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"Canarygirl,This was really good! I had never made tomato soup from scratch before and I impressed myself.My only downside was there wasnt enough dumplings for my taste : Next time I will use a cup of flour and 2 eggs. My grandma used to make that kind of dumpling and put it in her beef stew. I also might use less than a quart of water becau..."
Aug 20, 2009 on Food.com
"This was dinner for Easter 2009. We all liked it and will eat it again. I was very impressed with how easily this went together. I couldnt do it on the grill as it was too windy to do properly, so I did it in the oven. Amazingly enough the grapefruit juice is NOT overpowering in this. We do not really eat grapefruits, but this sounded so intriguin..."
Apr 14, 2009 on Food.com
"oh girrrrrlllll!!! This is awesome! At the store I was paying $4.79 for an 8 oz container of this stuff. I found your recipe today and tried it. It was easy-peasy, quick and for less than what I paid at the grocery store I got twice as much!! Needless to say I WONT be buying this at the store anymore LOL. Thanx much for sharing :"
Apr 1, 2009 on Food.com
"These are AWESOME! I was told "We dont need no stinkin' KripyKreme's!!!" This was the first time I had tried making donuts. I got a deepfryer for Christmas & thought why not. They were easy, fast and taste great. The directions were spot on. I ended up using about 3 cups of flour in the mixer, 2.5 left the dough too sticky. I fried mine at about 3..."
Jan 18, 2009 on Food.com
"I LOVE these cookies : I have been making paenutbutter cookies for years and never thought to put jam in the middle DUH!! The worse part is I LOVE thumbprint cookies and put jam in the middle of my oatmeal cookies. Oh well, live and learn. Sam thanx for an awesome cookie to add to my christmas trays. This ones a keeper."
Dec 22, 2008 on Food.com
"Oh momaphet! This was the EASIEST cookie recipe I did this year for Christmas. I doubled it and got 6 doz cookies. The directions are spot on. Girlfriend with this recipe Keebler aint got nothing on me ;D LOL I didnt make them into crescents however I just made little balls and baked them for 20 mins. PERFECTION! Thanx so much, this one's a keepe..."
Dec 22, 2008 on Food.com
"These were quick, easy and fantastic. My family really liked these : This wont replace my regular roll recipe, but I will use this when I want quick bread. I would increase the sugar a little and the salt, but that's personal preference. I cut this in half(12 rolls and it was perfect. I am really sorry the last reviewer had such a hard time with..."
Dec 7, 2008 on Food.com
"This is an awesome recipe, helthyeeter : Just an FYI for people who havent made this,in my experience this does NOT work well with boneless breasts. You really need to use bone-in chicken. It also works very well on a pork roast, thats our favorite way of serving this dish. In a pinch you can also use Catalina dressing. When I got the recipe ..."
Oct 23, 2008 on Food.com
"I like to add the parmesan, garlic and mozzarella to some ricotta and olive oil with a little salt and pepper and lay that as the base and build from there. Talk about good white pizza :"
Sep 30, 2008 on Food.com
"This pie was wonderful! The directions were spoton and very easy for a beginner to follow. I used a frozen berry medley. Like another reviewer I used 1 tbs more cornstarch and a little less water to account for the berry juices. I omitted the butter. I didnt put the cinnamon in the fruit but did sprinkle sugar and cinnamon on the crust. Thank you,..."
May 19, 2008 on Food.com