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"My DH LOVES this recipe. He requests it every time we go to a picnic or potluck. I love using bowtie pasta because it looks pretty, and the pasta holds onto the sauce really well! Rotini is also perfect for the same reason. When I take this to a potluck, I usually just garnish the top with some lettuce, but at home I mix the lettuce in just before..."
Dec 12, 2009 on Food.com
"This is a twist on a classic southern family recipe...we have been making this for years! The only difference is we slice the cooked sweet potato and layer it with little slabs of butter and brown sugar/pecans and do about 4 layers to fill the casserole dish - then bake for 15 minutes before you serve, plus another 5 with the marshmallows on top! ..."
Sep 2, 2009 on Food.com
"This recipe was fabulous. Everyone loved it. If I could change one thing, I'd probably ease off on the cumin a little bit. I doubled the sauce recipe to have extra - I should have used 1 1/2 the cumin.Otherwise, everyone loved it!"
Jun 5, 2009 on Food.com
"These were really delicious. The boys went nuts for them - a great alternative to BBQ'ing. I am in an apartment, and don' t have a BBQ so this is an easy go-to for inside cooking! The liquid smoke really helps the ribs taste like they've been on the BBQ."
May 25, 2009 on Food.com
"This is such a fun shot...BUT this person forgot to mention that you have to FREEZE a spoon (hold in ice for a few minutes, and then slowsly pour the baileys over the back of the frozen spoon into the shot glass. Otherwise, the chemical reaction won't occur properly and you'll just end up with a brown shot. So tasty and not overwhelmingly boozy."
Oct 3, 2006 on Food.com