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"This meatloaf was good--however, for some reason the blue cheese flavor in it seemed a little...off. The topping is spectacular. I think I'll use it for ALL meatloaves from hereon in! If I make this one again, I would use only a tablespoon of water, or eliminate it altogether, as the topping seemed to fade away somewhat after baking. Also, I ..."
Mar 16, 2013 on Food.com
"I halved the ingredients--but the end result didn't seem spicy enough, so I used the original amount of chili sauce, horseradish, and cayenne, with only 1/2 cup each of the mayo and sour cream. Next time I think I will use three parts mayonnaise to one part sour cream--I would've liked a denser texture. All in all, a good recipe. We used..."
Mar 14, 2013 on Food.com
"These babies rock! When you want a reprieve from Buffalo wings, go for these--they're incredibly savory, (and somewhat sweet, and just delicious! And sooooo simple to prepare. We've made them many times here, and will be enjoying them again tonight. They're marinating as we speak. I don't change a thing--why mess with perfection?"
Mar 12, 2013 on Food.com
"A true classic. This is one you'll crave when you don't want anything fancy--just a delicious and comforting meatloaf reminiscent of days gone by. I mix up a sauce with ketchup, brown sugar and just a hint of mustard to top it. Perfect with mashed potatoes and a side of peas or corn. (Mixed in with the potatoes, of course! I'm really surprised th..."
Mar 9, 2013 on Food.com
"What a great meatloaf! The only changes I made were I used all beef (couldn't find ground pork and added an extra minced garlic clove. It was full of flavor and moist. Even if you don't like Ranch dressing, do try this--you don't taste it specifically--all the ingredients just blend together beautifully to produce one tasty entree. While this wou..."
Feb 28, 2013 on Food.com
"We liked this! I used 3 bone-in chicken breasts, and added a can of chicken broth to the stuffing. (Pepperidge Farm I also stirred the sour cream/soup mixture into the stuffing after about an hour or so. Nothing came out dry--as a matter of fact, there was a nice juicy surprise to be found at the bottom of the crock pot. Lots of savory broth, whi..."
Feb 25, 2013 on Food.com
"We enjoyed this! It's down-home, soul-soothing, belly-warming comfort food like you might find at a country restaurant such as Cracker Barrel or Bob Evans. It was fairly simple to prepare, browned up beautifully, and was easy to cut and serve. The pork chops were very tender. I only wish I'd used thicker ones--I used the thinner bone-in chops, and..."
Nov 29, 2012 on Food.com
"This was so good. Makes a wonderful, rich, flavorful gravy that hardly tastes as though it came from a couple of packets. Next time I'll double it, especially seeing that I can't resist tasting during the required cooking time. (It could explain why my roast wasn't quite as tender as I would've liked. But I also may have used a cheaper cut of bee..."
Nov 15, 2012 on Food.com
"One of my all-time favorite dip recipes...so yumm-o, and ridiculously easy! Years ago I went to a party given by a friend of a friend, and discovered this little gem. I couldn't stop eating it, and begged my girlfriend for MONTHS to get the recipe. Finally she said, "I thinks it's just Knorr Vegetable Dip and sour cream." Huh? I whipped some up th..."
Oct 23, 2012 on Food.com
"Made this gravy to go with recipe #272759 (Crock Pot Meatloaf and they were a match made in heaven. This is a smooth, creamy gravy that takes only minutes to prepare. It would be good with turkey or beef as well. Thanks for sharing, Pammy!"
Sep 20, 2012 on Food.com