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"I won a cook off with these. Thank you so much. Someone had made these at my son's preschool, so I came home and looked on here and found your recipe for them. I used almond bark instead of white chocolate and also made a batch of milk chocolate ones. Both were delicisous! Keep them super cold when serving. I might try using whipped cream ch..."
May 31, 2010 on Food.com
"I think your recipe is awesome, but sadly, I just don't think we like kale. I love collards, so I thought I would but it just wasn't the same. I guess I like the whole ham hock thing, but it's so much worse for you than being cooked this way. I think that if people like kale, they will love your recipe. thanks for sharing!"
May 24, 2010 on Food.com
"This was excellent. I cooked the chicken first in a little olive oil, garlic powder, paprika and salt and pepper. Set the chicken aside. Followed the rest of the recipe as written except for adding the crushed red pepper (only a 1/2 tsp at the end so I could cook some for the kids, first. I used huckleberry jam and served it with brown rice. ..."
Mar 4, 2010 on Food.com
"We love this! We did a little variation with ideas from some similar recipes on here: We cut the chicken into little cubes and marinated them with a little olive oil, poultry seasoning, garlic and paprika and then browned them in the skillet before adding them to the casserole dish. I also made the rice ahead of time because I wanted to use a f..."
Jan 13, 2010 on Food.com
"Great recipe. I think next time, I might dip the marinated fish in melted butter first, before applying the onion mixture. I also mixed in a little bit of garlic and herb bread crubs in the topping. We had a thick piece of fresh halibut so it took about ten minutes longer to cook. Thank you for a great recipe."
Nov 25, 2009 on Food.com
"I had never made or had parsnips before but my four year old son saw them in the store and wanted to try them. I think this recipe is great for people who like parsnips, but we weren't really a fan. Plus, you really need to boil them longer. Ours were still hard inside. The flavor of the breading was good though. We used garlic and herb prema..."
Nov 25, 2009 on Food.com
"I thought this was really good. It wasn't as difficult as I thought to cut then hens in half. I didn't remove the back bone....just cooked it as is and there was no problem. I really hate the taste of chili, so I didn't think I would like this, with the chili powder, but I made it exactly as is and it was great. There was no chili taste at all..."
Feb 1, 2009 on Food.com
"Don't go in expecting these to really be like pancakes, but they are very good considering how healthy they are. I used steel cut oats, two whole eggs, low fat cottage cheese and added a tsp of sugar, crushed walnuts and a tsp of cinnamon. I also used some syrup on them. My two year old gobbled them up. I liked them, too. I will keep experime..."
May 28, 2008 on Food.com
"This was a nice, light way to eat veggies. I also included a very thinly sliced red pepper, some cherry tomatoes (cut in half and some green onions. I like the fact that you can add other spices to this to include other flavors that you like. It definitely needs the crushed red pepper flakes to give is some taste. I steamed my veggies so they..."
May 27, 2008 on Food.com
"These were some of the absolute best ribs we have ever had. Everyone raved about them. I did make a few changes. I slow cooked them at 325 for three hours, let them rest for an hour and then threw them on a hot grill at the end. I accidentally bought clerey seed instead of celery salt, but still used it and added some garlic salt. I also adde..."
May 23, 2008 on Food.com