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"Made this for breakfast this morning, the boys loved it. Also, now fixing it for them for a Saturday lunch, guess it was a hit. We may have added a little extra brown sugar and syrup! Mmmmm! Thank you!"
Dec 8, 2012 on Food.com
"Very tasty, better than I expected. The whole family liked it. I made the sauce with Daisy light sour cream and it worked well, I was the only one that used the sauce. Also, not overbearing orange flavor, nice! We ate it on a busy weeknight so I didn't fix anything special but it would be nice with pasta or rice."
Apr 30, 2012 on Food.com
"I bought some sorghum at local farmers market. I went searching for recipes to use it in. I like to try new things, in this case old things. This is a great recipe. Very flavorful, sweet, and different from typical spice or gingerbread cookies and also different from oatmeal. I had bought some oat flour and used half and half oat and all purp..."
Apr 29, 2012 on Food.com
"Made it with jimmy dean hot sausage and a little extra black pepper, it was a hit. Made biscuits that were "ok" and it didn't matter, the gravy was awesome! Thanks again, dinner tonight a hit! A special meal, not a once a week kind of thing. Used 1% milk and I can't imagine what it's like with a more rich milk base. Very rich and tasty!"
Dec 2, 2011 on Food.com
"I tasted this at home and worried about the garlic. I added optional garlic and used seasoning salt, and I tasted them and thought maybe too overbearing (very critical of food I take to gatherings. I put filling in a gallon bag and when I got there piped it into egg whites. I got rave reviews. I also used freshly gathered eggs from our chicke..."
Dec 2, 2011 on Food.com
"Tangy, sweet, used 1/2 total for sugar (1/4 c splenda 1/4 c sugar, apple cider vinegar, added pepper. Great, mixed this am to take to picnic, used two small heads cabbage from farmers market. I tasted it for lunch, had to remind myself it was for picnic tonight so couldn't eat more. Thanks. I will probably cut sugar back a little more next t..."
Jul 3, 2011 on Food.com
"The entire kitchen smelled like apple pie, like desert served with dinner. Aside from the sugar involved, entirely healthy side dish and even then it wasn't that much. I used apple cider and it worked well. Served with smoked sausage and it was a good match. It really is sweet, but different than the butter/brown sugar laden recipes you typica..."
Oct 15, 2010 on Food.com
"Great recipe. The following tips are not meant to detract from original recipe, it was great, just a few tweeks for me personally. I left onions out due to personal taste as they seem to overpower delicate tastes for me but a little onion powder and pepper gives a little flavor without overpowering. I will cut back on salt next time, I had rotis..."
Sep 11, 2010 on Food.com
"Excellent, used walnuts and it worked well. I planted a bunch of basil so will be making this all summer. Good thing I've got more basil, because I'm afraid by nightfall, I will have eaten this all without using it in single recipe. Kittencal, I will try your recipes above others if given a choice and haven't been disappointed, thanks for doing ..."
Jun 29, 2010 on Food.com
"Great, whole family gave thumbs up. I had large chocolate chips, put them in heavy duty baggie and crushed them with a rolling pin (okay, I beat them with rolling pin and it was kind of fun!. I also had only one cup of cream, but used 2 cups of half and half and remainder nonfat milk, worked well with what I had on hand. Thanks! (used more ..."
Jun 23, 2010 on Food.com