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"This is a very good burger.
Made it this afternoon for hubby and friend using all ingredients except sesame oil and scallions-used canola and vidalia in place of and they turned out really good anyway!
I 'fried' them on grill cook pan on top of stove and served on thin sanwhich rounds w/ cheese and a little olive-mayo on top....they were ..."
Oct 30, 2010 on Food.com
"This recipe was so easy to make and tastes very good to boot-so five stars from me( and my hubby!I made it just as directed exceptI didn't have any rum on hand, so I used imitation rum flavor, but halved the amount called for, and it was delicious!Went to liquor store today while out just to buy a bottle of rum to have on hand to make it again!..."
May 25, 2010 on Food.com
"Perfect Scallops! I made this recipoe exactly as written.These came out light and hot. The lemon added while they rest in pan is the perfect touch. I will be keeping this recipe and using it very often. Thank You!"
Mar 19, 2010 on Food.com
"This cake is divine! I am so happy I have this recipe. This was served to my Small Group a couple months ago that meets on Wednesday nights and they all really enjoyed it. My husband devoured the rest. I 'm making it again for them tonight. I would like to know if there is a version of this that utilizes yellow cake?I found the cake to be sooo..."
Feb 2, 2010 on Food.com
"This was a nice fresh diversion from just plain old one fruit crisp. I made it as related in recipe, except I used 1/2 strawberries and 1/2 blueberries to make up for the 3 cups total of blueberries. I used fresh peaches w/ their skins left on (more nutrients and made it in a 6 X 9 size baker pan. I also used Turbindo sugar for the topping. O..."
Jul 27, 2009 on Food.com
"Fantastic! The water bath while baking is key.I used probably 2 cups of fresh peaches w/ skins on in your recipe as well as usng fat free evaporated milk. I used a honey-nut type of sanwhich bread minus the crusts and it was wonderful. The only thing I think I needed to change was the cooking time. I had mine in for probably a good hour.At ab..."
Jul 9, 2009 on Food.com
"Yea! I found a bread machine recipe that delivers!This recipe( I made dinner rolls, was delicious. I used all ingredients as listed and also included the optional melted butter and shortening. I have a brand new ZOJIRUSHI HOME BAKERY X20 and have been trying various recipes the past week...most were dissappointing.I used the basic dough set..."
Feb 4, 2009 on Food.com
"Have made this recipe twice so far and my family loves it! It makes a really easy frozen dinner too, which is convienient for a family on the go.The first time I made this I did exactly as recipe stated and it was really good.The second time I made this I did not have mozzarella cheese on hand, so I substituted a montery jack/colby blend. I ..."
Aug 26, 2008 on Food.com
"Yep, these are 5 stars for sure! I had a variation of these for the first time over Hanukkah, and just knew I had to come on here and look some recipes up. I made them just as stated, using vanilla bark 'chocolate' and Milk chocolate bark, drizzling them alternately over the truffles after they were made. Not only were they fabulously tasteful for..."
Dec 14, 2007 on Food.com
"I love pumpkin pie- and this recipe just kicked the taste up a notch! I had my son go to the store for me to buy some eggnog- He returned w/ pumpkin flavored eggnog( who knew?, so I used that. It was delicious! It went over well @ Thanksgiving dinner- and I think I will try making little tarts w/ the recipe, or bite sized ones next time. Thanks f..."
Dec 3, 2007 on Food.com