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"Delicious Pork. I used boneless pork chops, cutting off all visible fat before cooking. I followed a suggestion from another reviewer to add Tabasco & Worcestershire sauce. Served it with left over mashed potatoes and steamed broccoli. One of the men loved dipping his broccoli in the sauce. He wants his broccoli with this sauce from now on. ..."
"First of all, you do not need another cup of sugar with canned peaches which are plenty sweet already. So I skipped the 2nd cup of sugar and the cobbler was still a bit too sweet. But the reason I gave the low score was mostly because of the spices. By not stirring after adding the peaches, the spices were overly strong and bitter in pockets wh..."
"This was delicious. I used fresh crushed garlic instead of garlic powder. Fresh Basil. A 14 oz can of tomatoes instead of the sundried tomatoes. Served it with Tobasco on the side. Will definitely add this to my favorites."
"Wonderful flavor, lemon sauce was a big hit, plus whipped cream. Yum! EASY to make. Not too sweet. Just right. I used Ginger Crisp apples. They softened right up. I didn't get the caramelized apple flavor mentioned by Brandess. Was that because my apples were too juicy?"
"This was really good. I served it with Mexican Cilantro rice and guacamole. My husband thought it was perfect the way it was, but, I think next time, I'll add some cilantro, lime juice, and a bit of cumin to the mix, and make up some fresh salsa. I thought it needed a little more fresh flavor. It was too meaty for me. I'll definitely make i..."
"My husband took one bite and pushed it away. I'm not that fussy an eater, but this was really nasty. I choked down a few more bites. My son said to shred the recipe. I threw it out, and we went hungry until I could come up with something else for dinner."
"I used 2 cups buttermilk for the milk, and canola oil instead of butter. The bread came out lighter than most whole wheat breads I've made, not too crumbly, absolutely delicious."