated that the sauce was cheaper to make than using bottled BBQ sauce."