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"Made this for my family reunion this past weekend, and it was pretty awesome. My young (7-year-old twins and 4-year-old sister nieces were even able to get in on the action by helping me put the chocolate chips on top, so we called it the cake "we" made. For my next trick--making the sunFLOWER cake into a sunSHINE cake by using yellow cake & f..."
Apr 28, 2008 on Food.com
"Absolutely OUTSTANDING. Quick and easy, and extremely tasty! I added 1/2 a tsp. of chili powder, which gave it a pleasant bit of zip. I'm so glad I found this recipe!!"
Nov 21, 2007 on Food.com
"Oh my GOODNESS this was a great recipe. The chicken came out juicy, and the ranch dressing mix in the coating gave it a really unexpected flavor. Very easy to prepare, and (since it's just my husband and me very easy to modify to fewer servings. I will definitely be replacing my old oven chicken recipe with this one (sorry Mom!"
Aug 9, 2007 on Food.com
"This soup is super-duper, unbelievably easy and QUICK to put together! Had a pleasantly zingy taste, as well. If I make this soup again, I'd probably cut the chicken stock from 4 cups to 3 (or less, as I prefer my soups a little thicker, but overall a good recipe!"
Aug 8, 2007 on Food.com
"Incredibly easy and tasty. Pleasantly zingy without being overwhelming. Since there's only my husband and me, I only used a 1 lb. roast, which was perfect. I also added in some Cajun seasoning and substituted ground red cayenne pepper for the crushed red pepper flakes. Hubby thought it was so good that it's "company food." Great recipe!!"
Jul 9, 2007 on Food.com
"The venison I had was essentially very thin deer medallions, but it didn't matter. This was really good, and definitely a new and interesting way to cook deer that's not plain ol' deerburgers or deer chili. Really easy to make for sure. Thanks for a great recipe!"
Apr 21, 2007 on Food.com
"Very nice! I may cut the amount of carrots a bit next time as it was just a smidgen carroty for my taste. I used whole chicken breasts instead of cutting the chicken up and it worked just fine. The chicken was fork tender after 7 hours, and wow did this make the house smell good while it was cooking. Good recipe!"
Apr 21, 2007 on Food.com
"Definitely tasty and easy. We used the chicken broth instead of the beef and it tasted really good. It was a little bit spinach-y for my taste, but my husband said it was so pretty looking it would be something we'd make for company. Thanks for a great recipe!"
Apr 17, 2007 on Food.com
"Extremely easy to prepare, and an interesting and surprising flavor! At first I wasn't sure if I liked it or not. Then I noticed I was ignoring everything else on my plate and shoveling in the deer. This is definitely one we'll be using again next time we have deer meat. Wow!"
Apr 5, 2007 on Food.com
"Outstanding!!! Really really easy to prepare and nicely zippy flavor! I found it was easier to cook the sausage in a skillet, then add it to the stockpot. A couple of changes I will make next time are that I will cut the sausage a bit smaller, and I will use the pettite diced tomatoes rather than the regular ones. I can't wait until tomorrow s..."
Mar 20, 2007 on Food.com