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"This recipe deserves a review! It's simple, delicious, makes a lot and goes far. I bet one could play around with the meat to rice to beans ratio as well. This is a great way to use up leftover chicken, and I bet it would taste really good with ground beef or turkey as well. In fact, I have some defrosted ground beef in my fridge right now. =..."
"Easy and delicious, a total winner! I used one very large rutabaga, one of the less pretty ones that didn't make the cut to go to the farmer's market, so it required a little bit of extra prep. I cut it up into small chunks, added just enough water to cover, plus salt, and they were tender in well under an hour. I only used 2 tablespoons..."
"This recipe gets an A+ for ease, and the method. The potatoes didn't turn out dry, which I love, because baked potatoes usually come out dry for me. I'd probably add extra seasoning (more garlic powder and paprika for sure, but maybe salt as well), but I'll be saving this recipe to make when I need a fast, simple, and tasty side dis..."
"This dressing rocks! I halved it because I didn't need that much dressing - I cut the mayo down even further to 1/2 cup. I think the proportions are forgiving, and that makes this recipe versatile. It's fantastic paired with chicken and assorted veggies on a big dinner salad. After I put the salad together, I added some freshly ground Hi..."
"I tweaked it a little, but overall, great recipe. I used a full 20 oz can of crushed pineapple, cut the brown sugar to 1/2 cup, and omitted the cornstarch/water mixture, since it didn't seem necessary. The sauce was still very sweet, and I feel like it would have been way too sweet with a full cup of brown sugar. Just our personal preference ..."
"Simple and delicious! The skin was crispy and tasty, and the duck was done in about 1 hour and 45 minutes. This recipe is so basic that one could pair just about any kind of sauce or gravy to go with the duck, which makes it versatile as well. This will be my go-to recipe for the ducks in my freezer. Thanks for posting!"
"Easy and delicious, perfect for pumpkin pie. Thanks to the reviewer who suggested using a pasta fork to help pull the seeds etc out - I just scraped out what the fork didn't get with a spoon and it went pretty quickly. I used this recipe for Thanksgiving Pumpkin Pie (http://www.food.com/recipe/thanksgiving-pumpkin-pie-uses-fresh-pumpkin-10597..."
"You can't really get much easier than this. The dough was a little crumbly (maybe I should've added more milk), but it still worked really well and came out pretty much like a normal pie crust, if just a little more dense. I used butter in place of oil and it worked just fine. I made this for Thanksgiving Pumpkin Pie (http://www.food.com..."
"Thank you so much for posting a recipe using fresh pumpkin! I did make this using the Pumpkin Puree (http://www.food.com/recipe/pumpkin-puree-4284) recipe instead of boiling the pumpkin, because it was simple and required no other attention while I did other kitchen tasks. I used this No Roll Pie Crust (http://www.food.com/recipe/my-no-roll-pie-cr..."
"This turned out really well. I only used 1 generous teaspoon of ginger, and instead of marinating and cooking with the glaze the whole time, I simply stuffed an onion into the cavity, salted and peppered the duck, and cooked it without the sauce for the first hour. I then brushed the sauce on the duck and cooked the remaining hour. This worked wel..."