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"This is the manicotti recipe my mom used. I'm so happy to see it here! This is a really great recipe on its own, but last night I switched it up a bit. I made my own pasta sauce (see Darthlaurie's Indispensable Pasta Sauce recipe) and I decided to generously season the meat with onion powder, Italian seasoning, and of course salt and pep..."
"This was a lovely drink to serve for Valentine's Day. I doubled the recipe. I had to squeeze the blood oranges. Four of them gave me about a 1/2 cup of juice. I used a Riesling wine. It was perfect! It was even better the next day!"
"I'm giving this five stars only because I can't give it 4.9. I made quite a few modifications to the recipe based on all the other reviews. I used seven slices of bacon. I should've diced it a bit finer. I also used two stalks of celery and omitted the cream of celery soup. In its place I used some Better Than Boullion Clam Base and a couple cup..."
"This was such a great way to make French toast! I used challa bread and added a dash of cinnamon to the egg mixture. I should've greased the cookie sheet better because the slices stuck to the pan. I'll definitely do this again!"
"I was looking for something to go with my pancetta and manchego cheese on ciabatta sandwiches. I had some baby red potatoes that I needed to use up. I just eyeballed the herbs and garlic and then added the quartered potatoes. The end result was fabulous! I'll definitely be making these again!"
"I followed the recipe exactly and the cake was a bit dry. It might be an altitude issue. I'll definitely try again because it was tasty. I love the icing. I've never used evaporated milk for the liquid in an icing."
"The plan was to use a beef tenderloin. What I didn't know was how pricey that cut of meat would be! So we picked up a cross rib roast. After doing a bit of research I decided to cook the roast in the beef stock and worcestershire sauce. I also grated the shallot and added that to the cooking broth. I cooked the roast to 150 so it was a nice medium..."
"My bf gave this five stars:) It was easy to put together and I just cooked it on the stove. Like others I kept the pasta separate and just put it in each bowl before serving. I did make a couple changes: I used Italian sausage instead of hamburger and srirachi sauce inseatd of Tabasco because I couldn't find the hot sauce. I also used Italian seas..."
"I was wanting something a little different than our normal chicken recipes. The fact that I was craving Indian food made this an easy choice. I didn't have an onion or cream so I subbed a tablespoon of onion powder and milk for those. It still turned out very tasty. I think it was a bit salty, but that's easy to adjust. My bf loved it and I think ..."