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"I've made this recipe before a few times but am finally getting to reviewing it. The pork chops come out pretty tasty and tender. My wife thought the apple slices were too big, even when I quartered them instead of halving. She also picks off the caraway seeds when I make it. I personally like them. I find baking apples work the best in this recip..."
May 16, 2011 on Food.com
"Being a Clevelander, I had to check this out. This is just the way I like to make my burgers. Lebron and American hamburgers both have ties to Akron, Ohio, so a burger for King James and Shaq is a great idea. Everything on this burger goes together nicely. Perfect to watch the game, along with some good Ohio chips. My tongue has been dunkadelicize..."
Oct 24, 2009 on Food.com
"I 've done this recipe a few years now. It's been quite popular for gifts. The lavender gives a nice subtle hint. The peach pieces rise to the top of the jars when canning but otherwise it's a great recipe from a great book."
Oct 22, 2009 on Food.com
"This was a nice easy recipe. I used white grapes from my yard. The color wasn't too pretty even though I added a little food coloring (a slightly earthy green jelly, but it is quite tasty. One batch for me was three pints."
Aug 28, 2009 on Food.com
"This tastes absolutely wonderful! Mine thickened down to only three half pints, but wow, what a nice color, consistency and taste! I was going to make this for gifts, but I just might squirrel this away for myself. I got to break in my new food mill too."
Aug 27, 2009 on Food.com
"This came out very good. Directions were simple and clear enough. I used last summer's harvest from the freezer. I ended up with seven 8 oz jars and two 12 oz jars. I added some dried Angelica to spice things up. Next time I'll try Lavender."
Dec 24, 2008 on Food.com
"I made these as an appetizer on the breads and pickles table for Thanksgiving. The first time I misread the recipe and used a whole package of cream cheese, not 3 ounces (nearly a third of the packeges around here stated. The second time I used the right measurements and added a little garlic paste. I used a loaf of "Texas Toast", crusts removed ..."
Dec 1, 2008 on Food.com
"These sounded awesome and easy. I had to try making them. I used my little teeny walking onions for this. Boy, do they suck up the vinegar. Loved the way the Catawissa onions felt after brining-like an olive. I'll add to the review after I get to taste them. I think they'll ba a hit on the buffet tray. Thanks Ms. Tart for another great recipe."
Oct 8, 2008 on Food.com
"I enjoyed making this. I tried it using Dr. Pepper. I used the whole can of soda and a pkg. of Certo instead of water and it gelled out nicely. My only problem was convincing my conservative friends to actually try it. Once I brought it out they all sampled it on a cracker and were fine with it, no oohs and ahhs though. Upon surveying them, they a..."
Jul 29, 2008 on Food.com
"I've been making this recipe a few years, but I'm finally taking the time to review it. What can I say other then it's fantastic and easy. It keeps well in the fridge, too."
Jul 9, 2008 on Food.com