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"These are really good! I've made them many times now, and have even made them using home-cooked pintos and they came out well. As others have said, you can experiment by adding some cumin or bacon grease to amp up the flavor if you like. To those who are having trouble with the beer - I'd say it's best to use a lager in this recipe, like a Corona,..."
Jul 25, 2012 on Food.com
"This is really great, especially when you consider how quick and simple it is. I've made it once as written and once with a combo of olive oil and a little bacon grease. Really delicious. As others have said, you could also throw in some onions or maybe a little garlic - haven't tried that yet but I bet it would give it an even bigger flavor boost."
Jul 23, 2012 on Food.com
"This was a great cod dish with lots of flavor. I sauteed the cod for 3 minutes on each side as I didn't want to heat up the house using the oven to bake it - too hot right now in July. The tapenade is delicious and really goes well with the cod."
Jul 8, 2011 on Food.com
"This worked very well for me - I had some jam which had not set, and this did the trick. FYI - this scales down well. I only had 4 half pints of jam to work with, so I just used the formula of 1/2 ounce each of sugar, lemon juice and pectin per half pint, and it set up beautifully. Thanks so much for posting this; it's so disappointing when jelly ..."
Feb 14, 2011 on Food.com
"Very good - I added 1 cup of diced celery. Nice way to use up leftover turkey after Thanksgiving."
Dec 6, 2010 on Food.com
"Chef #642310 - not everyone in the Recipezaar community lives in North America, and because of this Recipezaar provides a handy measurement converter:http://www.recipezaar.com/library/calc.zspwhich you can use to convert liquid, weight, temperature, and length measurements.French Tart states, in her recipe, that the oven should be pre-heated..."
Feb 14, 2010 on Food.com
"This is an excellent banana bread - it is very moist and dense, which I like. If you are looking for a dry, light banana bread, this is not the bread for you. I baked it in a bundt pan, and had no problems with it being done in the center; it was done in 45 minutes. The only change I might make is to up the salt a bit, to 1/2 a teaspoon, and I ad..."
Jan 14, 2010 on Food.com
"Excellent ham and bean soup! Do pay attention to the recommendation to use low-sodium chicken broth - I used low sodium broth and did not add any bouillon granules, and the soup was teetering on the balance of being a bit too salty by the time it was finished cooking - the ham I had must have been a really salty one.Definitely taste before adding..."
Nov 17, 2009 on Food.com
"This is a very good and is a great quick fix if you are hungry for chicken and dumplings. N.B. - to those reviewers who said it was soupy and did not form dumplings - you have to use self-rising flour in this recipe, no other flour will work - ALSO - self-rising flour goes stale after a while and will not "rise" if it is stale. If you have had the..."
Sep 29, 2009 on Food.com
"This is excellent! I live in NYC, and it is very hard to find good Mexican food here, so if you want some you have to make it on your own. This is exactly like the rice at my favorite Mexican restaurant in Atlanta, Taxco.The second time I made it I changed it a little - I put the garlic and jalapenos in the blender with the onions and tomato and ..."
Jul 12, 2009 on Food.com