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"Perfect! Made this for teacher appreciation lunch and I am still receiving rave reviews. I followed exactly as the recipe stated except I added some ground ginger. I am making some again today to give as gifts at my Christmas party. This time I am putting some candied ginger in my food processor and adding it. Hopefully it will taste as good as it..."
"Made this for a BBQ at my house and everyone loved it. The chicken salsa as I called it was tasty and had alot of good flavor going on. The corn cakes were the biggest hit of the day with the guests. I used a pack of jiffy mix instead of flour and corn meal. I also added a dab of honey and threw in some grated cheese. They came out great. Together..."
"LOVED IT. I made this last night for a Teacher appreciation luncheon at my daughter's school. It came out wonderful. I used apple cider vinegar and it was really tangy and sweet. I also used about 15 slces of bacon because my philosophy is the more pork the better. This is a great recipe it can be served hot or cold. I will definately make this ag..."
"I like this alot. I am not a fan of many tomato flavored sauces so this is great. I made this completely on the stove top by just covering and simmering. Turned out wonderful. I am going to try the same thing with chicken breasts and sub chicken broth. Thanks for a great recipe."
"cuarenta y tres is my FAVorite licor. I am drinking this right now. haha!! Try adding a little orange juice to this and it tastes EXACTLY like a dreamsicle. Try it if you like sweet creamy drinks. yummy"
"I made mean chef's version of this with his recipe for chutney. I don't remember where I got it from, maybe recipecircus but this is basically the same recipe and I REALLY love it. I use sweet coconut cause I like most everything sweeter! Great recipe."
"I really enjoy this recipe, definately not for those wanting to watch their calories :-) I do this entirely on the stove top by returning the porkchops to the sauce, cover and simmer for 20-30 minutes. I always forget the tomato sauce but it still turns out GREAT. Thanks for a great recipe."
"I really like this meatloaf recipe. I use apple cidar vinegar for the sauce and probably double the brown sugar (I like it sweet!) and I don't put as much water in it to make it thicker. It always turns out great. Thanks a bunch."