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"This was a most delicious recipe.... and so thoughtfully written--an example being to be careful not to burn the garlic (something I am always doing!. To have so many delectable flavors for the taste buds plus to be good for you is a treat indeed. The big bonus for me was to be introduced to the Quorn brand. I had seen this in the frozen secti..."
Feb 23, 2013 on Food.com
"Thank you for a wonderful recipe! As you can see from the photo I posted, it makes an eye-popping presentation! You eat it like a savory wedge of a pie. Creamy and yeasty--incredible with a glass of wine, packing a slice in your husband's lunch the next day, warmed up for an afternoon snack--all of which I did with my pie. For anyone intimidat..."
Oct 2, 2012 on Food.com
"This was a filling and yummy dish. Pure comfort food. My picky 17-year-old took one bite and said, "ooooh, this is GOOD." Then she took a second bite and turned to me with a suspicious look in her eye--"this is quite a tricky way to hide cauliflower!" The vegetable blends in perfectly with the macaroni and cheese--your child will never know it..."
Apr 24, 2012 on Food.com
"Thank you for this easy delicious recipe. Anything that brings out that adoring look on my husband's face when he takes a bite of my dinner makes me indebted to you forever! His exact words, as he kept scarfing these potatoes long after the rest of us were done, "these are highly addictive!""
Jan 30, 2012 on Food.com
"Thank you so much for this recipe. It's scrumptious! I felt like a real Italian chef (just plunking a chunk of rich provolone right in the sauce, etc. I wish I'd read the review about covering the top, because the cheese did burn somewhat by the end of the cooktime, but just made the whole thing more rustic! One suggestion about the time of pr..."
Sep 9, 2011 on Food.com
"Thanks for an interesting recipe. There are a couple of inconsistencies--probably just needs proof-reading. The list of ingredients says baking powder, but the instructions says baking soda, making me wonder which one is correct. Also, it doesn't state in instructions to put the lemon rind into the dough, and so I inadvertently left it out, eve..."
Sep 9, 2011 on Food.com
"Thank you for this refreshing and easy entree. I loved the lemon suffused throughout, and using half and half cream worked out great. A different way to eat shrimp. Delicious."
Apr 12, 2011 on Food.com
"I just wrote a review but forgot to post the stars--so here goes again. This is easy and scrumptious and wonderful. We took the leftovers and spooned them onto toasted English muffins and fell in love all over again. Thanks so much for posting this!"
Mar 20, 2011 on Food.com
"This was very good. It was an interesting twist on the usual Three Sisters recipes with the addition of the roasted chili peppers. I added nearly a cup of low salt chicken broth however. Otherwise I believe it would have turned out too dry. Excellent for a cool Fall dinner. Thanks for sharing it."
Oct 18, 2010 on Food.com
"I made this delectable dish last night, and am rating it 5 despite confusion with the 2nd and 3rd ingredient. I have not heard the term mature cheddar, and manami said I could use sharp, but then sharp is listed for 1 oz as a third ingredient. So I ended up using 3 1/4 oz sharp cheddar, and 1 oz. parmesan cheese, and it was scrumptious. Thanks..."
Apr 23, 2010 on Food.com