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"This was so satisfying! I didn't purée it because I like my soup with more texture so I just diced the veggies well. Made enough for dinner and lunch the next day! Thanks Coffee Criss!"
"I'm on the first day of Phase 2 and choose to make this for lunch. It was super simple and fast to make and really was reminiscent of a hamburger. I put it into MyFitnessPal and total calories registered 153!"
"This was really great! Just what I had in mind when I decided I wanted Pasta E Fagioli for dinner. I added 3 stalks of chopped celery and the whole onion and cooked them along with the ground beef I was browning. I also omitted the Tobasco because I used spicy spaghetti sauce. Thanks Charmie!"
"Made this recently from a Paula Deen cookbook. Was going to post it but saw it was already here. It had a wonderful flavor and was an easy side dish for my dinner party since it could be thrown together and put in the oven for an hour. I probably cooked mine closer to 2 hours because I kinda forgot about it and it was still great."
"Comfort Food! My husband loved it and probably ate to much! I added more cheese, can't have enough cheese but did everything else the same."
"This was so good! I used a red onion because the store didn't have a shallot & also used whole anchovy's that we mashed. I used red wine. I'm going to try it again and see how it turns out with all the exact ingredients. Thanks NovaLee!"
"I think this may have been one of the most impressive dishes I've ever made. Thanks Oolala! I followed the recipe exactly. My only suggestion is to stress that you should use a meat thermometer to get the pork to the 150 degrees. I have one of those thermometers that has the long wire, and you insert it in the meat and the wire attaches to the..."
"Excellent! I doubled the recipe (except for the capers & garlic) and used 2 chicken breast and 3 boneless thighs because my husband prefers dark meat. It came out great. I left the thighs in the pan a little longer to cook as they needed more time. Thanks GingerPeach."
"Really Great! I used breast and some boneless chicken thighs because my husband prefers dark meat. I kept an eye on them because they were so much smaller then the breast. Next time I will cut the breast to be the same size as the thighs and place the thighs around the outside of the baking sheet so they can get more heat. I think by doing it ..."
"This salad was so good!!! I pretty much followed the recipe exactly except I didn't measure out the bacon grease because it looked to be the right amount. It was so pretty when finished. Thank you Hey Jude, I feel like a real chef! I made it as a side dish with recipe #157032, Balsamic Baked Chicken Breast and it was perfect compliment."