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"The recipe was very easy to follow. I added a little ground clove and cinnamon, but still found it kind of bland. Still, I will make it again, probably doubling the Wostershire sauce and add a couple drops of Tobascco."
"Easy & delicious. I used apple cider vinegar instead of apple juice. I also soaked the corned beef in water for about an hour before I put it in the slow cooker to reduce the saltiness. The sauce is very good with or without the horseradish. This will be my go-to recipe for St. Patrick's Day from now on"
"Excellent side dish. I was out of garlic and substituted about a tablespoon of minced onion. This recipe was a big hit at my house. Hint: put parchment paper on the cookie sheet to make clean up easy."
"My family loved this. I reduced the fat by omitting the bacon, pock belly, and the spicy sausage. So the result was a less complex flavor, but it was still very good. I added cumin, too."
"Makes a great breakfast or brunch dish for a crowd. I've used Swiss, Cheddar, and mixtures of cheese. Smoked gouda made it really special."
"Not too sweet, Orange Slush is a regualr feature of our Christmas Eve get-together. Consume with a spoon or let it melt a bit and drink from a pretty glass."
"Nice balance of fruit, spice. Not too sweet. Fiber rich. Would be good with a shot of brandy or rum. Who could ask for more? When I cooked the mixture it seemed too dry so I added back the stock from the stew beef. The pie baked up just fine. I doubled the receipe and that gave me enough for three 9 in. pies."
"A great dish especially good for those who don't like hard boiled eggs in their potato salad. I use less onion and substitute fat free plain yogurt for the sour cream."