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"Thanks for making Mr. Bill chef of the day. His recipes sounded good, especially this one. I followed the recipe exactly, and it turned out perfectly. A nice variation to plain old banana bread, and the coconut topping makes it look even more appealing. Thanks, Bill. Am looking forward to trying carnitas next."
"An odd combination of ingredients, but they blend together so well. Followed to a T, but only added 1/4 c sugar and was happy with that level sweetness. Thanks for submitting such an attractive and tasty salad."
"Everyone has grown up eating goulash in one form or another. This recipe is a little more time consuming than what my mom used to make, but the bacon does give this dish an added dimension which I really like. A nice "I don't know what to make tonight" meal because most ingredients should already be in your cupboard, fridge or fre..."
"Once again, a back to basics recipe proves to be the best. I found these to be the perfect peanut butter cookies. Unlike other reviewers, I used all shortening (Crisco butter-flavored) but followed recipe to the T, even banging the sheets on the rack! A nicely crisp, perfectly round cookie, and not flat as one reviewer experienced. Thanks, tom..."
"Love this recipe! The crisp breading on these chops is nice and light, and of course, delicious. Thick chops require more time, and baking them for almost an hour still produces a nice moist meat interior. I turn mine over half way through the baking process. Thanks for sharing this great Taste of Home recipe."
"This recipe is also in Taste Of Home 1999 Annual Recipe Cookbook. You are right, startnover, it's a winner. Easy to make, easy to eat and makes two nice loaves. Thanks for posting."
"I tried this recipe via Taste Of Home 2000 Annual Cookbook. The muffins look bakery perfect and taste delicious. The original cook from the cookbook said prepared blueberry or lemon pie filling could be substituted for the apple filling. I personally like the from-scratch apple filling--it's easy to make and tastes just like apple pie. Baking ..."
"We don't eat chicken thighs often, but they frequently go on sale at the grocery store. This recipe is a good way to take advantage of cheaper chicken cuts, yet enjoy a flavorful meal. Thanks, Petunia, I didn't change a thing and our family enjoyed every bite."
"I'm usually a little leery of those pea salads found at potlucks, but if it's an Uncle Bill recipe, it has to be good. And it is. I love the dill addition. Nothing overpowering and lends itself well to any meal, fancy or not."