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"I made this last week. Instead of wrestling with the squash with a knife, I just poked a few slits in it and baked at 375? for about an hour. Then sliced it in half and went from there. I'd never worked with spaghetti squash before and must say that the result was a nice surprise. I'll be making it a lot more often now."
"Definitely need to saute the onions as well as the mushrooms. I use a little balsamic vinegar with the butter....just a little....don't need much. Otherwise this is a super recipe. Thank you."
"I was raised by an aunt in Kentucky. She made this fruitcake every Christmas season and I was always asking her for the recipe after I moved away and had a home of my own. I somehow lost it and have been looking for it for years. This fruitcake is soooo good and addicting. I'm so glad to have found it. Thanks so much."
"for some of you frustrated reviewere: There are a few necessary steps that you must go through before you put your ingredients together and put the item in the oven:
1. read the recipe
2. read the reviews to see if you need to modify anything
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"This is a great recipe for the St. Pat's Day season. I've used a recipe from my mother that is almost the same now for years. But I didn't have it "written down". Now I can print it and share it when asked. Good flavor melding with the vegetables. Thank you for posting."
"I love pickled okra but with prices going up on food, I think I'll try making my own this year. I'll probably add more garlic and leave out the hot peppers though. This looks close to what I saw my aunts do when I was a kid."
"I add a couple more cans of broth and then a can of garbanzo beans, navy beans and white kidney beans. I also perk it up with a little more cumin. Ground sausage can be subbed too. This is really a super recipe."