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"I just made these per the instructions, and after reading many of the reviews, came to the conclusion that one person's mushy meatballs are another person's extremely tender meatballs.(chuckle These were very tasty, but, .....well, soft, even after they were thoroughly cooked. Next time I will lightly brown them first, either in a skill..."
5 days ago on Food.com
"I've always been frustrated by reviewers who've rated a recipe after all of the 'tweaking' they've done, but that's exactly what I'm about to do.(chuckle I've given it 5 stars for it's inspiration and versatility. I made this based on what I had on hand. One chicken breast and 2 thighs that I poached ..."
6 days ago on Food.com
"I first saw this on the Food Network and then read some of the over 600 reviews. Some of the negative complaints were "it's too soupy, or grainy etc. I just made it and IMO the flavor and initial texture were great. It was soupy at first, but being an experienced cook, I knew it would 'tighten' up and it did., (and I did not ..."
Apr 29, 2013 on Food.com
"This recipe is delicious, and I put it in the crockpot exactly as written.....then I read many of the reviews. Many people said it was bland, so I went back and added 1/2 of a 4oz can of finally diced jalepenos. Also a few people said it looked like vomit and it was a total turn-off for them,.....so I decided to scroll thru most of the 24 picture..."
Apr 16, 2013 on Food.com
"This was very good. I doubled the recipe with the ingredients as written. Because I'm having a problem with my oven temp, I didn't want to bake them and didn't want to have to babysit them on the stove-top, so what I did was brown the breasts in a skillet first and then put them in a crockpot and poured the sauce over (and under the breasts. They..."
Mar 2, 2013 on Food.com
"Sorry, but this cake was tough, and IMO, a waste of ingredients. Won't be making again."
Feb 9, 2013 on Food.com
"Sorry, I tried this recipe as written and it was just ok, but this recipe is not the same one that Emeril Lagasse has on the Food Network site. His calls for 1/2 cup heavy cream to 2 lbs fresh spinach, 1/4 tsp of nutmeg and no cheddar cheese. I then tried his recipe as written and loved it. So, unless he has more than one creamed spinach recipe po..."
Jan 18, 2013 on Food.com
"IMHO, this is an ok soup (gravy, but not a true French Onion soup, hense the 2 stars. I followed the ingredient list as written, but altered the cooking technique just a little. First, I exactly halved ALL of the ingredients (in case I didn't like it and secondly, I took a tip from another reviewer and mixed the flour, paprika,pepper and salt to..."
Jan 6, 2013 on Food.com
"Thought I'd try a different stuffed mushroom recipe this time. Sorry, but I like mine better, which I make with Italian sausage. I also use powdered onion and garlic (saves on chopping. Saute the mushroom stems with the sausage in a little bacon grease, just for added flavor, add bread crumbs. If it seems dry, add a little liquid of choice, stuff..."
Dec 31, 2012 on Food.com
"This recipe is almost identical to the way I've always made my 'scratch' bean soup (dried beans, except I used ketchup instead of tomato sauce. I'll also take the carrots, onions and some of the beans and puree them and then return that to the pot as a thickener. I discard the celery. Very good, and thank you for posting a short-cut, using canne..."
Dec 30, 2012 on Food.com