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"Good way to use up all the chard and tomatoes I'm getting from my garden. Gave 4 stars because I had trouble flipping it. I think I'd rather stick it in the oven for a few minutes to get the eggs on top to cook."
"I made these for holiday gifts, and I'd better put them away soon before I eat them all. They are delicate and melt-in-your mouth buttery. I use homemade peach jam, and followed the advice of some other reviewers and chilled the cookies after forming them and before baking so that they wouldn't spread too much. They spread a little but held togeth..."
"This recipe is good but I felt it needed a couple of tweaks, which is why I am giving it 4 stars. Next time I make it (and there WILL be a next time!), I'll put the largest amount of cocoa in, but reduce the amount of confectioner's sugar to compensate, rather than increasing the cream. It think that should work better to increase the chocolate fl..."
"I always remembered my mom's beef stroganoff as having strips of beef in it rather than ground beef, and searched and searched for a recipe like that. This is the one I found, and it turned out great. I used top round instead of tenderloin and regular button mushrooms but otherwise followed the recipe exactly. Even without the more expensive ingre..."
"I got a bumper crop of winter squash from my garden this year, and have been searching for ways to use it. This lasagna turned out great. I did use some shortcuts: I used pre-made tomato sauce and I only used ricotta and mozarella cheese. The squash from my garden had such a hard shell that I couldn't peel it and cube it up before cooking it, so I..."
"I also made this recipe because I grew pumpkin (well, actually winter squash) this year and had a bumper crop. The pumpkin puree thickened up the sauce quite nicely, but as written it turned out pretty bland (for my tastes) and needed some doctoring up. I added a lot of salt and pepper and parmesan cheese. It could also be improved with some herbs..."
"Wow, this meat melts in your mouth! I used bone in short ribs and left the bones in, then skipped the gelatin part because the bones thicken the sauce up. I also cooked it in my crock pot. Served over egg noodles. Next time I might add mushrooms and put the carrots in after the meat has cooked a while so they won't get as mushy. Short ribs are so ..."
"I made these with pumpkin and they turned out great. Not too sweet or cakey, which is how I like my muffins for breakfast. The only changes I made was substituting one of the cups of flour for whole wheat flour and used pre-mixed pumpkin pie spice for the spices. I DID NOT leave out the crystalized ginger! That stuff is great."
"I put this marinate in a ziplock bag with a sirloin steak and took it on a camping trip, so it ended up in there for about two days before it was cooked. Turned out great! I never ended up putting more salt on it. The salt already in the Worchestershire and soy sauces turned out to be enough. The marinade really complimented the flavor of the beef..."
"The only thing I did differently was to dip the chicken in flour first, then egg, then breadcrumbs. I heard somewhere that makes the breading stick better. They turned out golden brown and delicious. I made extra sauce and served it with egg noodles with sauce ladeled all over."