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"Great recipe, we enjoyed these. I was a little confused as to whether you meant for the beans and oats to be in ounces by weight or volume. I used weight. Some improvements: form 6 burgers instead of 4, unless you are looking for huge burgers. Toast the oats either in the oven or in a pan, as they tasted a bit raw. I also think it needed more vegg ..."
Sep 26, 2011 on FoodNetwork.com
"Superb recipe! Instead of grilling, I added about a few dashes of liquid smoke. It freezes well, so make a double batch."
Oct 18, 2010 on Food.com
"Yummy recipe, thanks! However, when the squash ends up pureed anyway, don't waste time peeling and dicing it. Just slice in half, put face down in 1/4" water, bake at 375 for 45-60 min, then scoop out of the shell. You can even do this 1 or 2 days ahead. When squash is in season and on sale, I fill my oven with these, then scoop and freeze in 2 cu ..."
Sep 21, 2010 on FoodNetwork.com
"This is not true cultured cottage cheese, but makes something like it. If you squeeze it out good, it makes a chewy mozzarella crumble. Once you add the cream, it looks more like cottage cheese. I served it with apple slices and it was delicious, but I also imagine it would be great added to pesto over pasta, or in a lasagna. Oh, and don't try to ..."
Jul 8, 2010 on FoodNetwork.com
"The squash ultimately ends up in the blender, so instead of the labor intensive method described here, save yourself an hour by cutting the squash in half, remove seeds, place face down in 1/4" water right in your lasagna pan, bake at 375 for 45-60 min. Then scoop the flesh with a spoon.
ALSO, the squash is MUCH easier to spread if you mix it wit ..."
Apr 16, 2010 on FoodNetwork.com
"Tastes exactly like Sprite! Good, but needs something...muddled mint? I bet mint would make more of a mojito type drink.Also, for me, this was still too sweet. I made it with 1 part plum wine, 2 parts soda. Next time, more lime and some mint."
Mar 18, 2010 on Food.com
"Easy to make. I reduced the portion size to 4 oz because 6 oz is a lot after a meal. This is heavy whipping cream and egg yolks here after all. I used oven safe teacups instead of ramekins to keep my kitchen supplies simple. You can also use espresso cups for minis, that would be about 2 oz."
Oct 23, 2008 on FoodNetwork.com