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"Such a moist bread! Really yummy! I doubled the walnuts - cause I'm a nut fiend. Worked great. I only needed to bake it for 45 minutes, tho, and it came out absolutely perfect! I might consider upping the cinnamon next time - just to punch up the flavor a bit. Go ahead and make this - you'll be glad you did!"
"I thought this could be a good salad to take to parties, so I tried it out on my Hubby, the guinea pig, first! He loved it. I scaled it down, since it was only needing to serve two of us, and I think maybe I cut the mayo too much. ( My GP didn't seem to notice!) I also added some bacon - to complete the UnHoly Trinity: mayo, cheese and bac..."
"I'm always up for a new veggie casserole - and this one did not disappoint! I doubled the soup, sour cream and cheese and used a bag each of frozen broccoli and cauliflower. I cooked about a cup and a half of fresh carrots, just cause I don't care for the frozen variety. It turned out great. I feel like it needs just one more thing t..."
"Goes without saying, Paula knows her way around ham and mayo! This is yummy! Couldn't find the hot relish, so I used dill relish. Still good! Maybe a dash or two or hot sauce next time?
This is about a 10 minute dinner if you can use a food processor! Looking forward to leftovers today!"
"I think my Mom started making this in the 70's! I still make it and it never fails to be a big hit! I generally add more broccoli, and always some lemon juice! Mom's recipe included slivered almonds along with the crushed Cheez-its! Be forewarned, tho.....it IS addictive!!!"
"Yummy! All the goodness of a chocolate chip cookie, with a lot less work! Made it with a full 12 oz bag of chocolate chips and probably at least 1 cup of walnuts and the cinnamon. Baked it in a 9 x 13 pan for the full 30 minutes - perfection! It was a gigantic hit! One woman said these bars were worth the hour and a half drive in Chicago traf..."
"One of my hubby's faves (with a few tweaks!) I've never made this recipe without doubling it, so I don't know how the rice behaves in the original recipe, but the first time I doubled the rice, and the rice completely took over! So now it's 1 1/3 - 1 1/2 cups rice, 3 1/2 - 4 cups water. I also add 1 can each of bean sprouts, water chestnuts (ch..."
"Sooooooo good! A huge hit at the party - people had seconds! Followed the recipe exactly, but did add a little extra bacon and used 4 finely chopped eggs (it was a big bowl). I'm already craving this salad again!!"
"Definitely a winner, Mirj!!! I think the key is to chop everything pretty fine. I used an entire jar of sundried tomatoes packed in oil, then used the oil instead of the evoo. I let it cook over a low heat for maybe 45 minutes after it reduced. And, because I made this first thing in the morning and was apparently not quite awake, totally forg..."
"Oh gosh, this doesn't need another review - but I'll throw my 2 cents in anyway! The key to melt-in-your-mouthedness is two fold: beat the butter senseless (I used my Kitchenaid and let it go for about 5 minutes.) and once you add the flour, just blend it in and you're done. Shut it down and bake 'em off! And finally, bake them until just done..."