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"I love this because it doesn't have mayo...I added some blanched asparagus because it was on sale that day and topped it with some finely chopped boiled egg. Beautiful and so fresh tasting."
Mar 4, 2010 on Food.com
"Thank You for this recipe! Years ago I made a cake that included a dry frosting mix in the batter and have sorely missed not being able to buy those dry mixes. THIS cake is even better!"
Apr 25, 2009 on Food.com
"A big hit! I always make a cheesecake for our group on St. Bridgets Day and this was the best one ever. I cannot give it five stars since I changed it slightly and added a crushed shortbread cookie crust(I don't own a blowtorch! I will absolutely use this recipe again."
Feb 9, 2009 on Food.com
"This is great, I substituted chicken broth for buillon and we were very pleased, even my picky daughter!"
Feb 22, 2008 on Food.com
"We like this! I plan to make some at the other festival, too."
Jan 28, 2008 on Food.com
"My guests loved this, I did not add the wine and I used a pork shoulder roast. The flavors were great and the presentation when laid out on the platter was lovely!"
Jan 4, 2008 on Food.com
"This is yummy! My grandmother used to make the three sisters stew(its a traditional Native American combination;corn,beans,and squash. But the addition of the spices make it so flavorful. Next time I will leave out the cilantro, but I think that's just a personal preference."
Oct 27, 2007 on Food.com
"A great recipe! The 1/2 cup of butter to saute the apple seemed a bit much so I dipped the apples out into the pie crust and saved the melted butter for the topping. It was wonderful."
May 16, 2007 on Food.com
"I need this recipe becouse it was a top-of-the-stove variation. I adapted it for our family by adding only the cup of brown sugar, not the white, and replacing the orange and lemon with a heaping Tbl. of orange marmalade.I also used 1/2 tsp. of nutmeg instead of all the other spices. My family loved it!I didn't 'rate' the recipe becouse I adapte..."
Nov 30, 2002 on Food.com