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"I loved this! I left out the raisins and sunflower seeds, used green onions instead of red, balsamic mayo instead of regular and honey instead of sugar. I also added garlic powder (thanks, Kittencal!) and salt. Not really the same recipe after all that, I suppose, but wonderful all the same. Thank you!"
"These cookies really do melt in your mouth. They are sinfully good and so easy. With a small cookie scoop, I made 22 cookies. In my oven, they were done in 11 minutes.
UPDATE 12/2013: I am still making these every year. Only now I make them with honey as I no longer eat refined sugar. I was nervous, but they turned out perf..."
"These were wonderful! I used one pound beef, and half of a pound of venison pork sausage, panko for the bread crumbs and Parmesan out of the little green canister! I baked them then covered with sauce and baked a bit longer. Perfect for our meatball sandwiches."
"Delicious! I didn't use Worchestershire as I was out and used coconut sugar in place of the sugar in the rub and honey in place of the sugar in the sauce. I added lots of liquid smoke to the pork while cooking and did not add the remaining vinegar mixture during the last 30 minutes. I just shredded the pork and dressed it to taste with the ..."
"Awesome burgers! Omitted the soy sauce; added extra garlic, parsley, pepper, Liquid Smoke; only used 1/4 cup panko bread crumbs (glad I did); substituted dried minced onions and TrueLemon powder. Excited to have these again in our lunches tomorrow. Thanks so much!"
"Wonderful mellow, pleasantly spiced meat. I used beef instead of lamb, rice instead of cous cous and dried parsley rather than fresh. I skipped the first step and instead combined everything together, placed formed meatballs onto a foil-lined broiler pan and cooked at 425 degrees until done. My 4-year old and I enjoyed them with a yogurt sauce ..."
"Our family loves this soup! I slice the potatoes rather than cube, double the spices, add an extra 2 cups of broth, about 1/8 - 1/4 cup bacon bits (sounds disgusting I know, but it really makes it) and we sometimes leave out the cream. SO yummy!"