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"I am not a pickled egg person. But DH always goes to deer camp and the guys he goes with love em. I don't know why I didn't review this sooner... The only change I made is when not using beet juice I went ahead and added the cup of water instead. Seems to balance everything out nicely. I also ring my onions and place some on the bottom of the jar ..."
Oct 10, 2011 on Food.com
"These were so easy. I would suggest those who are using them in a skillet to make sure the iron skillet is larger than the circle size of the tortillas. These lasted exactly 20 minutes in a house of four after they were made lol I guess they taste good I didn't get a chance.. will next week when every one is at work and school.. lol thank for post..."
Sep 5, 2011 on Food.com
"I have been making this for years... I love this jam nothing better on a cold winter's morning to spread this on homemade biscuits. I was going to post the same exact recipe I got from my grand more than a decade ago.. and I saw you had the exact. So, I am rating yours instead.. lol I have used two gelatin, plain, packets with a packet of no sugar..."
Aug 24, 2011 on Food.com
"These were easy, fast and yummy. I did tinker with the recipe however. I added 2 tsp of oregeno, parmesian cheese and freshly minced garlic to the milk mixture in the pan before adding to the flour pan.. Great flavor for a laid back spagehetti dinner! Thanks!"
Aug 19, 2011 on Food.com
"Can't get any better than this ya'll. I did toss in some peppers, personal preference, other than that went exactly with recipe. Thanks Bid Daddy for a sure fire winner!!!! "
Jul 14, 2011 on FoodNetwork.com
"These aren't just for the kids... lol I had used this before and forgot to rate it, sorry... will definitely make up for it now.. The kid loves these things. I use the larger plastic dixie cups. She's a teenager so she will eat more of them than three ounces... lol Anyway She loves every flavor and like another reviewer I have used splenda, sugar ..."
Jul 2, 2011 on Food.com
"This is a great recipe Karen! I did change it up a little bit.. and even with using what I had on hand the potato salad didn't suffer.. I didn't have any red onion and didn't want the harshness of the yellow I had so I steamed some shallots and let them cool off and tossed them in. I used my homemade mayo and mustard as well as my own put up reli..."
Jun 26, 2011 on Food.com
"I did this with antelope and deer back straps... minus the veggies.. sorry but the sauce, meat and mushrooms don't need veggies.. especially if you have a side of them.. This is a keeper... Thanks blonder for posting... Even with wild game this is a must.. I served this over a brown and wild rice combo.. you can't go wrong with the the earthiness ..."
Jun 19, 2011 on Food.com
"Let me start by saying this is not the first cheesecake I made. I have always made the ones that take more sour cream then cheese and have to wait days to be able to even eat the thing. Those were always good and I always got compliments on them.
This one? OMG! The ease of this recipe had me in doubts as to what it would turn out like. I..."
Jun 19, 2011 on Food.com
"The reviewers that had said this was a flavorless dish must have done something seriously wrong. I want to start off by saying Cod is not my favorite fish.. secondly this is way better then anything Red Lobster has dished up. I followed it to a tee and I wish I had doubled the recipe and ignored the wild rice and brown rice I made to go with it......"
Jun 11, 2011 on Food.com