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"I used to use this method, but no longer. I now spray white vinegar from a spray bottle into my microwave and wipe it out. The white vinegar cleans the microwave like a charm."
"These potatoes are good for any meal not just breakfast! I've used this recipe for years and use russet potatoes as I don't keep the red ones on hand. Sometimes I add a little bacon grease when frying. Yum! Seems like I got my original recipe from a recipe book featuring country singers. Thanks for sharing."
"I was looking for a sloppy joe recipe with less sodium to replace my favorite sloppy joe recipe. This one had less sodium than any I could find so I tried it. The sloppy joes turned out great and I will continue to use this recipe. The only thing I did differently was to add a couple TBS. of chopped green pepper and did not use cheese because ..."
"I usually make half of this recipe for my small family. I ,too, cut back on the amount of pasta called for and double the cheese. The recipe could possibly be made more kid friendly by omitting the green pepper and adding a small can of drained corn. I make it and freeze the leftovers. Thanks for posting."
"This is the only way to pop popcorn. When someone gives me a popcorn popper, I try it, but it soon gets donated. I've been using this method and recipe for over 50 years. The only thing I don't do is to stir the corn in the oil. I'll try that. Eating a bowl of popcorn before bedtime helps me to sleep. Thanks for posting this gr..."
"My family loves this recipe; although, I now omit the soy. In fact, I've used garlic powder for the garlic and usually put the roast in the skillet for browning before putting in the crock pot. It still turns out delicious if you like a milder flavored roast. It's also good shredded with BBQ sauce for sandwiches. Thanks for posting."
"This recipe made a delicious corn bread with a denser texture as old timey corn bread used to be . I made it with Quaker corn meal as I always have it on hand for use as a coating for fish or corn meal mush. I sprayed the skillet with baking spray, added a teaspoon of melted bacon grease to the skillet, poured in the batter, and baked it at 425 ..."
"Thanks Kurt. Finally, a Sloppy Joe that my husband actually liked! Need I say more? I tried other Sloppy Joe recipes since my original post. This still remains the easiest and the best!!"
"I've been making this since the 1970s. My adult children will ask me to make this when they come home for a visit. They have eaten desserts from around the world and this is still one of their favorites. I just got a request for this dessert earlier in the week from an older friend. Thanks for posting."
"I chose this recipe because of the healthy tomato products in it. It turned out to be much too thick for our liking. I had to keep thinning it. If I make it again, I'll cut back on the beef and tomato paste. Thanks for the recipe."