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"5 stars all the way. My Aunt made the best candied sweet potato in the world and these rivaled hers. So sweet, cinnamoney and easy to make. Even better the next day. I would of liked the sauce to be thicker, My potatoes were tender before the sauce was reduced. I removed the potatos and continued to reduce the sauce."
"5 stars is not enough for this recipe. It was fantastic. I used four varieties of onions (yellow, white, red and vidalla) and used a 1/2 cup of unsalted butter instead of the oil. I cooked the onions on med-low heat until carmalized. about 45 minutes. I also added a little Worchester sauce. Followed the recipe from that point forward. The end resu..."
"Great tasting and moist meatloaf. Right up there with the best I have made. The topping I found very sweet. It mellowed out after baking. I added dry minced onions and a little liquid smaoke to the topping."
"Taste wise nothing short of fantastic. I did have little problem getting it to thicken up. I ended up adding maybe 1/8 cup more flour mixed with some flour."
"Loved loved this recipe. I did not have a Onion gravy mix so I use a packet of Lipton Onion soup. It worked out great.
I also deglazed my pan with a little wine after the browning. I also added a layer of sliced onions over the steaks before pouring the gravy mixture over them."
"This was the best Bean Soup I have ever made. I halved the recipe. Replaced 1/4 cup of water with pan drippings from our Thanksgiving ham. I also added a little liquid smoke to the recipe.
Thank you for posting"
"These were great.I did not have any refried beans for the recipe I was making. I made these and used half in my recipe and ate the other half myself. They would make a wonderful side dish alone.
I used 1 can of Pinto beans and 1 can of dark red kidnet beans."
"This was fantastic. I didn't use the jalepano peppers, because I live with a bunch of Gerber Mouths. I did add a little of Ancho Chilli powder to the jars. I know I did not make enough. Will definitely make more next year."
"My turned out real salty. I even cut the salt in half. Other wise it had great flavor. A little more smoeyness would have been good.
I used a chuck roast and cooked on low for 10 hours. Melt in your mouth tender. Next time I will cut the salt to 1/2 TBS."