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"Finally a recipe close to the scones my DH and I had in Ireland this past summer! I must note that one should pay particular attention to step 8 for best rising. I kneaded just a tad too much on my first batch. One really wants the dough to JUST come together and roll very lightly. Thank you SO much for posting this receipe. It's a keeper."
Dec 7, 2007 on Food.com
"This cake came out very well. I searched for this recipe here after a coworker told me it was his all time favorite cake, and he hasn't been able to find it here in the Northeast US. Apparently it was the right one, because no a crumb was left. I made one change, by baking it in a bundt pan, rather than 2 round cake pans, as I didn't have the cor..."
Aug 31, 2007 on Food.com
"This was very tasty. I forgot to buy ginger, so I added about a tsp of mustard powder for a bite. The DH loved it. I'll be making it again."
May 27, 2007 on Food.com
"You just can't go wrong with this recipe. It' moist and tender, sweet and sour and can be eaten hot or cold. We used boneless, skinless chicken thighs for this. It please both my adventurous DH and two picky parents. Thanks for posting!"
May 26, 2007 on Food.com
"We cooked this last week for lunchmeat. The DH loved it. It was flavorful, inexpensive and easy to make. We used the pan drippings to make the best onion dip for chips we've ever had. Just remove the drippings to a bowl, add sour cream to taste and enjoy. Thanks for posting!"
May 26, 2007 on Food.com
"The DH and I loved this. I cut the heat by scraping the seeds and membrane out of the chilies. This provided a nice smokey flavor without mouth searing heat. I also forgot to pick up the beef broth, so I used a cup of V-8 which I had on hand. This makes far more than 6-8 servings. My husband and I had this for two nights and barely put a dent in i..."
May 18, 2007 on Food.com
"Finally a tuna salad that doesn't ooze out of the sandwich when you eat it. Yea!!!! As a bonus, the DH loves it. I used Ken's French dressing as Ott's is not available here. It worked very well. Thanks for posting!"
May 16, 2007 on Food.com
"This was a refreshing change of pace for our Mother's Day brunch. I was looking for something to please a very picky Mom, and this fit the bill. It was filling without being overly greasy, as some breakfast casseroles tend to be. I used 4 teaspoons of olive oil and cooking spray on the pan to cut back the fat. We'll be making it again soon. Thanks..."
May 14, 2007 on Food.com
"The DH and I used about 1/2 of 16oz bag of pre-shredded slaw. I forgot to buy the chilies, so I added 1 tsp of chipotle Tabasco sauce. The receipe took exactly 20 minutes from pre-heating the oven to sitting at the table. This crispy treat will be in our rotation as well. Thanks for posting!"
Apr 13, 2007 on Food.com