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"This was really good, we did add some corn, part of a jalapeno and red bell pepper instead of the green. I used recipe #166030 for the seasoning packet mix and also as dippers recipe #208554. Was and I am sure will be again soon a family Saturday night treat. Thanks for a great recipe :yummy::chef: Matthew"
"Made these last night, and they just seem to melt away in your mouth, just making room for the next one. We only made half the amount of frosting and found that was enough, because they are great without it. We also dredged these in powdered sugar only, and they just made us get more butter out for another batch. Made for my Great Grandfather ..."
"I made this twice before I got it correct, the first time it was tangy tangy as I added all six pieces of lemon, and yes I add squeezed each one very well. Followed the recipe correctly the second time cut my lemon into 8's and used three of them into 8 ounces of soda. Now that was smoother to go down and yes quenched my thirst after football ..."
"This is very similar to a cherry loaf my Great Grandmother makes. We made this today and had no troubles at all. Made this into two loaf cakes, one for the family and one for Great Grandfather on Fathers Day. I will update review again letting you know how he enjoyed it. It is buttery and very delicate to eat. We had a thin slice with berries..."
"Well I over ate tonight and it was football practice. This chicken was so nice and moist and the gravy over mashed potatoes and corn has to be the greatest. The juice from the chicken makes this a nice golden brown sauce, and the top of the chicken was nice and sticky too. We will make this often. Thank you for a nice family recipe."
"I made this for our Sat. supper, and put it on recipe #83324. I cooked the maple syrup and butter with cinnamon no rum flavouring, and added the bananas and cooked only two minutes, then removed, I was afraid that they would go mushy. This made with the nuts and maple syrup is a lot better than the one my grandma makes with brown sugar. She sai..."
"I made this for our afternoon lunch. The lady at the store peeled the pineapple for us, so all I had to do was cut into long square thin strips. The melon I put on cotton gloves and grandma explained how to watch and use a mandolin. We sliced it thin with the rounded side down into slices. Rolled them up with a piece of each melon and pineapple..."