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"I wasn't wowed by this. The taste was good, but simple, just not that exciting. Be sure to use dipping chocolate as otherwise it's hard to get the chocolate to set (yes, fridge works but then chocolate can easily become too 'melty' again unless you serve cookies right out of the fridge)."
"I would give it a 5 if I had known to use top quality ham, top quality Swiss. These are what makes it taste. I used regular grocery store brands, and while it was good, it wasn't exciting."
"I was looking for a lighter airier version - simple but way too dense and thick for my liking. Used good quality chocolate and brandy as both will make a difference in taste."
"Needs some spices! Really tasted too bland to me without any excitement, other than the basic onion salt and pepper taste. Need to add some zest!"
"I actually used Sour Cream instead of light cream (because I didn't have any) and it was excellent. What a great recipe. I did not get the chicken breasts down to 1/4" and so had to cook them longer (traditional 'until the fork pierces and juice runs clear') but wow was this yummy!"
"I'd say be sure to use good quality almond paste. I tried this (and was careful to check expiration dates, etc.) and the almond part of the cookie tasted burnt, tho cookies were not burnt. Just not at all what I expected, tho love almond things, and baked carefully following instructions."