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"I made this yesterday for a party. The lettuces and colored peppers at the grocery happened to be quite large so the salad turned out HUGE. Not that I'm complaining; it was DELICIOUS and a great hit. I took the advice of others and cut the sugar back to half a cup, and I also cut back on the butter a bit for stir-frying the noodle mix and it ..."
Apr 2, 2013 on Food.com
"Food.com asks you to check before you post a recipe, to see if it's already posted. That's how I found this recipe. It's word for word- and I mean every word of the ingredients and the directions- the same as the index card given to me about 15 years ago by my now ex mom-in-law. I can attest that this dish is excellent... a really lovely flavor..."
Jan 24, 2011 on Food.com
"Made this in the pressure cooker and it turned out beautifully. The only change I made was the addition of a couple of teaspoons of capers. (Next time I'd like to add a couple of small anchovy fillets as well. I cooked it for 12 minutes under pressure (stopper rocking, medium and then let it cool down on its own, and it was perfect. We had i..."
Dec 6, 2010 on Food.com
"GREAT recipe, thanks for posting! (I'd like to add that if you don't already keep powdered buttermilk in stock, you darned well should! It opens the doors for tons of wonderful recipes- like this one- without leaving you stuck with half a carton of buttermilk in the fridge. And it's even good enough to use to make buttermilk pie. We had this l..."
Dec 6, 2010 on Food.com
"I cook a LOT but haven't added risotto to my repertoire because I was put off by the thought of standing at the stove, stirring, for the better part of an hour. So I was really excited to find this recipe... so excited I got up off the sofa and went to the store to buy ingredients for it right then and there... at 10:30 at night. :P I followed th..."
Nov 7, 2010 on Food.com
"I made this last night. This is PERFECT and we were so pleased with it. I had my usual trouble with measuring the yeast, but only because I buy the bulk instant yeast and the recipe is written for the little packets. My general rule of thumb is 1 teaspoon of instant rise yeast per cup of flour, so I used 1 and a half teaspoons for this recipe a..."
Aug 10, 2010 on Food.com
"Thanks so much for posting! I do not like Red Lobster at ALL (it's the McDonald's of seafood but I was taken there once by someone and LOVED the Cheddar Bay biscuits. I took a few of them home and discovered the next day that they make an excellent starting point for party sandwiches... add sliced cherry tomato, smoked turkey, etc... Since then..."
Mar 29, 2010 on Food.com
"Easy and delicious; thanks for sharing! One clove of garlic didn't look like nearly enough for our tastes so I used three and it was perfect. I didn't have A-1 steak sauce so I used Heinz chili sauce. It turned out moist and delicious, as advertised. We both really loved it and I'm definitely keeping this one. Thanks again!UPDATE: Yup, makes ..."
Mar 26, 2010 on Food.com
"Really good. I had a HUGE bunch of fresh beets from the grocery store and wanted a way to cook the tops as well as the roots. The way the recipe is written, the root part doesn't get cooked much at all (perhaps it's written for canned beets so I boiled my cubed beet roots until they were soft and then added them to the sauteed greens. We loved..."
Mar 3, 2010 on Food.com
"I made a batch of this for New Year's dinner and was very pleased with it. Moist and flavorful, but not too sweet. I used a cast iron pone pan (corn sticks greased with bacon drippings... you just can't beat corn pones and this recipe turned out excellent."
Jan 2, 2010 on Food.com