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"I liked the consistency of the baked beans but I'm used to a sweeter version. So I may add a little bit more brown sugar next time or use molasses. I did my bacon in the microwave too and just mixed the bacon crumbles up in the beans. I cut the recipe way back since I was just making them for 2 of us so they baked/set up quicker than the full r..."
"Dawn, I'm so glad I found this recipe for Easter dinner. For people having trouble finding pear juice, check the baby food aisle of your grocery. I followed your measurements to a "T" I had an 8 pound spiral cut smoked ham and on sale at 1.99 per pound, it sure saved some money and was so dang easy to fix.
The honey & brown sugar mixtu..."
"I came across this recipe in a recent People magazine. I can't believe I had missed out on this before! I needed a dessert for just the two of us for Thanksgiving and we loved the texture/taste. I just used store-bought croissants and added a touch of cinnamon. So glad to see it posted here so I don't lose the page I tore out of our magazine. ..."
"I was looking for a quick and easy lasagna to make for tonite's dinner. I'm sure glad that I chose this one. Since we like a meaty lasagna, I did add hamburger to the spaghetti sauce, along with minced garlic. It was so easy to put together and I loved not having to cook the noodles first. Went great with a salad and garlic bread. We'll make ..."
"Love, love, love this! I absolutely loved the sauce, which I doubled as many recommended. It was sweet, tangy and spicy! I am not overly crazy about sirloin steak, but this came out beautifully tender and succulent. I wasnt sure if "prepared mustard" meant dijon mustard of the regular yellow kind. Since my dijon was at the bottom of the jar, ..."
"I really enjoyed this! I used to have a Betty Crocker recipe that was similiar to this but couldnt locate. Only change I made was to use pecans instead of almonds, just a preference thang!"
"Definitely southern style. I've fixed them this way for years. Another variation is to use small chopped up bits of country ham (instead of bacon) and omit the salt because of the saltiness of the country ham. I generally use Allen's flat-style italian cut beans but just regular canned beans works well for this too."
"Boy does this recipe take me back some 45+ years. My dear gramma used to make this for all of us grandkids when we visited them on their farm. All 5 of us girls and granddaddy would sit at the table with a big ole bowl and thought we were having the finest dessert ever! Thanks for the memories today when I especially needed them."
"I've been making these forever. I first found the recipe in a Country Extra (1992) magazine and have been enjoying them ever since. Glad to see it posted here as my copy had become a bit tattered and I came here to post for safe keeping. These chops are super easy to make and they are extremely tender and moist. The sauce has a tiny kick to it..."
"Ok, we had mixed reviews on this one. Some thought it was too chickeny(?), I guess because of the cream of chicken soup and I think we were looking for a thinner broth type dish. I thought it was terribly easy to make (which is always a plus) and quite tasty. I used the smaller size Pillsbury biscuits (not the Grands) and dumplings were cooked ..."