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"Hubby really enjoyed this : I like that it is a dry rub, so if I don't have soy sauce I can still make jerky - thanks!"
Aug 6, 2009 on Food.com
"Excellent! Made just as written, except we clicked the word Bisquick on the recipe and made up our own from that recipe. We only had mozarella cheese so we used that. A hit all around from youngest child to my hubby! Thanks so much! :"
Jul 17, 2007 on Food.com
"Excellent! Thanks! I made mine from turkey breast meat. Ground it up on the coarse setting of my meat grinder instead of pulsing it. It took 2 hours to reach 180F baking at 350F. Will definitely be making this again."
Jan 30, 2007 on Food.com
"Yet another member that found it in the Kraft mag, isn't it YUMMY?! I didn't have the Catalina dressing on hand, but did have the ingredients to make it, used this recipe: Recipe #44124 and it came out GREAT! My whole family loved it!"
Oct 14, 2005 on Food.com
"Hmmm... are the cookies supposed to look like the ones in the photo? Mine were also crumbly, so 'round the edges they're all crumbly and mine are way fatter than the photo too... but.... GOOD! : Next time I'll add in that extra egg to see if that helps with the crumbly issue."
Sep 19, 2005 on Food.com
"I usually use plain cookies and mash them up with butter/margarine for the shell for my Milk Tart (South African tart. Since I had no cookies on hand I decided to try this and it was a wonderful substitute. Crumbly and with just enough sweetness for a sweet tart. It was a little challenging to press it evenly into the pan, but that's to be exp..."
Sep 15, 2005 on Food.com