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"This was a great recipe and I will definately use it again although I did make a few changes to it. I followed the basic recipe, but I ended up adding rosemary and thyme to the chicken also. The chicken really was great, but I think without the extra seasonings it may have been a little too bland for my familys taste. To ensure that the chicken wa..."
"This recipe has great flavor. Although I did encounter a problem with the consistency, I do believe it was a measuring error on my part. A great way to use up all those blackberries the kids bring home!"
"I made this recipe and found that I did not have any marjoram, but it still turned out fine. I did add some salt, pepper, and paprika to the rice crust and added a little bit of celery salt to the filling. This is a flexible recipe that can be suited to anyones taste. Thanks For Sharing!"
"I used this recipe for my first turkey many years ago. I had honestly forgot about it until coming across it on recipezaar. Thank you so much for sharing this recipe with others. P.S. I only used one bag on a small turkey and after rinsing and drying the turkey, put a rosemary and ginger rub on, sealed it in the buttered bag, and put it in the f..."
"This is definately a family favorite! Tastes great and you would not ever guess that there is cabbage in it! I prefer it without the nuts but adding marshmallows."
"These were awesome cookies!! They definately have a texture that is unique and satisfying. They are not your typical oatmeal cookie (wich I feel is a good thing). This is a recipe that I will make again and again."
"This is good, but I prefer it better if with some cheese, onions, chiles, or jalepnos. Also, I prefer to make it layered, instead of all mixed up into one bowl. If you layer it with the cream cheese on the bottom, it adds a lot of dimemsion to the dip. "