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"Tastes like Sloppy Joes. Meatloaf is such a personal thing. I thought this was OK. Not dynamite. If you love Sloppy Joes, but not barbecue sauce, then this may be your meatloaf recipe."
"Ooooh- adding Kahlua!! I had coffee jello durning long sticky summers in Japan. Sounded so odd, but tastes so good. Can't wait to give this a try!"
"Can someone tell my WHY this is labeled DIABETIC when it has a MEAL'S worth of carbs? Call it Low-Fat, but no diabetic! It is so frustrating to find recipes which look like they are friends, only to discover they are foes!"
"Why not just call this High Fat Green Beans? I think 12 grams of carbs is a lot! Fresh green beans are only 4 carbs per half cup! Plus, there is a lot of stuff here that no one really needs. Why waste a Snicker's bar's calories on canned veg? "
"I think the diabetic comes from being low-fat. My regular popover recipe had melted butter in it. Sigh. It's not enough to take away our sugar, but now they take away our fun fat. heart disease is a risk factor associated with diabetes, so we have to watch our cholesterol."
"Nurse Di, When I make this, you will be the Diane I think of. Growing up, I thought Steak Diane was named after a family friend who was a fabulous cook. I love your other recipes, so yours was the version I chose for chicken Diane. I'll leave a rating after actually making it! "
"I am making Homer Simpson noises as I lick the stirring spoon clean. OH MY! Refrigeration may be good, but straight out of the pan and warm this is yummy!"
"This was a great pantry meal- I had a can of soup left over from Thanksgiving. Cream of celery also works! As we were devouring it, my husband was sad that there would not be a lot of leftovers (I kind of forgot to make a vegetable side dish- oops!)My only hesitation in giving a 4 not 5 is that I would have liked more spices. The carrot and..."