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"I never made a prime rib roast before, but I followed this recipe and it was delicious! I chopped up the garlic with the rosemary and mixed in a little olive oil to make a paste. I salted and peppered the roast and then put the paste on. I cooked a 5.75 pound bone-in roast and I used a thermometer so that I could monitor the temp. I made the mista..."
"This dough was difficult to work with, but tasted great. I also reduced the oil to 1/4 cup. The dough was still sticky, and I had to use quite a bit of extra flour. I increased the salt to a scant tsp., which still was not enough because of the extra flour. I pan fried them in a dry cast iron skillet. I brushed the top with olive oil and sprinkled..."
"Excellent! I am not a huge fan of macaroni salad, but this was really good! Make extra dressing, as the pasta will soak it up after it has been in the fridge."
"Pretty good. I used all the listed ingredients, just tweaked the amounts for a 20 oz. package of ground pork. I used the sausage to top homemade pizza (number 479921)."
"Very tender, good flavor. I think they need to be a little fluffier so I will bump up the baking powder next time. Overall a good basic recipe that you can tweak a lot."
"This is the first jelly I have made and it was great! I used Hungarian peppers only. I used about 21 peppers and left the seeds in about half of them. Very spicy. I only used one 3 oz pack of Ball liquid pectin and it was plenty! My batch did not make 6 half pints (only about 5) . I also did not strain mine. I let it boil for 5 minutes, put it i..."
"Excellent! I used only 1 tsp of allspice because 2 sounded like a lot. Next time I will try 2 tsp. I also finished mine in the crock pot, just like a previous review (strawberrybird). The meatballs were very tender! Will definitely make again"
"This is the best banana bread I have ever had. It is very moist and tender! I used butter instead of oil and walnuts instead of pecans. It is sweet, but not overwhelming; next time I'm going to try reducing the sugar a bit. I also increased the cinnamon and vanilla to 2 tsp each. A definite keeper!"
"This is a great way to make bread! I make this bread at least once a week in my cast iron dutch oven. (Don't use Le Creuset - the plastic knob will melt.) I have changed the recipe slightly. I use 3 cups bread flour, 2 tsp sea salt, 1 tsp active dry yeast, and 1 1/2 cups warm filtered water."