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"This was absolutely marvelous. I thought I'd give it a try because it looked relatively healthy and I'm very glad I did. It was my first real experience with avocados (outside of trying guacamole, which I didn't really care for) My housemates also raved about it. We all gave it 5 stars and I've been told I can make it every night if I want! Truly ..."
"Oh, this was awesome! I love sweet potatoes and cranberries, but would never have thought to put them together. It is a great combination with the orange juice, etc -- everything balances very nicely! It went well with my Bishop's Brisket and I'm planning to have it again with a nice pork roast or tenderloin. Thanks for posting another keeper!Mad..."
"OMG!! This cake is out of this world! I used Granny Smith apples and the cake came out just perfect - not too sweet and not too tart- and the apples were tender, but not "mushy". I was also concerned at first about whether there was enough batter, but (as Nif said) it did expand quite nicely. My sister and I did a taste test while it was still wa..."
"These were really good! Not too sweet, which I found particularly nice. The molasses does give these cookies a different flavor. I cut the recipe down to serve 2 and got about 2 and 1/2 dozen. I also made the half of them with just raisins and then added cranberries into the last half - I love the combination.Both turned out well. Thanks for a ve..."
"Bacon grease and green beans - how can it miss? We don't eat green beans from a can so I used fresh. For the liquid, I used about 1/4 cup of vegetable stock. Simmering for 1/2 hour made the green beans tender crisp - which is just how we like them! Yum! Thanks for posting! Made for PAC - Spring 2009"
"I really liked this! I couldn't find a block of american cheese for grating, but I did find a small block of a colby/mild cheddar/monteray jack blend. I used the food processor to make those almonds really really fine and also to grate the cheese (I love that little machine!) I had this on some sweet rolls I'd gotten from Costco and like it. I als..."
"We really enjoyed this. I had gotten some nice boneless pork loin (sliced) on sale so I used that in place of actual "chops" - they really came out tender, moist and tasty! And I think next time I should use smaller potatoes. I used 4 large ones and barely had enough room to fit everything in my largest skillet! LOLMade for PAC- Spring 2009 and ..."
"Oh MizzNezz, I really liked this. It was very easy and quite tasty. I did use beef stock instead of broth (to cut the sodium a bit). Used 2 tsps of garlic and substituted Great Northern Beans for the Butter/Lima beans (personal preferences) Very minor changes to a lovely recipe. Thanks for posting!"
"Folding and holding with a drop of water didn't work for me at first(the won-tons leaked big time on the first batch - I told my sister I had defective wrappers. LOL) Then I got bright and did the fold and hold with water and then crimped those edges with a fork. It worked nicely, so now I know for next time. And there will be PLENTY of next times..."
"This was unbelievably delicious! I made it exactly as written with the exception of the bread crumbs (I'm not overly fond of breadcrumb toppings). The vanilla does, indeed make a difference. Thanks, Bergy for another winner!"