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"We call it a Hot Toddy around these parts. It was standard treatment for our worst colds. I didn't know about inhaling the steam, however. We would drink it, sweetened with some honey, and bundle up in blankets afterward to "sweat the cold out." It does work."
"Thank you so much for posting this recipe. All of my life I have eaten my scrambled eggs exactly this way - right down to warning the cook to "keep those eggs moving in the pan and don't walk away!" I never knew that my Swedish ancestors were probably eating theirs this way too. Talk about genetic memory! And they are indeed yummy. ..."
"I intend to find all the ingredients to make this exactly as written to use as a dip in the future. I made many alterations to make it a soupier sauce for some stir-fried pork and veggies but stuck with the seasonings and substitutions to approximate seasonings I did not have on hand and it was still fantastic! Thanks for sharing Carol!"
"We've made this twice now and it is truly excellent. We use kielbasa and cubed chicken breasts. I also add a couple of dashes of liquid smoke to each batch. The teens in the home absolutely love it. The whole is much greater than the sum of it's parts."
"We've made these twice now and the clan unanimously agrees that this is our new "family brownie recipe". Wonderful, fudgy flavor and texture. Even the 17 year old son was able to achieve excellent results following the recipe."
"According to the family, borderline fish eaters, and the head cook and bottle washer who is a confirmed fish hater, this was the best d@mned fish we ever had. Looks like Salmon Patties are going into "cook often" file. Was really easy too. I took a chance and used baking powder, as listed in the ingredients. The instructions said "soda" so I wasn'..."
"Made this to go with Greco Chicken and Pasta tonight. I set the breadmaker for "dough" and shaped it into a traditional french bread shape. Let it rise for 30 minutes then baked at 400F for 25 minutes with a dish of water on the bottom rack to mimic a stone oven. The kid loved it. Nice and crusty with good flavor."
"Made this as a quickie when my son showed up with his girlfriend. I used 1 1/2 cups of toddler banana babyfood, which is the quick equivalent of mashed banana. I added walnuts. Baked and served in an 8x8 glass square pan. Blended together 8 oz. cream cheese with 1/2 cup of sugar for a quick frosting. Got rave reviews fresh from the oven. It was ev..."
"Mmmm, Mmmm, Good! Talk about comfort food. I served this tonight with cornbread, buttered egg noodles and collard greens (bacon fat, butter and all - we ain't scared of no stinkin' cholesterol!)Even the finicky eater loved it. Thanks, Peg!"