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"I tried this recipe using my Traeger wood pellet grill. I cooked the pork shoulder for 6 hours and the meat was absolutely wonderful. Generally, I like sour food, but for some reason this sauce doesn't agree with my taste buds. I've given this 4 stars because I've looked at other recipes for Carolina pulled pork, and the sauce recipes are all ba..."
"Very good! I omitted the sugar and didn't have a spice pack, so I used 3 bay leaves, 1/2 tsp. of black pepper and pinch of thyme. I stewed the cornbeef on low overnight, for about 12 hours and then added the cabbage and potatoes and cooked on high for another 4 hours. Very tasty, tender meat. A real keeper!"
"I have never before had Jambalaya, and I wanted something different so I decided to give it a try.I subbed olive oil for shortening and added the cooked rice to the jambalaya for the last few minutes of cooking.I am very fortunate in that I live 2 blocks from the historic Italian Market in South Philly, where there is a Mexican butcher sho..."
"I was just about to post my recipe for filling when I found this one, which is identical. Yes, my Nana made this too and we are very Pennsylvania Dutch. This is delicious, especially with giblet gravy.On special occasions try adding 2 cups chopped fresh oysters.Definite comfort food for me!"
"I was very skepticle of mixing ketchup, mustard and soy with brown sugar and pineapple, but I am very glad I tried it.I used fresh pineapple and cut back half on the soy, ketchup and mustard.This made for the best ham I have ever tasted!!! I just couldn't believe it. Your recipe made our Easter one to remember. Thanks much!"
"I am very glad I tried this recipe. It wasn't as difficult as I thought. I subsituted half and half for the cream and white grape juice for the wine. It was great!!"
"Very good!!I used frozen corn and peas and 2 fresh carrots sliced thin, with only 1/2 clove of chopped garlic. I also topped the potatoes with grated chedder. I didn't use a gravy mix, but added flour to the meat/veggie blend and it made a nice gravy on its own."
"This is a terrific recipe!I used a bit more of the cajun seasoning than recommended and the market didn't have cilantro, so I used fresh parsley. It came out great amd was so easy to make. I had to have seconds."
"I followed the instructions to the letter, but this didn't taste like the bourbon chicken that I get at the mall. I use very little salt when I cook because it can always be added at the table. This was far too salty for my taste. Final opinion: edible, but the salt was overpowering."