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"Delicious! And easy. I had to be a little patient stirring over the double boiler, but other than that, nearly effortless. Will definitely make this again."
"Yummy. I put my tomatoes in the food processor; even though I took them out with a slotted spoon, that made them a bit too juicy, making my tabouli a bit too wet, but it was delicious nonetheless. I didn't add the mint (because my daughter found it on the counter and threw it out, thinking it was ... weeds?!? LOL). I'll add mint next time. I didn'..."
"Yummy. I used Chili Sauce instead of ketchup. And I didn't have time to actually marinate them, or baste them...I just skewered 'em, schmushed 'em into the sauce, then put them on the grill. They turned out great. The kids thought they were perfect as-is, but I think they were a bit too sweet; next time I'll omit or sharply reduce the quantity of ..."
"Just pulled it out of the oven and it looks and smells wonderful. I searched for a recipe like the one my family has always made -- off the baking powder can, with no sugar -- and I think this is The One. It's the basis for my Thanksgiving stuffing/dressing. I mixed the egg into the buttermilk before adding it to the dry mixture. Also I used 4 Tbs..."
"A hit with the whole family and easy too (once you get the chard washed). It's great with pot roast. Alternatively, I love Zesti_V's idea to throw in a can of chickpeas and make a meal of it. I included the stems -- just chopped them into small pieces and added them to the tomatoes first, let them cook a bit before adding the chopped leaves."
"I haven't cooked this yet, but give you three stars for posting it! I stood in line at the check out and read this recipe and thought I'd remember it...so glad to find it here so I can remind myself of what I'd read. Now, into the kitchen!"
"Good and easy. I just sliced the cabbage, tossed it in a bowl with some olivenoil and I was even out of garlic so had to use garlic powder, then spread it in a shallow roasting pan and put it in a 400 degree oven. I gave it a stir every 4 minutes or so and took it out after about 10 or 12 minutes. It was great."
"Not paying attention, I used baking powder instead of soda. Worked fine (apparently). I only used about 3/4 cup of sugar; and I used up the last few tablespoons of brown sugar. Plenty sweet. I added about a 1/3 cup of flax meal, just on general principles. I dipped my fork in water then sugar to make the criss-cross pattern, ended up with a nice g..."