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"With the exception of using Macintosh apples instead of Granny Smith, I followed the recipe as written. It turned out to be a really tasty loaf. I served it the first night with rings of steamed acorn squash and quinoa cooked in chicken broth. Next day, it sliced up into tasty sandwiches on pumpernickel bread with lettuce, dijon mustard and a cran..."
"From the aroma when it's cooking to the last drop of gravy on the plate, this was absolutely delicious! And couldn't be easier to prepare. I used chicken thighs instead of breasts and cream of mushroom soup instead of cream of chicken. I also added a bit more wine during cooking since I ended up having to cook it a bit longer than required. Served..."
"Made this and shared it with friends - even the one that doesn't usually like salmon enjoyed this. Thanks, Village Cafe, for posting. Made for PAC Spring 2010."
"Very good! I used ground chicken as ground turkey was not available. My peppers were a little small so I layered the leftover stuffing in a small casserole and put it in the freezer to cook another day. Since I was short on time, I cooked the peppers for 4 hours on high in the slow cooker with good results. Served these with a southwestern-style ..."
"The prep is definitely worth the effort. I marinated the chicken and veg for 4 hours. Couldn't get portabellas so used some very large button mushrooms which worked well. I baked this for 3 hours covered and then uncovered it for the last hour. The chicken was a tad on the dry side so next time, I will leave it covered the whole time or do it in t..."
"The grated ginger root and pineapple juice make this a very tasty dish. The prep is easy and served with a green salad this was a wonderful dinner. The leftovers reheated nicely as well. Thanks Village Chef for sharing. Made for PAC Spring 2010."
"Excellent! I followed this recipe as written and mmm, it is so good. We enjoyed very much and I will definitely prepare it again. Thank you AlwaysEnL for posting! Made for PAC Spring 2010."
"Used this rub on pork back ribs and boneless, skinless chicken breasts. Since I didn't have garlic powder, Season-all salt or kosher salt (used sea salt for the salt), I want to try this rub again, but still have to say it was quite tasty even without these ingredients. I put the ribs on racks in a baking pan, filled the bottom of the pan with app..."
"A big, beautiful, deliciously dense cake. I followed the recipe using lemon juice and milk instead of buttermilk. As for the baking time, mine went an hour and a half. I used the freezer trick, stored the cake in the fridge and served it cold. I did have some leftover icing but that's a good problem to have. Everyone enjoyed this cake and I would ..."
"This is more preparation than liver usually gets in my kitchen, but it was worth the extra effort. My helpful husband chopped up an extra onion and I accidentally added an extra egg (probably the distraction of having my hubby in the kitchen). It was a good meal with mashed potatoes and we will make it again. Thanks for sharing, Miss Annie."