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"This is a great dessert! I got the recipe from my wonderful MIL several years ago, and everyone loves it. The pretzel crust gives a nice nut-like, crunchy, salty counter-point to the sweet and creamy filling and strawberry top. It's also a very pretty presentation!"
Aug 23, 2009 on Food.com
"Add 1/8 to 1/4 tsp. of almond extract, and this goes from wonderful to fabulous! This is the buttercream icing I use for cake decorating, and I always get raves for it!"
Jan 20, 2009 on Food.com
"This is a great recipe, that I had mis-laid, but plan on making again as soon as I get some rhubarb and marshmallows! It is definitely NOT for the diabetic in the family, but I have made it using Splenda and sugar-free jello, with absolutely no change in the flavor... must be from the sugar in the marshmallows and "regular" cake mix! Either way..."
Jul 16, 2008 on Food.com
"Mmmmmmmmmm. This was a hit at today's Thanksgiving dinner! I was so full after the feast, I hardly had room for the pie, but the flavor of the brandy with the pecans was wonderful! I intend to enjoy another slice later this evening when I can fully enjoy it with a good cup of coffee. I didn't have any dark Karo on hand, so used the light. I a..."
Nov 22, 2007 on Food.com
"Cold brewed coffee is wonderful! By cold brewing, about 1/3 of the caffeine is eliminated, and 2/3 of the acids. It makes preparing a cup off coffee (hot or cold as simple as instant, with fresh brewed flavor. I have been cold-brewing for a long time, and know folks who have done so for over 30 years. HOWEVER, while it can be done this way, it ..."
Jul 12, 2007 on Food.com
"I made this yesterday morning, for last night's dinner. We all enjoyed it! It is one of those recipes that you can tweak to fit your tastes and pantry...I added chopped red onion with the veggies, and used red and yellow peppers. Also added grilled chicken to make a "dinner" salad. All I had was black sesame seeds, but they added to the colors..."
Jul 3, 2007 on Food.com
"This could be an acquired taste, but I, too, grew up eating and loving this! The only thing I do differently, is to make a sauce with the mayo and a little of the pear juice. You can add a little sugar or sweetener to the sauce, if you think it needs it. And then, I tend to go a little heavy with the cheese! Try this, it's tasty!"
Jun 24, 2007 on Food.com
"In reply to Melody, the story I've always heard is that, in the "Old Days" Momma would be making these wonderful little gems, and the dogs would gather by the kitchen door, barking and begging for the treats. So Momma would occasionally toss one out the door, saying "Hush, puppy!". It coulda happened..."
Dec 14, 2006 on Food.com
"This is my DH's favorite cookie, ever. His Grandmother has been baking them for years! She (and I usually leaves out the raisins and adds chocolate chips. Yummy! We now have the third generation hooked on them! For those of you who have not cooked with persimmons before, you want to buy the ones that are very soft that appear overripe, almos..."
Nov 13, 2006 on Food.com
"Just wanted to comment, that Kool-Aid is a terrific dye, as anyone who has tried to get it out of light colored carpets or upholstry knows! My Mom used to hand spin our home-grown wool, and used Kool Aid to dye it! The Grape flavor made a beautiful robin's egg blue color on the wool."
Nov 9, 2006 on Food.com