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"Absolutely first freakin' class! I followed the recipe to a T. (Well, OK, I have to fess up that I did add several drops of chipotle Tabasco to the sauce recipe. The flavours of the spices were very noticeable and distinct, while not being overpowering. A couple of comments, though: first, even though I filled each tortilla with over 1/4 cup of t..."
Jan 27, 2004 on Food.com
"This recipe had its ups and downs ? 99% ups, 1% downs ? here?s the skinny. A generous co-worker recently donated a crockpot to our office staff. In the same breath that he used to make his announcement of the donation, he said, ?OK, Miller, you?re the chef in the house ? DO something with it!? So I subsequently trotted up the street to my friendly..."
Jul 22, 2003 on Food.com
"Nothing but pluses for this one. Doesn?t get any easier and quicker than browning some beef and opening a couple of cans. Except for the refried beans, that is ? I used Di Neal?s refried beans, having vowed never to buy canned again. And what an unusual but absolutely delightful combination of green enchilada sauce and mushroom soup ? whoda thunki..."
Jun 30, 2003 on Food.com
"I had a serious problem with this recipe. I did not discover until after I was finished making it that some totally incompetent bozo at the margarine packaging plant had put a whole bunch of margarine into boxes marked ?butter?. I hope these idiots realize what an inconvenience they caused me, because now I am going to be forced to eat this whole ..."
Mar 10, 2003 on Food.com
"Holy belly-rubs, Batman! My wife is diabetic and, up until a few months ago, I would frequently scour diabetic web sites looking for desserts that I could make for her. I have essentially abandoned that practice because so many of those recipes simply suck and, instead, I now look for dessert recipes that I think might lend themselves well to bein..."
Mar 6, 2003 on Food.com
"This recipe will light up your life and clear your sinuses at the same time. I followed the recipe to a ?T? except that I had to use salt substitute. Oh, and before I forget, I think there may be a typo in the ingredient list ? it calls for 3 cloves of garlic, but I suspected that was possibly meant to read ?8 cloves garlic?, so I followed my gut ..."
Feb 24, 2003 on Food.com
"I went to my local butcher and told him I wanted Jimmy Dean. The butcher said, ?How many years have you been asleep? Jimmy Dean is six feet under, pushing up daisies.? I said, ?No, silly, I think Jimmy Dean might be some kind of sausage.? He said, ?Best I can do is some of the sausage we make ourselves. If you like, I can label it ?Hank Williams? ..."
Jan 29, 2003 on Food.com
"I made this with fresh local lamb from my butcher. I only had to make one change, because you cannot buy pancetta within 5 miles of here, so I used � pound of chopped, uncured, slab bacon instead. The recipe calls for 6 cloves of garlic but, fortunately, I could only find 10 in my pantry, so I had to make do with just the 10. One comment regarding..."
Jan 27, 2003 on Food.com
"As most ?zaar ?old-timers? are aware, I have to keep my salt intake to an absolute minimum and so I was forced to make a couple of minor substitutions ? I used � lb. ground beef, � lb. Italian sausage and � lb. chorizo sausage; I used sodium-free canned tomatoes and added my own Italian spices and; I skipped the tablespoon of salt (none of the din..."
Jan 21, 2003 on Food.com
"Our Christmas dinner this year was comprised entirely of dished that I had never prepared, nor even eaten in a restaurant, before, and I chose this soup to try because it met those qualifications. Having never made it before, I prepared it in strict accordance with the ingredient list and preparation (that would be ?fixing? to you Americans who se..."
Dec 26, 2002 on Food.com