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"This is very close to the recipe I use that was passed down from my Mother and Grandmother. We call it Cornbread With A Crust because of the crispy crust the bacon grease creates. No sweet cornbread for me!"
"I made this recipe as written and I think it was very good but I would change one thing. I don't think it has enough ricotta in it. I had trouble spreading 3/4 cup of ricotta between two layers. I will probably make it again and double the ricotta. I trimmed the noodles to fit my loaf pan. I love the size of it and it was very flavorful."
"It snowed today and I wanted to make some comfort food. Wow, did this soup ever hit the spot! I used orzo because I didn't have elbow macaroni and it was terrific. The orzo thickened the broth up and it was delicious. I might have to add some water to it when I reheat it but that's ok with me."
"I tried this recipe about a year ago and have made it over and over since then. It is one of my favorite salads. During the winter, I make it with grape tomatoes and during the summer I use homegrown tomatoes. I always add a sliced cucumber to it because it makes a lot of dressing. Thanks for posting the recipe, GaylaJ!"
"I was going to make this recipe as written but decided it would make more dip than I needed so I only put in 8 ounces of shredded cheddar. I didn't measure the mayonnaise and it was more like a spread for crackers than a dip. It was delicious and everyone requested the recipe."
"This was very moist and tasty. However, I didn't measure the Season-All and I put too much of it on the chicken. It was too salty for me and I love my salt. That was my mistake though and I will make this again but I will be careful not to have such a heavy hand with the seasoning."