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"Delicious! Didn't have Old Bay, so I used Cajun; baked at 325 for 2 1/2 hours, then put them on a 225 degree grill for 10 minutes each side. Will definitely make again."
"I made this pretty close to the original, plus the 1 TBSP beef bouillon and 1/8 tsp ginger, as suggested by the other reviewer. I started the soup by sauteeing the veggies in a little butter before I added the liquids. I also threw in a whole green onion while cooking. DELICIOUS :)"
"Just made this with mostly whole wheat flour. FABULOUS! Light and moist, even with the heavy flour. Didn't put the extra rosemary on top; brushed the finished loaves with melted butter and sea salt. The herbs could easily be substituted with others per your taste. Thank you for posting."
"I never like giving negative feedback, but I wanted to rate if for those (like me) who would flock to it based on the number of reviews. This is next to horrible. Banana bread is a staple in our house; I buy bananas just so they will over ripen and I can bake it, and am always looking for a new reicipe to try. I followed the recipe to the T. Dry, ..."
"Love this! I doubled the batch, using VERY green organic heirloom tomatoes. I roasted & charred 6 banana peppers, 4 jalapenos, 2 serranos, 3 medium white onions, 3 red bell peppers and 2 green bell peppers. I also added some pureed adobo chiles, in sauce (canned, store bought. It cooked up to a sweet, hot flavor that has been the favorite of the..."
"Pretty standard recipe, no surprises and easy to make. I added 1-2 TBSP of white vinegar, essential in bringing the flavors of pico together. Delicious and fresh."
"DELICIOUS! I first marinated the filets in a little lemon, garlic, salt & pepper for a few hours. I used Parmesan panko bread crumbs, and basil instead of oregano. Baked at 22 minutes and it was perfect."