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"These were not bad -- but I will say that, for our family, the spices in the gravy introduced a jarring note into this Mexican dish. Also, I think we would like these better with something besides ground beef for filling."
"This was a huge hit. I did follow a few of the other reviewers' suggestions -- I pre-soaked the beans. I used three cups of water rather than four (and still thought it was a bit too much so I drained some of it). I added a chopped onion and a chopped jalapeno, then cooked it all in the crock pot for 7 1/2 hours. It was all I could do to keep fo..."
"This has become one of our favorite after-school treats. I make it with the optional vanilla and egg, because we like the cakier texture. Last time I made it, I did cut cold butter into the brown sugar and cinnamon, because I was getting butter/sugar stuff baked on the bottom of my pan, but I don't think it makes much difference. The taste real..."
"I have made these twice this winter already and they are a big hit with my family -- there is just something about buttermilk that makes wonderful baked goods. The only change I made was to proof the yeast in a small, warmed glass bowl and then add it to the other ingredients in the large bowl. It's a beautiful dough, rolls out easily -- I also ..."
"I often have my sister-in-law's three children for dinner in addition to our own four, and I appreciated finding this quick, filling and tasty meal to feed "the gang." I double the amount of ravioli, but found that doubling the amount of water and tomato sauce made the whole thing mushy. I also save adding the cheese for the last hour of cooking...."
"You gotta have this with kids -- I mix up a big batch and pack it for trips, along with small disposable drinking cups to pass around the car. Keep it in the cooler though; M&Ms may not melt in your hand but they sure will in a hot car. :)"
"Heeding some of the hints from earlier reviewers, I used 4 cups of oatmeal in this -- I also added sliced almonds and peanuts, and it ended up a little too dry so I was adding more oil and honey just before popping it into the oven. This was my first granola, and my son told me it's the best he's ever had! I learned that "cooling" granola means ..."
"This recipe alarms me -- I think it's a great idea to find a way to use the peelings, but peach pits are toxic. They contain cyanide (admittedly in small amounts) and should be discarded."
"I've been making this recipe (as rolls) for a month and a half now. We love bread at our house, and this recipe, thanks to the bread machine, makes it easy and delicious. I follow the recipe exactly as written, except I use a glass 9x13. It helps to make sure you have your rack in the middle of the oven so the bottoms don't get too brown. Also..."
"Yum, yummy. I made these without the vanilla and thought they were great. I used my cookie scooper(probably makes 2" balls") and only got about 2 dozen cookies, plus they needed a little extra baking time. This is too easy and too good; it will be in the "cookie rotation" for sure."