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"WOW...This was really good! My DH doesn't like Pineapple (but I love it) so needless to say we don't do Pineapple Upside-Down Cake in our house but DH does love peaches so this is the best of both worlds for both of us. This will definetly go into my Favorites file...Thnx so much!"
"I fixed this tonight for myself and DH. It was so much better than just frying up a hamburger patty. From now on this is the only way I will make Hamburger Steak!"
"My husband & I just returned from New Orleans & Of course I had to have a muffuletta!! I bought some olive salad from a market and used that.I had also bought some lg Kaiser rolls (unless you are serving more that 1 person the Kaiser rolls work well cuz the Italian loaf makes "alot")and the sandwich was the perfect size for just one. I layered m..."
"This was sooooo good! Real similar to a dish that my husband (and I) order at a chain restaurant. This is definetly going in my FAVORITES file. Thnx for sharing."
"This is soooo good! Had just the flavor I was looking for. I did use Balsamic vinegar instead of red wine vinegar and just before serving I topped each slice with some shaved, fresh parmesan cheese.My husband and I love bruschetta and this one fit the bill...thanks so much for sharing!"
"This is yummy!! I am addicted to flavored coffee creamers but have recently started Weight Watchers and use up daily points fast with the store-bought brands. Was sooo happy to see this posted and gave it a try...am so glad I did. I too used fat free coffee creamer and splenda and can now have my coffee flavored as I like without sacrificing my..."
"We have been eating this bbq sauce for years! Fortunately for me I live in Northern Alabama and have access to the restaurant that originated the white bbq sauce (Big Bob Gibson's). It's my understanding that this white sauce is indicative only to Northern Alabama. The only way I have ever seen it eaten or have eaten it myself is with "smoked" ch..."