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"My friend made this and I thought it was wonderful and deserving of five stars. But when I went to make it myself, I was surprised to see how much butter was in it, so I modified it to fit my tastes. The following changes were made:
Added two stalks diced celery with the carrots and onions.
Sauteed carrots, onions,..."
"I have never made a rump roast before and my son rolled his eyes when I told him we were trying something new for dinner tonight. After eating it, he declared that it tasted like the meat we eat on Christmas Eve (prime rib). I cooked to 140 degrees, which is a perfect medium rare. Yum! It was very tasty and easy and I will definitely be making ..."
"Recipe was a nice change of pace. Not great, but good. A little too much mustard for my taste, but will make again with a little less plus a dash of worchestershire sauce like I do for my deviled eggs. Based on the new Weight Watchers program, this would be worth 6 points (english muffin - 3, egg - 2, and mayo - 1). Thanks."
"My mom picked all her ripe tomatoes at the end of the season, put them in big zip lock bags, threw them in the freezer, and then gave them to me. I used these frozen tomatoes to make this soup (the skin fell right off when they thawed). It turned out really nice and was delicious. Went great with my grilled cheese sandwich. Will definitely make..."
"This gets five stars because it is both easy to make and tastes really good. I followed another reviewer's recommendation to let the batter sit for 15 to 20 minutes for a fluffier pancake. It worked out well. My kids love chocolate chips in their pancakes, so that is what I used. Much better than the mix I used to use and will not be buyi..."
"My picky kids ate it so I had to give it 5 stars. The shrimp were crispy and flavorful. I added all the seasonings mentioned to the batter with the addition of a few shakes of Frank's Red Hot sauce. We all enjoyed it and I will make again. Used the leftover batter to fry some onion rings. Yum."
"My very picky kids liked them so they are good enough for me! I listened to some previous reviewers and let the coated chicken sit for about 20 minutes. I like to let the chicken sit on top of the flour mixture so it can absorb as much of the flour mixture as possible. Chicken turned out golden and crispy. Will make again. Thanks"
"These have a very nice flavor and are easy to put together. The recipe is good as is and needs no changes. Will definitely make again. Thanks for the recipe."
"I really liked this as did my guests at a recent cookout. Followed directions as written. I didn't have a problem with it being runny until the next day, which is typical for this type of salad. But it was still good to eat the next day. Will make again. Thanks."
"This type of salad is totally up my alley and I loved it. Could have eaten it all. With the exception of using vegetable stock, I followed recipe as written. Will make again. Thanks!"