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"Wow! Sorry this took me so long to review. I have made it a couple times and it is HEAVENLY! My granny passed on her addiction for pimento cheese to me and I only wish she were still alive to taste this! I just used all cheddar and it was fantastic :) Topped with home grown tomatoes is THE BEST way to eat it in a sandwich IMHO"
"These were excellent! We absolutely LOVED these. My powdered ginger was old so I used fresh. I always keep ginger root in the freezer and just grate it on a micro plane when I need some. Also the dough was a little dry like you said so instead of milk I added sorghum syrup. I would have used molasses but was out. I rolled pretty thin, about a quar..."
"I loved the simplicity of this dish! The flavors were outstanding as well. While my noddles boiled I heated half butter and half olive oil, added my garlic (4 cloves) and shrimp and saut"
"Sooo good!!!! I simplified a little by browning my meat with all the veggies and a tiny bit of olive oil. Then I added my flour and stirred around, poured in 3 cups water with 3 tsp beef bullion and butter. I let it simmer until veggies were tender, added a can of canned condensed milk and 2 cups cheddar. Stirred to melt and turned off heat. That ..."
"Loved this recipe! I made it in the bread machine and used part 7 grain. It came out perfectly!!! Will be making again and again :) Thanks!!"
"Wonderful chops! I did it the lazy way though. I thawed the chops, coated them with Italian style bread crumbs, sprinkled a little garlic salt and pepper and put in a 375 degree oven uncovered. After 20 minutes I covered with sauce (mushroom soup and half a can if sherry). 20 more minutes and they were perfect! Everyone loved it, thanks!"
"Everyone loves this with a few minor changes. I added two large minced cloves of garlic and a tsp of beef bullion granules. I increased Worcestershire sauce to one Tbl. I added more cheese to top and put about a 1/2 inch of water in the bottom of the pan. Covered tightly with foil I baked for about an hour for rice to completely soften. My husband..."
"Loved these! It reminds me if a scone but cooked like a biscuit. Very yummy , this is my go to biscuit recipe and so easy that I have it memorized :) Thank you for a wonderful recipe!!"
"This was really good and easy and the best part was everyone in my family of 5 loved it! I'm saving this to my cookbook :)"