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"Nice basic recipe. For anyone displeased with the texture of their beans, I've read that adding salt during the cooking process can make them tough. Perhaps waiting to add salt until after they're done cooking would be helpful. I love that I can add or substitute some of the ingredients to suit other tastes and it still turns out great. Th ..."
Apr 13, 2013 on FoodNetwork.com
"This was delicious! Simple flavors and it looked like a million bucks. I ran out of ricotta and added mozzarella to compensate as best as possible (an accident on my part for not planning ahead appropriately, which still ended up great. I served with bow tie pasta and a glass of wine... mmm."
Dec 9, 2010 on FoodNetwork.com
"I really enjoy the texture of softer sugar cookies. I think the amount of sugar in the cookies is a perfect compliment to icing. Otherwise, these would be much too sweet, especially for kids. For those who do not like to use shortening, Earth Balance makes a non hydrogenated version that works equally well--at least in my experience."
Dec 7, 2010 on Food.com
"I love using bananas as a binder, the taste and consistency usually turn out superb. But we are big banana lovers. This recipe is great, a good base for other ideas I've worked on. I eventually left out the chocolate chips and went with a strawberry jam swirl = PBJ and banana twist. That was huge hit with the kids. But all in all this recipe is a ..."
Dec 2, 2010 on Food.com
"Alton is pretty good at providing some great basic recipes. I think the more bones and pieces, the better. For anyone having 'flavor' issues, make sure you have a good carcass--large or more than one. That's where most of the flavor comes from, along with the veggies and herbs of course. But if you're a salt fiend, then this recipe ..."
Nov 21, 2010 on FoodNetwork.com