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"Jimmy says thanks! He loves this recipe. He is by my side drooling as soon as I pull out the chicken livers. The smell as they cook drives him crazy! LOL! He knows what's coming. LOL! This recipe makes one large cookie sheet worth of treats at my house. I use Baker's Joy to spray my pan down and I have no trouble removing these from the pan to coo..."
Jul 20, 2007 on Food.com
"My 110 pound furbaby loves this recipe. Please discuss adding garlic to your pets food with your vet. My vet says it's a natural flea repellent and safe in small doses."
Jul 12, 2007 on Food.com
"Good home cookin'. Just like my Mom's except she never put poultry seasoning in her dumplings. I can't wait to make this again and again. This is a good recipe to work with as everyone can tweak it to their own tastes and make it their own and no one will leave hungry. That's for sure. *wink* Thx for posting this Susie. I'll be sure to add a photo..."
Jul 4, 2007 on Food.com
"This is a very good recipe. The only change I made was to boil my orzo in chicken broth to add a little more flavor. This recipe does not need as much olive oil as the recipe states so I suggest going with a smaller amount then once you stir it together you can always add more to suit your tastes.I like to make this the day before serving and stor..."
Jul 3, 2007 on Food.com
"This is a good recipe. I like to add pressed garlic into my tomato mixture and a little balsamic or red wine vinegar for some zing. But this is a good basic recipe to build off of. I cut my bread on the bias so it's in longer pieces to hold more tomatoes. I also brush the bread pieces with olive oil and rub raw garlic on them before toasting them ..."
Jun 26, 2007 on Food.com