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"My husband and I love this strong flavored dip with tortilla chips. In our slightly modified version, we add 3 cloves of garlic and add 2 heaping Tablespoons of red onion instead of reserving onion as a garnish. For those who like a thinner consistency, I recommend saving some of the bean liquid and adding it very slowly to the dip until it reache..."
"I love lemon but found that leaving the peels on the lemons made this pie exceptionally bitter. Also, the peels didn't cook down into a typical pie filling. Perhaps I was not able to cut the lemons thin enough? I think if the lemons were peeled that this pie would have been nice and I may try making it that way in the future."
"This juice is wonderful! Both my husband and I LOVE it! I juiced red grapes in my own juicer instead of purchasing juice and strained the juice prior to serving. Move over apple cider - this is our new favorite!"
"I thought this punch was wonderful and my family did also. I ommitted the sugar because I didn't think it needed sweetening. I served this in two pitchers but am inspired to buy myself a punch bowl to serve this in next time as it's so good!"
"I love pears and this was a perfect side dish with Christmas dinner. I used fructose (fruit sugar) instead of regular sugar and omitted the food coloring. It was perfect as it was but next time I might add more cinnamon stick to the mix. Thank you for sharing this recipe. I anticipate making this every year for Christmas from now on!"
"Very tasty! A great way to make green beans. I omitted the mushrooms and minced the onion rather than cutting into wedges. Next time I'm going to add a little more milk to the cheese/milk mixture and use a fork to mix it up rather than the mixer."
"This drink recipe looked interesting to me so I made it last night and like it a lot. It's different than any drink I've ever had and has holiday spice flavors I enjoy.This recipe makes about 3-4 quarts so I plan to cut the recipe in half next time I make it."