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"wOw! This is just a simple wonderful loaf especially with corn as the side-dish. It verged on too wet, which I think it due to using turkey that came in a plastic tube instead of the kind on the styrofoam. I ended up using an extra cup of crumbs since it was really wet. We did use half bbq sauce from the advice of another reviewer and it was nowhe..."
5 days ago on Food.com
"Thank you friend, I've been looking for this everywhere on the web. I've got the roast in the fridge all salted up now. I'm using the Top round roast as the never offer eye of round around here. This is the time tested method I've used and it never fails....except when I mix this up with my roast beef (pot roast style recipe!!..."
Mar 28, 2013 on Food.com
"Quite simply the perfect dip. This stuff is dreamy. It's just so simple and you can always have ingredients on hand to slap together for unplanned guests. The best part? Everyone will think it's something new, even though it goes back to the 50's. The first time you make leave nothing out--it's cheap/easy enough that if you don't like it, no big l..."
Jul 24, 2012 on Food.com
"This is very similar to KittenCals recipe http://www.food.com/recipe/kittencals-low-fat-oven-baked-zucchini-sticks-69063
It's amazing how just a tiny bit of bread crumbs can make them so much yummier. The calories are so much less than deep fried zucchini, but they taste just like it."
Apr 6, 2012 on Food.com
"I have this recipe written down on a card from over 20 years ago, but all it had was the ingredients and could never figure out what it was for. It's so cool we live in a world where you can just type in random ingredients and find the recipe! The only difference is that the one I have doesn't have Vanilla listed as an ingredient. I'll be trying i..."
Dec 2, 2011 on Food.com
"Perfection. It called for the perfect combination of spices to pumpkin. The batter was so yummy I almost didn't want to bake it!
Instead of 'either/or" on the cloves and allspice, I put 1/16th teaspoon of each together to make the 1/8 tsp called for. At the last minute I found that the only cinnamon I had was some cinnamon-sugar hubby h..."
Oct 19, 2010 on Food.com
"This tastes just like it sounds, nice and fresh. This isn't just for Thanksgiving...would be a nice side for pork as well. I had to add more sugar as my cranberries were really tart. We only had a tiny little food processor that just couldn't 'cut' it and ended up with finely chopped cranberries but still tastes great. We used those little Satsuma..."
Nov 26, 2009 on Food.com
"I didn't realized I never reviewed this! It's now a standard recipe that we have at least twice a month now. You simply can't go wrong with it. It makes a tender pot roast that you can slice instead of having it fall apart to shreds like many other recipes. The posted picture is one I took about halfway through the cooking process. I have to point..."
Aug 16, 2006 on Food.com
"I'm giving this 5 stars even though it's way too sweet. The reason is that the flavors are so wonderful and complex and it was so easy to make that I think everyone who looks up the recipe should try it...but using significantly less sugar. It made just enough for my husband and I and he about went into sugar coma while eating his. I'm so thrille..."
Jan 20, 2006 on Food.com
"This recipe got me to eat asparagus on a regular basis. I think the real trick is to use the GOOD olive oil. I recently found out that there can be a big difference in olive oils, and found one that has such a good flavor that I actually crave it. When I use it on the asparagus in this recipe, my formerly most HATED vegetable has become my most FA..."
Jan 10, 2006 on Food.com