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"This is my go to recipe for pulled pork sandwiches. We absolutely love it! I'm about to make it for the third time, and it is excellent every time I make it!"
"Yummy! My husband and I thoroughly enjoyed this. I left out the salt, baking soda, all purpose flour, and buttermilk. Instead, I used self-rising flour and skim milk. No complaints here!"
"I made this for lunch today. Instead of peanut oil, I used canola. Instead of fish sauce, I used lite soy sauce. Instead of crunchy peanut butter, I used creamy. Despite all of these substitutions, the end product was great. I served cooked some rice noodles, and dumped them in the sauce before serving. We loved it! The spicy flavor is addictive!"
"This cake was very easy to make, and it smelled delicious baking in the oven. My late grandmother used to make orange slice cake every Christmas, so it was nice to be able to bring this to my family's Christmas dinner this year. Everyone really enoyed it. I followed the recipe exactly--except for not sifting the flour and powdered sugar."
"A lot of people talked about the white chocolate chips being overpowering, so I substituted 12 ounces of white candy coating (almond bark). I used 5 teaspoons of orange extract, and I added a teaspoon of vanilla to the reserved cup of the white mixture. My family gave it rave reviews! Thanks!"
"I used half the shrimp, 1 tablespoon of margarine instead of butter, 1/4 teaspoon salt, and the regular amounts of the other ingredients. It was sooo spicy and flavorful. Delicious dish! It is on its way to being a family favorite!"
"I halved the recipe since it's just me and my husband. I also added some cinnamon to the batter and extra cinnamon to the filling. It was delicious!"
"Delicious! I used self-rising flour instead of all-purpose. I omitted the baking powder, and used rum extract like someone else suggested. This will be the recipe I use every time I make waffles!"