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"These are delicious, but the cooking time is way off. I followed the instructions to the letter, and no way was it close to being ready after baking for 45 minutes, adding the topping, and baking another 20 minutes. It took an additional 20+ minutes before the center wasn't jiggling anymore."
Mar 30, 2013 on Food.com
"This recipe was a flop for me. I had made little cakes and needed a good recipe for the icing. Saw this one, and followed it exactly. I wound up with clear liquid that did nothing but slide off the cakes. I had to add more confectioner's sugar and it was still runny and gooey. I think I wound up adding about 3 lbs. of sugar in order to get it to w..."
Jan 14, 2012 on Food.com
"While I've been making pickles for more years than I care to mention, I have longed for a bread and butter pickle that was crisp. I'm still longing. The title of this recipe is misleading. While the pickles taste great and were easy to make, they were nowhere near crispy. I knew as soon as I drained off the liquid from the soak that they were goin..."
Jun 22, 2011 on Food.com
"Either Robin left out a critical step, or she has really lean ribs. I have always boiled my ribs in hot water for about 20 min. first to get all the fat off. That way they won't be so greasy in the end. I tried this recipe and it was a little bland. More like Spaghetti Ribs than BBQ. I would suggest putting a layer of sliced onions in the bottom, ..."
Feb 3, 2010 on FoodNetwork.com
"Awesome! I did let the rhubarb sit in the sugar, jello and tapioca for a half hour and it had started to get nice and gooey by that time. Tasted fantastic, and easy to make. The crowd at work raved about it!"
Jun 5, 2005 on Food.com
"Great!! The capers were a nice touch that you usually don't see with this salad when it's served in Italian restaurants. I threw in a little aged balsamic vinegar too and it was wonderful. Try that sometime!"
May 22, 2005 on Food.com
"This recipe is almost identical to this one for Banana Cream Cake, 61632. However, this one isn't as flavorful. Refer to the other recipe and check the suggestions there for this cake if you'd like more of a banana flavor."
May 5, 2005 on Food.com
"This cake is awesome! I only had to bake mine 45 minutes when I noticed the edges were getting very dark and it sprang back when touched. I wouldn't bake it any longer than that. It is delicious. I didn't bother with the powdered sugar, it is delightful just as it is. Thank you!"
May 1, 2005 on Food.com
"I made this twice and both times there were NO leftovers. Great recipe and one that I remember my mom making in a large oblong tupperware container."
Apr 27, 2005 on Food.com
"MMMMMMMMM! All I can say is thank goodness for a Kitchen-Aid stand mixer to do that 20 minutes worth of beating for me...because that is what makes this cake as light as a feather. Absolutely delicious! It tastes better than the one my mom and grandma used to make. It rose up so beautifully and browned perfectly after baking for only 1 hour and 15..."
Apr 26, 2005 on Food.com