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"The best cornbread I've ever made! I didn't have any reg corn so I added a couple of slices of crumbled bacon to the middle cheese layer. I also made 2 batches - one with jalapenos and one without for the kids. FYI - I forgot the oil in the kids batter and it was still very moist without the extra fat. Thanks for posting!"
"My family thought this was just ok. Marinated for 24 hours, then grilled. After a few bites, everyone was getting BBQ sauce, ketchup etc to dip it in because it didn't have much flavor - other than salty. (I did use homemade HVR dressing) Thanks for posting!"
"This was a quick easy weeknight dinner. I used boneless and skinless thighs and still had a fair amount of grease floating on top BUT after 6 hours on low they were still moist. Thanks for posting."
"Very refreshing and a great use of all the marked-down citrus produce I bought. Next time I would start with 1 cup of sugar and add more if needed. 1.5 cups of sugar was a little too sweet for us so I squeezed 2 more lemons and 2 more limes and added another quart of water to make an even gallon. Found this originally in Taste of Home. Thanks..."
"The whole family loooooooved this pie! I especially loved that it didn't heat up the kitchen. I doubled the cream cheese (but not the sugar) and used two small instant puddings - one chocolate and white chocolate combined. Stretched the oreos into a 9 X 13 pan, layered the cream cheese, then pudding and used whipped cream for a topping. W..."
"This was very good and very easy with a great flavor. Due to dietary restrictions, I used King Arthurs Gluten-free flour and it turned out so tasty that no one in my family could tell it was gf. Thanks for posting!"
"We all enjoyed this alot. Personal preferences for next time - replace oranges with strawberries to make it more like a banana split...perhaps drizzle with chocolate sauce and pecans? Thanks for posting!"
"A quick and tasty weeknight dinner. I too saw it in a TOH cookbook. I had no canned soup so I used recipe #278160 as a substitute and it worked well. Hubby thought it needed more spice but the rest of us liked it as written. I did add a canned of petite diced tomatoes and would do that again. Thanks for posting!"