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"I liked this recipe a lot. It was a terrific way to change up leftover turkey and the recipe is easy to follow as well as using pantry staples. The sauce is very kid friendly as is, but I can see additional ingredients adding to the flavor for adults. I used the microwave tip to soften the corn tortillas. Thank you for sharing a recipe I'll..."
"These baked up nice & crispy which was a welcome plus. The recipe is easy to follow and the salmon cakes had a nice texture and held together beautifully. . Next time I would add more of the Old Bay to perk up the flavor a bit. (Note: I tend to use more seasonings as I reduce salt wherever possible.) I didn't make the sauce portion of..."
"Nice & easy breakfast. I was suprised at how much I liked the corn in this. Thank you for sharing the recipe! Made for the Culinary Quest 2014."
"Easy & well worth the time to make homemade! Served on a chef salad and a rueben sandwich for the 2014 Culinary Quest."
"I used a mixture of garden radishes and loved the result. I served it with crackers and only wished I'd made more! Made for the 2014 Culinary Quest."
"Pimento cheese is a favorite here. This creamy version hit the spot for lunch. New to me was adding pickle juice. We served in pitas as suggested and with fresh fruit. Made for the Culinary Quest 2014."
"These were easy to make and they reminded me how much I used to enjoy classic kiev. I used panko crumbs and unsalted butter. Happy diners here! Made for Culinary Quest 2014."
"I had a package of asst dried mushrooms so used it. The mushrooms added a pleasing woody flavor and chewy texture to the potatoes. I julianned the potatoes on a mandoline so had thin and slightly crispy potatoes. I would definitely make these again. Made for Culinary Quest 2014"
"This was easy to make, delicious, and pretty to boot! One diner found it a tad spicy, but overall most thought it was balanced with the sweet element. I served it with yellow rice, a green salad, and a side of sauteed mushroom, red peppers, and purple onions. Thank you for saring the recipe!"