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"Years ago, my mom made this recipe, and it was in instant hit. Then, somehow, she lost the recipe, and we spent the next couple of decades looking for it. Thanks to you, Latchy, we've finally found it. This recipe is simple, elegant, subtle, and -- with freshly ground allspice -- of restaurant quality. And the fresh, green color is exquisite. The ..."
"This is a favorite at my house -- a spectacular variation on that bake sale staple, lemon bars. Really great for a Southwestern/Tex-Mex dessert plate."
"I absolutely love this recipe. It's one that my mother got from her sister sometime in the '70s -- with two major differences. In our version, the onions are scallions, and the peanuts are cashews. I usually stick to fresh and natural, but this is real comfort food to me, regardless of all the canned ingredients. We love it so much that we've ..."
"This has been a family favorite since I was in high school. We've used it as an appetizer, and as a picnic main dish, where it goes especially well with dilled potato salad. The only difference is that our recipe calls for chili sauce in place of the ketchup."
"This recipe has been a family favorite since my mother cut it out of the L.A. Times back in the '70s. We have used candied cherries, candied pineapple, Hershey's kisses, dates, Andes Mints, and minced, dried apricots (sugar-sweetened and shaped into a ball) as fillings, with different, pastel-tinted frostings and different garnishes for each diff..."
"Super hot and spicy! At my house, that translates to "outstanding". I did find that it was more edible when I scraped the seeds and veins out of half the serranos. Even then, it still had a gratifying kick. Thanks for posting this one: It went well with the Grilled Pineapple Salad (Recipe #24563) that was posted on the same day."
"Terrific recipe! Works even without the maple flavoring if you use real maple syrup. I use this sauce on chicken tenders, and it makes a really quick-cooking meal on movie nights."
"I had to add another quart of stock to accommodate all the vegetables. I doubled the spices as well. Nevertheless, the flavor is first rate, and this recipe won raves from my family on a miserable, rainy Tuesday night. This is my new favorite beef stew. I can't wait to make it for a crowd!"