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"I have been making this recipe for 23 years, since I met my husband; it's his favorite treat!! Our recipe is nearly identical, except it doesn't include the sugar (and it's very sweet with just the peanut butter and corn syrup), or the butter (and again, the chocolate and butterscotch combination is very rich alone, and doesn't need the butter, t..."
"For those of you having issues with this recipe tasting too strongly of the nonfat dry powdered milk, check your expiration date. The milk solids in the powdered milk absolutely spoil and taste very strong. When you buy your next box, store it in the freezer. I've been doing this for years and using my powdered milk in cooking and baking with n..."
"Oh, my gosh, I've been eating this since I was a kid, and I'm 46 now!! My mom used to make it all the time and it was really wonderful until she started making it in the microwave (early '70's, when she got her Amana Radarange), which can make it gummy. But on the stovetop it turns out great. My mom even submitted it to our school recipe book, ..."
"I lovethis recipe!! I've been making deviled eggs...well since I was old enough to cook an egg, and this is our recipe, except that we use lemon juice (about a tablespoon) instead of the milk; makes the filling lighter-tasting, and as I've never been a fan of Miracle Whip, I use Best Foods Mayo -- the best. As my husband cannot digest garlic, I'..."
"This is the recipe my Auntie (my grandfather's sister, like a grandmother to me) used to make when I was growing up, though Auntie usually used pearl rice in place of the wheat (bulghur). It's so delicious! The smell of it takes me back to when I was a little girl and Auntie would make this soup on a cold day, or when one of us was not feeling w..."
"I was going to post my family's Pilaf, but decided to check and see if it was here first, and I came across this recipe. I've been making Armenian Pilaf all my life (both my parents are full-Armenian, so it's in the blood), in fact, I was 17 before I learned that rice is white; I had always eaten Pilaf, which is more a beige-yellow color...ah, we..."
"We just loved this soup!! I halved the recipe as there are only three of us but there were plenty of leftovers and everyone had two bowls! I found it so easy to prepare using onions (didn't have leeks) and pureeing with a stick-blender (immersion blender) which worked beautifully. Served it with a salad and a 1/2 loaf of crusty french bread; jus..."
"I'm sure the marinade is delightful, but the photo posted is NOT a tri-tip, which leaves me concerned about the cooking time for this particular recipe."