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"Found this when the fig tree decided to have it's best year ever. This is a really good meal! I didn't have cider vinegar so I used a Pinot Grigio vinegar instead, and no vermouth. still and all it was teriffic! This also worked well with pork chops and some veal medallions I cooked up for some friends. Very well done thank you for sharing"
Oct 13, 2009 on Food.com
"made this for a Mom's day party, what a great response, not to sweet, very moist and stood up to all the Moms there. I followed the suggestion and used coffe liquer along with a very condensed coffee flavoring. am definalty keeping this one! thanks for sharing"
May 17, 2009 on Food.com
"I really like using fruits as accompanyment to my meats,, this was perfect for everyone in the house, even the little ones, only change I made, I used a strawberry basalmic, really made the flavor pop, thanks for the recipe"
Apr 5, 2009 on Food.com
"I followed this recipe, is a good idea but need a little tweaking,there is no amount given for the salt, I used 1 tspn, 1/2 c wine and the lemon juice is to much made it very acidic, I reduced it to 1/4 c wine and 2 TBLS lemon, this made it less acidic and harmonized the flavors a little better, also 1/4 c Old Bay was a little heavy, reduced it ..."
Mar 16, 2009 on Food.com
"This is a great little cake ! I did a couple of changes just to make it fun for a friend, i substituted 2 oz. Jamiesons for the Buttermilk and used Baileys in the frosting instead of milk. It was a hit at my office party and will be making over and over. Thank you for the recipe."
May 15, 2008 on Food.com