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Oakland Co, Michigan
Somewhat of a misanthrope, but I grow on people slowly . . . like an ulcer ;
Oakland Co, Michigan
Joined: Sep 05, 2009
"No go. More like a sort of brownie flavored cookie (next day especially. I tried the recipe based on reviews but my taste in brownies is definitely not with this one. The other reviewers are obviously better cooks than me.
I'll stick with my own. A more involved prep but I like them a lot. I posted the recipe today."
Nov 4, 2012 on Food.com
"Very good and you know what's in them! Simple and quick. Way better than store-brought frozen pancakes that are exactly the same in every way each and every time. Boring. Just like Ma used to make. Scoop out the batter on a hot pan and wait for the bubbles then flip for a minute. Any dope can make these wonderful little guys! I prove it every tim..."
Nov 2, 2012 on Food.com
"I have been using this recipe for 50 years. The only difference is that I try to use fresh tomatoes (blanched and diced. If you can boil water (for blanching and brown hamburger, you can make this come out good every time. Truth is that I use tomatoes with skin some of the time and canned diced tomatoes too. It's a very forgiving recipe.
Sep 23, 2011 on Food.com
"Not good. Way beyond too sweet. Sorry but this not a keeper."
Oct 8, 2010 on Food.com
"Way, way too sweet for me. I actually could only eat a couple of bites and just stopped. I followed the recipe precisely and used pork for the kabobs. Sorry, but this one is not a keeper for me."
Jul 10, 2010 on Food.com