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"I made this recipe when I was looking for something different to add to our annual 4th of July BBQ. I didn't have any coriander, so I left it out. So easy to make - I was actually surprised at how good this was! Mellow flavor, great texture that tasted even better the day after!"
"Wonderful, wonderful cookies! I dipped the bottoms in melted chocolate to put these cookies over the top! They will be made over and over! Thanks so much for this recipe!"
"I'm sorry; when I saw this quick recipe I thought - what could be easier? I served it for New Year's Eve and no one cared for it. I may try again mixing in more pepper and maybe garlic. It just didn't go over well and I was sooo disappointed."
"I made these this year for Easter - they were the cutest little treats on the dessert table! It was fun to watch the little ones try to eat the peep off the crackers! So easy, too!"
"I haven't made this exact recipe just yet, however I have one very similar to it but mix the cake as directed on the box, beating longer than the directions call for. One option is to use cinnamon cake mix to give this cake extra flavor. This cake tastes even better than store-bought!"
"I made this pork for a New Year's Eve party and got rave reviews! I used a 4.5 lb pork loin and cooked for about 10 hours; after adding the BBQ sauce (Sweet Baby Ray's of course) just heated for 1 hour to blend flavors. This made so much that I did freeze some for delicious leftovers!"
"I have made these before with a couple of changes: Instead of placing them directly on cookie sheets, line your cookie sheets with lightly greased foil and they will peel off easily. Also, I melt milk chocolate chips and sanwich these together. Delicious! Great recipe!"
"Perfection! These are the sesame seed cookies I have been searching for! Toasting the sesame seeds is essential; the only real change I made was to omit the two tablespoons of shortening and add about one tablespoon of sesame oil. I also made mine a little smaller, since these little gems grow when you bake them; that gave me about another doze..."
"Unbelievable! I made this the other night for dinner, using leftover meatloaf that I had in the freezer. You would think I had just discovered white bread! My family went crazy over this. Definitely going to make this over and over!"
"Delicious as written! Simple recipes are the best...I top mine with sliced onion and fresh garlic. The smell while in the oven is amazing! I love it when this roast just falls apart! Wonderful Fall dinner!"