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"Doubled the recipe and bake in a 9X13 pan. It took about 15 minutes longer to bake./Made with spam and non fat milk. Delicious!/Used 2% milk instead of cream and add some salt & pepper./After cooking add some salsa and sour cream on top of servings."
"Have made this a lot. Good stuff!!!!! Serve with steamed vegetables and a baked potato and garlic toast. I don't bother using last 3 ingredients."
"Feb.19, 2009. Have made this twice now. Just love the combination of sweet & salty. Easy dessert to prepare and makes enough for family or friends gathering. Good Stuff!!!!!"
"Made Feb. 12, 2008. Used 1/4 cup melted butter. Can use flat beer or fresh. Be sure to sift flour. Wonderful texture & flavor. Great Stuff!!!!!"
"Made Feb. 08, 2008. I doubled sauce recipe because only had 20 oz. can of Pineapple. Froze the rest for later use. Used 4 seeded peppers making it alittle spicy hot. Next time I'll keep seeds in 1 pepper. Double recipe almost fills blender container. Would be good on pork, chicken, shrimp & BBQ too. Great Stuff!!!!!"
"This is a great recipe especially if the weather doesn't permit grilling. For years I've preferred "grilled corn on the cob". Soak corn with husked on in water for 30 minutes or more. While cooking your other foods on main grill, just place corn on top rack of grill or to the side. Depending on your grill temperature, cook 20 to 30 mins. Spray wit..."
"Homemade at its best! I used 3 cans cream of chicken soup, 3 cans water. I omitted the rosemary and lemon juice. Added carrots, peas & potatoes to the crock pot. Cooked on high for 3 hours, then added Dumplings and cooked for another hour. Great Stuff!!!!!"
"Made Aug 12, 2007. To HOT to cook in the kitchen, so I browned pork in a cast iron skillet, then baked it out on my back porch in my GE 18 qt. Roaster Oven at 400F for 20 mins. Don't care for the sage or lemon zest, so I used Cajun Seasoning. Great Stuff!!!!!"