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"These were wonderful! I did add some raisins and chopped pecans to the filling, and everyone raved. It does take some time, but it is worth it!"
"I made these Christmas morning, and they were a big hit. The only change that I made was to add chopped pecans to the cinnamon sugar (we like nuts in our sweet rolls). We polished off 1 pan over presents ourselves, and my husband took the other 2 pans to his firehouse for breakfast, After warming them up slightly, they disappeared in minutes. ..."
"I made this for Christmas dinner, and it was delicious! Even the skin, which usually gets tossed in my house, disappeared. The seasoning was delicious, and the drippings made great gravy. This is a keeper for those special occasions when we have a small crowd."
"I made this for Christmas Eve, and it was a big hit. The pear sauce is a very good counterpoint to the saltiness of the ham. My family loved it!"
"This is a very rich, chocolate-y cake. I made it yesterday as a birthday cake for my son, and my chocoholic family inhaled it. However, it is not the original Brooklyn blackout cake that I grew up on. The cake I remember from my childhood was from Ebinger's, which closed in the 70's. It was a dense, 3-layer cake with a chocolate pudding fillin..."
"This was absolutely lovely! I made it exactly as written (unusual for me)and it was perfect. Even my family, who are not fish lovers, inhaled it. I served it with lemon couscous and a cucumber and tomato salad. Wonderful!"
"I made this to go in the lemon angel cake with berries for Passover. I replaced the butter with parve margarine and it still was delicious. The taste was very fresh. I can imagine how good it will be when I make it with the butter to go with a dairy meal."
"I made this recipe for Passover yesterday by replacing the cake flour with matzoh cake meal, and the butter in the lemon curd with parve margarine. It was a beautiful, high angel cake with a bright fresh taste. My family gave it raves, which is saying something, since they usually go for the chocolate. This was not only delicious, but it was be..."
"My family really enjoyed this. I did make it with reduced fat "everything" (1% milk, reduced fat sour cream, reduced fat cream of mushroom soup and 2% cheddar cheese) and it came out just fine. I did find that I had to bake it for about 20 minutes longer than the recipe called for to fully cook both the pork and the potatoes."
"I made this to bring to our Thanksgiving celebration, and even my chocoholic family gave it raves. I've never had good results baking cheesecake, but this was beautiful and delicious. I made the recipe exactly as written. The cheesecake was creamy and not too heavy, and the cranberry mixture was just sweet enough. The adition of the cinnamon a..."