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"Great recipe! Mine came out a bit tough and difficult to skin. However once it was peeled the meat portion was quite tender. I might try it in a crock pot next time and let it stew all day. Tastes great, just like a restaurant I used to order from. Thanks for sharing!"
"Great recipe! I cut out the salt, and only used the garlic salt. I also added about 1/2 tsp of chili powder to give it just a little kick. It turned out great. Thanks for sharing!"
"I had great results from this recipe! I added a bit of cinnamon and substituted one of the lemons with a small orange. I used Perrier mineral water because the bottles were nice and I wanted to use them to put the mead in. After they sat for about 2 days, I started moving them to the refrigerator one at a time to be consumed, but I've noticed that..."
"Great recipe! I had a bunch of leftover strawberries, so I decided to give it a try. I used cranberries and added a bit of lingonberry concentrate. It tastes amazing; the taste of the strawberries really comes through. However, my end result never "set" and remained very liquidy. Maybe it is supposed to be that way, as I have never made a conserve..."
"This was without a doubt the best green bean dish I've ever had. I was a skeptic at first, just because there were so few ingredients, but I wanted to get away from the traditional green bean casserole so I made this. Nearly everyone at the party asked for the recipe. In the future I will probably reduce the amount of oil, and use part vegetable o..."
"Awesome pumpkin pie! I've never been a fan of pumpkin, but it turned out great, and I ate almost the whole pie over the following few days. I was a bit scared when I first took the pie out of the oven because it was still very liquidy, but it firmed up as it cooled in the refrigerator. This recipe is a keeper...Thanks!"