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"Big hit at our house. It was a little bland-ish, and we decided that the next time it's made, it will have something added to it. Onion, or garlic (because even garlic needs garlic), or ham. However, it satisfied that night's needs of "fast" and "easy," and everyone remarked that it needs to be kept onhand for future ..."
"I started with a bag of frozen wings and my 6 qt crockpot. I misread the oil. I read tablespoons instead of teaspoons, and this was after I'd already doubled the recipe. I added WAY too much oil (it spilled into the crock). I added jarred minced garlic with abandon. I carefully measured the soy, ginger and honey. I substituted dried minced onion f..."
"Easy to prep. Used about a cup of pre-shredded cheese. Husband went back for seconds, and my picky-eater 5 yr old is devouring his share like nobody's business. I added some powdered garlic and paprika.Yeah, I'll be making this again."
"I generally make this with pork shoulder, for my weekend gaming group. There have been fights over the last serving :) Also, I add a cup of uncooked 5 minute rice to it when I add the sour cream, and use that instead of noodles."
"I add in a generous dollop of minced garlic to the beef, adding in the salt and pepper as it's all browning in the skillet. My family ADORES this! I also use a larger dish, so the biscuit topping is thin. My husband especially enjoys it."
"Made'em for T-giving at the office, got 80 cookies out of it. *Four* returned home. I like to have the butter at room temperature before throwing it in the mixer with the sugars."
"I would use a bit less yeast... I used the 2.5 teaspoons, and BOY-HOWDY, did it rise! And then it deflated... But it's a VERY tasty bread, and likely to become our standard sandwich bread."
"I made this with a 32 oz jar of baby dills. Sliced'em in half and otherwise prepped as directed (heated the koolaid concoction just enough to melt the sugar). Let them sit in the fridge for a week (the warm syrup made the jar re-seal when it cooled). I didn't even get to bring home an empty jar from the BBQ I took them to, they went THAT fast! :)"