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"Simple, straight-forward, no skill required. I had very unpleasant metallic-tasting results with Cento brand tomatoes, but the San Marzano tomatoes (with the white label) work for me every time. I make no changes until the end, when I add a generous squirt of the pulverized Italian herbs that come in a tube in the produce case (just like Gran..."
"I know it's unsophisticated to like anything that uses canned soup, so I wouldn't go around bragging about it, but this casserole is quick comfort food, (especially if you use a roast chicken from the grocery store). I stir in some still-frozen broccoli florets to make it a one-dish meal that doesn't overcook the broccoli. And of ..."
"What a handy recipe to have in the arsenal. Used whole wheat tortillas (pretending to eat healthy). Made about 2/3 of them using the basic recipe with a little extra slosh of salsa, then added diced cooked potatoes (browned in a skillet), green pepper and onion to the remaining filling to make a Denver omelet version. Either I used oversized t..."
"I made this lasagna for the first time last week, following the recipe in the ATK publication almost exactly. (I think it said that part-skim mozzarella was okay, and I'm pretty sure that's what I did.) Because 2 people don't need a 9x13 pan full of lasagna, I used 3 disposable foil loaf pans; the first noodle will have to be sna..."
"I always feel less-than-gourmet when I use canned soup, but this recipe produces a very simple, comforting casserole that suggests days gone by and church suppers. When I first encountered this recipe - where, I don't remember - it suggested substituting broccoli for some of the chicken, and sprinkling a layer of cheddar cheese over the chi..."
"Flashback to my childhood. My mother was always a little vague when I asked her how to make "goulash", but this recipe has filled in the gaps. Since we're empty-nesters now and - the real reason - because I had only one can of stewed tomatoes, I cut all the quantities in half. Thanks to other reviewers' suggestions, I chop..."
"We just polished off a 3/4 lb. pork tenderloin prepared using this recipe. (I cut the marinade ingredients in half because I was using just one tenderloin.) At about 30 minutes into the cooking time, the aroma began to waft, I began to salivate, and an unruly crowd assembled - husband, dog, cat - all with attention focused on the oven door. ..."
"Review #354. Hardly necessary, is it? I hated to see that delicious cooking marinade go to waste, so I poured it over a few ounces of cooked linguine, tossed it to coat the pasta, then put the salmon on top. Next time, I'll include some grilled zucchini. Husband is only mildly enthused about salmon or pasta, but he's in the kitchen right now,..."
"I remember this one! A childhood favorite that produced THE best sugar cookies. I'm glad to have the recipe again after [mumble-mumble] years."
"Exactly the recipe I've used every year since 1971, when I was a newlywed Air Force wife, far from family and hometown. Another AF wife made this pie for our shared Thanksgiving, and it's been a favorite ever since. Vicki has done a great service here, sharing the recipe that Laurie introduced me to so long ago. Thanks to both of you."