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"Great, easy recipe for pulled pork! The flavors are very mild on the first day, but the overnight rest and infusion of fresh ingredients REALLY makes the dish be all it can be. It'd be great if the ingredient list in the recipe said to separate part of the onion and garlic (I wound up with the full amount in the crock pot from the start, adding ..."
Apr 5, 2011 on Food.com
"My family liked this recipe, which I made as written except for half and half in place of cream and milk, and a mixed Italian seasoning for the tarragon (which we aren't big on. Cooking times worked well for me, and the final texture of the gratin was fine. I wasn't a fan of the eggy flavor of the dish, and probably wouldn't make this again, th..."
Jan 20, 2011 on Food.com
"The chickpeas were what caught my eye and made me want to try this recipe, but unfortunately the chickpeas are also the reason for a three-star review. The recipe gave me perfectly delicious cauliflower and olives - I think the garlic cloves I used, which were small-medium, could have been left whole - but I wound up picking around the chickpeas ..."
Dec 7, 2010 on Food.com
"If I make changes to a recipe, I usually try to wait until I've made the recipe the "right way" before reviewing, but this time - having substituted carrots for potatoes only - I'm not waiting. The major distinction I saw between this and other kale soup recipes on the site was the addition of the diced tomatoes, which is just lovely. With the s..."
Nov 19, 2010 on Food.com
"First off, a good portion of these many (113 as I write reviews can't be for the recipe as written. A number of the older ones talk about how great it is to find a recipe for cake with no fat... despite the cake having 1 cup of oil plus butter in its topping, as the recipe stands right now. I don't see any "Edited to add" note on the recipe, so..."
Oct 28, 2010 on Food.com
"I loved the simplicity of this recipe. I made it as written except for extra button and portabella mushrooms in place of shittake. Though I thought I was a "mushroom lover" I thought the dish was a little boring. Next time I think I'll throw in some peeled shallots or garlic cloves, maybe a sprig or two of thyme as well, just to ramp up the fla..."
Oct 22, 2010 on Food.com
"No, no, no, no, no! Like some other posters have said, water-bath canning for green beans is only safe if you're using a LOT more vinegar than this recipe requires. To safely can these, you need a steam-pressure canner. Use 10 pounds pressure and process pints for 20 minutes or quarts for 25 minutes. It's always best to err on the side of caut..."
Jul 21, 2010 on Food.com
"I made a double batch of this recipe to use in manicotti and followed the recipe exactly as written. The whole wheat flour gives a nutty taste to the crepes, and though I don't think it mattered for my final product, I have to disagree with other reviewers who said there wasn't a noticeable difference between "traditional" and whole wheat crepes...."
Jul 20, 2010 on Food.com
"Good, easy rice pudding, just like the title says. My four star rating (rather than five is due to two things. First, I found that "stir often" was a good way to nearly scorch my pudding; "stir constantly" was required when I prepared this, and I backed down to a bare simmer rather than boil. Second, the taste at the end, though creamy and swe..."
Jun 19, 2010 on Food.com
"If you like biscotti, or if you like chocolate, try this recipe. Honestly, even if you don't like either, make the recipe! Someone in your life will undoubtedly scarf these up and love you forever for making them; they're really really good and fairly simple to put together.I made them just as written, but used my own muscle rather than an ele..."
Jun 16, 2010 on Food.com