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"This turned out really well and really tasted good. It seems hard at first look but it is pretty easy in the end. Make a paste and slap it on. I used flounder and worked perfectly. Most definitely a keeper of a recipe. Great one!"
"These are really good. We didn't follow the directions and sprayed the iron first. DON'T DO IT!!! The waffles won't get crisp. The second go 'round we went spray free and were rewarded with fluffy crispy waffles. Perfect."
"I am a professed meatloaf hater but I made this and have to admit it was good. It was actually really good. Very easy to make and actually tasted like meat and not sopped up hamburger fat. The dressing really helped and I liked it not just being catchup."
"Excellent recipie and very easy to put together. I agree with earlier posters that browning the chicken first gives it some better color and texture. I also took the chicken out of the mix for about 10 minutes in the middle of the process to keep it from getting overcooked and dry. Mum dun good."
"This recipe rocks. Whenever summer peaks hits head up, I break out the habaneros. While at first I only used 4 peppers, I have since doubled it. While it is really, really hot, it is a good hot. Full of flavor. Once you try this, you will never go back to that store bought crap."
"This was a really enjoyable soup. It has become a "keeper". I agree other posters that an extra squeeze of lemon balances it out. For me, I preferred more beans so I muddled about half a cup to give a little more meaty flavor. I didn't want to over do it."
"This chili really rocks. I made a couple alterations. I have no idea what dark or light chili powder is so I improvised and bought a dark one and made my own light. I could have eased up on the cayenne as it left its reminder card but overall, a great chili. My recommendations are to cut the cayenne in half if you aren't used to it, increase the c..."