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"I love this recipe. Super simple and easy to make. It's in my head now, won't need the recipe anymore. Also, so versatile you can switch up the ingredients and make it your own. I read some other reviews and like Katiebees idea to use cherry jam and sliced almonds. The possibilities are only as endless as your imagination. Yummeeeee!
Aug 4, 2012 on FoodNetwork.com
"I'm not a big chili fan but, when I saw this recipe it made me want to make a pot. This was awesome chili. Not the thick and heavy chili my Mom made every Friday before my brother's football games. No, this is light and very flavorful. Made it for my boyfriend who hates anything spicy. He loved it. It made so much I gave some to his grand ..."
Aug 4, 2012 on FoodNetwork.com
"I only used this recipe to cook the meat. I did not make the sauce. The meat is so tender you can cut it with a fork. This is a foolproof method and now I make my pork chops this way. Easy and delicious. Thanks.
Jul 22, 2012 on FoodNetwork.com
"First of all, 8 cups of water is way too much. Before I pureed the beans w/the soup I believed this but, went ahead and trusted the recipe. I like my bean soup thick with a lot of beans. I honestly don't know what I could have done other than throw out some of the broth. After cooking ham for Easter, then cooking this soup the week after and n ..."
Apr 17, 2012 on FoodNetwork.com
"I never would have made this if I had known it was a 3 star recipe. Even though using a rotisserie chicken it still took a lot of time. Prep time listed is 10 mins.. No way. The pasta could have been left out totally as far as I'm concerned. The cost of the fresh herbs and the kirby cucumber made this an expensive dish as well. I couldn't ..."
Mar 24, 2012 on FoodNetwork.com
"I think this was a wonderful new way to make pork chops. I did halve the sauce and still had extra. So, I simmered it down until it was very thick. Great on a hamburger, hot dog or you name it. As stated in other reviews, this does not taste like lemonade. I also cut the oregano. I eyeballed it. Will def make this again. "
Mar 17, 2012 on FoodNetwork.com
"Thanks again Rachel for a great recipe. This one I make and freeze half for a busy weeknight. Only thing I do different is fry the vegs in the very beginning w/the meat. I just prefer them to be extra soft. Yummy and easy. "
Mar 15, 2012 on FoodNetwork.com
"I personally found this recipe to be bland in taste. Except for the sauce which was yummy. I eyeballed the sauce recipe and it had just the right amount of sweetness. The breasts however were a big disappointment. Sorry, but if eaten without the sauce they just lacked any real savory flavor. I guess if you're on a strict diet and need to cut calor..."
Mar 10, 2012 on Food.com
"I see 1,872 other people rated this before me. I did not read any other reviews after all, don't you trust Paula? I sure do! This is SO easy. I just made it for the second time and probably won't need to follow the recipe next time. Also, I hardly ever review recipes but, this one I had to. My boyfriend and I were in Charleston, SC before ..."
Jan 7, 2012 on FoodNetwork.com
"This is such an easy bread to make. I didn't have pecans so, I used walnuts. I took this to my son's and four of us ate half of it! It was still slightly warm and very moist. I always wrap my breads in foil before they are completely cool to keep them extra moist. I will def make this again. Great for beginners. "
Sep 4, 2011 on Cooking Channel