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"I followed the recipe exactly and was somewhat disappointed. While it does take less time than traditional perogi, it still took almost 2 hours to cook and assemble this dish. Adding the extra butter as they suggest at the end made the dish slippery and the layers slid apart when you cut it.Decent taste, but I'd rather buy frozen than make this a..."
"EASY and tastes difficult. Like a pumpkin pie only faster. I can whip this up in 10 minutes or less and the house smells wonderful while baking. Excellent in the morning cold too. I don't use nuts and it still turns out well."
"The subtitle of this dish is misleading as this is nothing like the traditional spaghetti and red sauce that we are used to. My family of 6 didn't care for it. It didn't taste bad, just very different. The cinnamon and nutmeg with the wine and beef was off-putting for us."
"Amazing cookie. My family ate the first batch before I even got ONE. I made a second batch and substituted 1/2 c of the shortening for 1/2 c peanut butter and they like those even better!Easy, smells like heaven. Only bake for the 10 minutes, cookies will not look like they are done, but let them sit before moving."
"Simple, delicious, homey, no unusual ingredients, what more could you ask for? The crust is similar to shortbread, came together like a dream. Could use this crust with canned or fresh peaches, pears, blueberries, etc.Good warm or cold. All 6 in my family gave it a thumbs-up!"