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"Love this tuna casserole! I used rotini instead of egg noodles and fresh milk instead of evaporated but kept the rest the same. Amazing and so easy!"
"UPDATE: I've been fixing this recipe for 5 years now, and everyone loves it. I still leave out the coconut because there's too many picky eaters in my family, but I'm sure it's even better with it. The topping is to die for. We love it! Thanks for another Thanksgiving tradition!
We usually have sweet potato..."
"We brined our first heritage Thanksgiving turkey with this recipe. I took some notes from other recipes and added some orange slices and garlic cloves but kept everything else the same. It was the juiciest, most flavorful turkey we've ever eaten. Thanks!"
"We thought these were pretty good! I think I'd add more chocolate and peanut butter next time. The texture was great, but the peanut butter taste didn't come through as much as we would've liked. Thanks for sharing!"
"I've never had focaccia bread before, so I have nothing to compare this to, but I thought it tasted a lot like pizza crust with cheese on it. It was pretty good by itself, but I think it would be much better with some toppings or dip."
"Fabulous breakfast! I used rotisserie chicken, caramelized onions, and sauteed mushrooms along with the sauce recipe. The crepes turned out perfect! A nice alternative to omelets. Thank you!"
"If I made this again, I think I'd leave the sugar out (I only used 1/4 c.) and cut the spices in half. I think the sugar made it more syrup-like than cider-like. It tasted good, though. Most cider recipes don't call for cooking the apples - they just process them. I'd like to try it that way, too."
"Perfect! I tried the Ball canning recipe, and it was WAY too sweet. This has just the right amount of sugar in it to balance the tartness of the blackberries and lemon juice. I ended up mashing the blackberry pulp through a fine mesh strainer with a potato masher. Otherwise, it would have taken forever to get the juice. Thank you!"
"Absolutely divine! I was looking for some non-cake/cobbler ways to use blackberries, and this was one of my top picks to try. So glad I did! This vinaigrette is perfect! I served it over spinach with goat cheese and a dried fruit and nut mix. So good! Thanks!"