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"I tried this recipe on a whim for a beer tasting party. The sauce doesn't make much so I had to make an additional batch for post-cooking, but the flavor was fantastic. I added a dash of liquid smoke to the sauce (as well as a dash directly in the crock pot before starting cooking, and it mellowed out quite nicely. I was able to get about 15+ ..."
Mar 2, 2010 on Food.com
"I made this for a thanksgiving 2008 appetizer and was so very pleased. it was quite easy to put together... everything all in one bowl. even the roasted pecans were quick. but the flavor - was the best part. served with triscuit-like crackers, the dip went so fast all while the guests were reminiscing over this "vintage" dish. the only downsi..."
Dec 9, 2008 on Food.com
"I can't begin to describe how flavorful and delicious this applesauce is. I made this for a fall-themed pot luck luncheon at work; I received many rave reviews for it! I prepped my apples ahead of time so that I could prepare it fresh that next morning and had no problems. I used the granny smiths which made for a very tart applesauce. I accom..."
Sep 27, 2008 on Food.com
"I used this recipe for a fall-themed pot luck luncheon at work. I have never received so many rave reviews! the cake was easy to put together. I used macintosh apples b/c they were in the bowl on our table. it ended up very sweet (which was fine with me, but I had accompanied the dish with recipe #16587 (slow cooked cinnamon applesauce which..."
Sep 27, 2008 on Food.com
"I had been looking for a crock pot rib recipe that would take more than 6-8 hrs. DH and I work 30 min. away, so a full day at work means at least 9 hrs away from home. I made these last night and they were spectacular. most of the meat fell off the bone before we even took them out. they were very flavorful and moist. (I had one piece that was a l..."
Mar 14, 2008 on Food.com
"I had never made this before... but it is a favorite with my husband's jewish side and his mother's side as well. I cut back on the onion (only used half and only added half the kasha mixture to the bowties. still turned out fabulously - very tasty. and now I have enough of the cooked kasha for the next box of pasta! great recipe - thank you!"
Feb 19, 2008 on Food.com
"I first made the dish using tilapia, as indicated. so incredibly tasty. then, I tried it out on top of chicken. also, extremely tasty. I didn't have time to marinate, so I just used meat-counter-marinated-chicken and I'm glad I did. not that it would have been dry otherwise, but it just added a bit more flavor and complimented the cheesy topp..."
May 5, 2007 on Food.com
"please don't get me wrong (I don't want to be berated on the boards for being a bad cook... I *loved* this recipe. it tasted so good, and I understand that I think I did something wrong. maybe some help?! I baked the cakes, no issue. I made my filling, let it gel, no issue. I made my frosting, no issue. I put together my cake and my gel fil ..."
Apr 8, 2007 on FoodNetwork.com
"I thought that this was one of the best banana breads I have made. SOOO much better than out of the box, for certain. My only issue (which really isn't an issue I guess is that I found the sides and bottom to be much harder... not even crisp really, just hard. I baked for an hour... and the center wasn't solid, so I put it in for another 1/4 hr. ..."
Mar 8, 2007 on Food.com
"I made these last night for our Super Bowl gathering... they were all gone in about 5 minutes! Everyone absolutely loved them. The chicken was nice and tender, and the sauce was really flavorful... not to mention how great my kitchen smelled while they were baking. I used Purdue wings which were a little on the scrawny side... so 75 minutes was..."
Feb 5, 2007 on Food.com