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"I tried this and gave some to a friend. It was very good. (I made one small mistake - the 450g tin of crushed pineapple obtainable in Australia is too much - it is closer to 16 ozs. This made the crunch a little wet, so be warned. To overvome the worst of this, I left the crumble stand for 24 hours. This helped a little.)Apart from my mista..."
"This is wonderful to taste, and very easy to make. I cheated and had a bought, unbaked pie crust. It is simple to make and, in my opinion it tastes best served cold. I did try it while it was still warm, but I must have been a little too eager, as I burned my tongue. But the wonderful aroma that was wafting around was more than I could resist...."
"I made this, but forgot the puris! Its great! For personal taste I omitted the coconut (don't like coconut)but it still tastes very good.It is easy to make, but I would recommend that you use a bowl with a lid for step 8. Just covering the bowl with cling wrap, I still had a stron smell of mango through my refrigerator.I also tried this usi..."
"Jan, this is just as I remember the taste of the Seafood cocktail sauce. (Previously I had been given a recipe that didn't include cream - it didn't quite taste right.) I still love to sop up the sauce with bread after all the seafood is eaten. This is very simple and easy to make and has the right texture and taste. The only drawback with t..."
"Hey! This is good stuff! I've often made Candied Rose Petals, but this adds a new twist. I used petals from more than one rose bush, so I had slightly different tastes (each bush has a slightly different tasting petal.) Both my friend and I loved these.I also prepared a second lot adding just a sliver of ginger (preserved in syrup) to the cre..."
"Mmmm! True comfort food. My husband can't eat pork, so I used beef sausages instead. Still stasted good.Its easy to make. I served it with peas and honey/sesame carrot and it was wonderful. Do try it."
"With just me to cook for, I had to rather reduce the quantities, but oohh, I like this way of eating potatoes. Pittsburg is now on my list of 'towns to visit' next time I am in USA. It wasn't difficult to make, and with the smalled quantity, took less time to cook.Try it, I'm sure you'll enjoy it."
"I couldn't possibly fit all of this between just two slices of bread, so I made several sandwiches. I was able to buy shaved ham (which is ham cut so thinkly you can almost see throught it). This made using 3 slices of ham acceptable, but I only used half of the cheese and coleslaw and served the french fries as a side.This worked well. The ..."
"Very easy to make. Maybe just a little too much cheese for my personal taste, but I have no complaints. (Mind you, it was a tasty cheddar cheese that I used.) I enjoyed it and will be very glad to cook it again. It stores well in the refrigerator and makes a lovely "topping" for toast when cold."
"Very simple to make. Easy to store, although I found it did tend to thicken up a little while being stored (maybe this was just that the jellied cranberry sauce available was very thick to start with). A minute or so in the microwave and it was easily pourable again.I served it over icecream. I don't think I want to add it to other desserts, ..."