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"Two things of note...
First, I completely underestimated the space needed for all the ingredients to simmer. Use a larger pan. Second, lasagna is such a time consuming mess, why not make two dishes worth? You'll be sorry when left-overs are gone!
I made the tomato sauce version with italian seasoning (no additional rosemary and dried t..."
Dec 22, 2012 on Food.com
"We live out in farm country and we have no quality restaurants outside of the town steakhouse. The flavors of this dish are so unique compared with our typical American cooking I felt like I was eating at a fine-eating ethnic restaurant! (Okay...I don't get out too often. Wonderful flavor!
My only problem was with the time in the cr..."
Jan 31, 2011 on Food.com
"Great recipe though I was less than optimistic about the ingredients. I was suspicious of the extremely fatty pork cut which I had. But you're right--the fat melted away. And, I thought the BBQ sauce would be overpowering. Again, I was surprised. I began by adding just a few tablespoons of BBQ sauce and then sampling. I ended up adding three..."
Jan 29, 2011 on Food.com
"I've always made acorn squash with the brown sugar and butter recipe. However, we're eating healthy now and this was a nice alternative. Though it wasn't the sugary side dish we were used to, we all cleaned our squash down to the skin. Thanks for the recipe!
Recommendations--I just seasoned it with salt and pepper. The squash needed s..."
Aug 27, 2010 on Food.com
"I love this recipe. I never saved it and had to find it again. I enjoy a chunkier soup so I've added two types of potatoes, Russetts and Yukon Golds. The russetts break down nice and the golds add color and hold their shape better."
Mar 18, 2010 on Food.com