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"This one is a keeper in my house. Even my 3 1/2 yr. old grandson....who can be picky about potatoes ( his favorites are french fries and mashed potaoes ) had 4 helpings ! I left out the cayenne. wasn't a problem leaving it out. A simple and easy and tasty recipe....thanks keen5."
"This recipe sounds very similar to the one my mother used to make --- which was the best --- and her recipe is the only one I will make now. And I have tried many over the many years. After you add the catsup to the top ... she often placed a couple slices of bacon on the top...not too much or you'll have too much grease. Also try adding ..."
"Would also recommend using some seasoning on the chicken. I never used liquid smoke before...assumed it's flavoring would take care of it. I have a small crock pot...within 2 hours the meat was falling off the bones. Was left with pieces which i could have used for barbeque sandwiches. Without seasoning first I thought it was bland tasting. "
"this recipe sounds similar to an old recipe I have for beef roast...except in the one I have...the liquid is a can of beer...(and water)...and a few caraway seeds. When this cooks on top of your stove you wouldn't believe the magnificent aroma which spreads through your house !! "
"made this yesterday...baked in oven as suggested by two readers...was disappointed because potaoes were still hard after 45 min. But I did not use reds...used white. They were cubed small enough..so I don't know why they behaved like they did ! Anyone trying this recipe..I would suggest NOT using a white potato and if you do>>test potato for donen..."
"Oh my yes...here I am again! In my first review of this recipe..oh dear...forgot to say that the ham and cabbage soup my mother taught me to make...add peeled cubed potatoes !!! make sure there's enough liquid in pot to let potatoes cook in (you would add potatoes as the last ingredient) A one pot meal...rye bread goes well with this."
"Oh my gosh..fantastic soup. Who would think these five cans of items would blend so well!!! I also added a touch of Tabasco to kick it up a bit...as one reviewer suggested. Next time though I think I will also use frozen mixed vegetables...give it a bit of crispness...never fancied canned mixed vegetables anyway. Will most definitely make this aga..."