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"Even the kids liked it. We added sausage with the mushrooms, and substituted mozzerella cheese for the cheddar. Yum."
Jan 1, 2009 on Food.com
"Made this last year. Was looking for it again this year. Glad to make it again! Best gravy ever. Skipped the spices. Sauted the ingredients a long time in butter really brought out the flavor. Also great with drippings from a turkey that had been stuffed with carrots, celery, onions instead of stuffing."
Nov 26, 2008 on Food.com
"This is the best recipe for this kind of bread. Thanks!!I tried it with half whole wheat flour and substituted some honey for the sugar. Worked great. Also kneeded the old fashioned way, without the bread machine."
Feb 12, 2005 on Food.com
"We made this for Christmas. Great recipe!It was a little too sweet, maybe due to the sugary peanut butter we used, so the second time we made it we reduced the sugar by a few tablespoons."
Dec 24, 2002 on Food.com
"Thanks, we had fun with this recipe. One idea we tried was to form them into balls and press them around lolipop sticks. Then we made a standard hard candy recipe (just sugar, corn syrup, and water, cooked to hard crack stage, with added flavorings, and dipped the totsie pops in. To keep the hard candy recipe from hardening too quickly as we d..."
Sep 15, 2002 on Food.com
"I now make these every week. Thanks for the recipe!"
Jan 17, 2002 on Food.com
"These are ok, but I've had better."
Oct 29, 2001 on Food.com
"Very good recipe for silky white taffy. Does need to be cooked a little longer than indicated, however. We cooked at hard ball stage."
Oct 23, 2001 on Food.com