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"I make these at least once a week (usually on Saturday mornings) and double the recipe to keep on hand for weekday breakfasts -- although they often don't make it past Monday! My four kids and husband love this recipe and ask for it all the time. Buttermilk is a staple on my grocery list. I always have a half gallon on hand. I also add a tabl..."
"I've been meaning to buy parchment paper for years, and now I will be sure to always have parchment paper -- and bacon -- in my kitchen, so I can make bacon whenever the mood strikes. This is by far the easiest, most delicious way to make bacon. In lieu of parchment paper, I used aluminum foil this time."
"yum! whole family loved it --- I followed the suggestions of others before me and added the leftover butter/lemon mix (after dredging the fish) to the pan in which I was cooking the tilapia. Definitely a keeper!"
"I made this recipe, and my family was so disappointed ... when I told them I had only made enough for one serving! It was AMAZING! Like others before me, I marinated the fillets in an 8-by-11 glass dish and then cooked the fillets in the dish (with the marinade still in the dish), covered with aluminum foil. The marinade didn't go to waste either ..."
"such an easy, delicious meal -- and I made it with ingredients that I had on hand, which is always nice :). Following earlier suggestions, I added a small can of diced green chilis to the bean/turkey mix. I wanted to add a can of diced Rotel tomatoes (as also suggested) to thin out the bean/turkey mix a bit, but I didn't have a can on hand so used..."
"Best meatloaf ever! My very picky children had two helpings (husband had three)! Only change I made was that I used a "meatloaf" blend of ground meats sold at Harris Teeter -- it's a blend of beef/veal/pork."
"LOVE this recipe! I've been making stuffed shells for the past 20 years, and after floating from one recipe to the next, I've "hit a home run" and found a staple, says my husband. The consistency of the cheese filling is really what does it for me. Too many times in the past, shells come out soupy or too heavy/rich/creamy. The only changes I made:..."