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Made 1st batch which lasted about 2 hrs after DH and friends realized it was available. Due to dietary restrictions I boiled the hamburger first and left out the sugar. Substituted dehydrated onions mixed all well together and let marinate overnight in fridge. Good thing I've lots of burger in the fridge. Thanks for sharing :"
Feb 3, 2013 on Food.com
"Thanks, this turned out great. Was in a pinch (forgot to buy and tried this, increased the garlic to 1 tbs crushed, but left out the salt. For my family's need this fit the bill perfectly. I always wondered what gave it that special taste, but would never have guessed that cocoa powder was the culprit. Again, Thanks for sharing."
Apr 6, 2011 on Food.com
"Thanks, every year I have to prepare 80lb of ham for our company Christmas dinner. This year, after finding your recipe, I purchased Pit Smoked boneless ham, mixed your ingredients together, added 2 tbs honey and 4 tbsp water, boiled this and painted the glaze on the sliced ham. One recipe made enough glaze for a 10lb thin sliced (1/16" ham. ..."
Dec 10, 2008 on Food.com
"This turned out to be a great "no time to cook" meal. After dropping everything into the crock pot and leaving for work, I was welcomed home with a very pleasant aroma. While the rice boiled, I stirred the beans, which had thickened nicely and added the parsley. What a treat. This one will definitively be repeated. Hubby says the "heat" was jus..."
Apr 28, 2003 on Food.com
"Yum!!! Made this cake, just because it sounded delicious. And I was right. This turned out to be a great tasting, moist, pound cake. The lemon is not overwhelming, just enought to know its in there. I glazed one, the second one I cut in cubes and froze. But, I had to rescue it from the freezer within a day. Company came, I made a bitter swee..."
Mar 3, 2003 on Food.com
"The flavor and texture of this frosting is great. However, with w cups of powdered sugar is was like soup. I added an entire box (1 lb. to the cheese butter mixture, and it still will not hold its shape. So instead of decorating the cake I just kinda drizzled the frosting over the cake. Maybe I'll put a little frosting in condiment cups and s..."
Feb 28, 2003 on Food.com
"I made this crumb cake to take to a school fundraiser. The cinnamon colored crumbs were an unfamiliar sight to most people, so they bypassed this one in favor of other goodies available. After the homemade deserts had all but disappeared, the crumb cake got attention, mostly from the teachers and those who volunteered to work there. The comment..."
Feb 24, 2003 on Food.com
"But it also brought back so many memories of days spend at grandmother?s farm. The baking aroma alone is worth the effort. I have already started a second batch, since this will be staple at my house; however, I will add osme caraway seeds with this batch. I doubled the starter batch and will refrigerate some, just to see if I can eliminate the ..."
Feb 24, 2003 on Food.com
"This roast very easy to prepare, so it will become another busy day meal. I served it with potatoes, however next time I will use broad egg noodles. The flavor of the sauce, reminiscent of Ox-tail soup, will be better complimented. The most difficult operation for this roast was the uncorking of the wine. Everyone liked the taste, even the gran..."
Jan 9, 2003 on Food.com