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"Awesome mac n cheese! Big hit with the family (even tho I didn't have any parmesan, or cayenne pepper. It was enough to feed a family of 5, with leftovers for my husbands lunch tomorrow. Nobody even thought to add ketchup to it either - it was THAT good! Thanks for another keeper! :"
Nov 3, 2009 on Food.com
"Nov 09Updated review: I made this recipe again this evening, but instead of using pork, I used ham. It turned out even better! The only other substitution I used was regular mustard and I added horse radish because I didn't have any dijon on hand. AWESOME!! (Nov 30 2007 My family is still praising my dinner efforts of last night! This was an..."
Nov 2, 2009 on Food.com
"The best recipe I've used that doesn't call for sour cream!I followed the recipe exactly, with the exception of using marg instead of butter, and it turned out really well. Great flavour, and texture. The only tip I have is that I found the 60-65 minute cooking time to be far too long. I left it in for 50 minutes, and the bottom is a deep brown ..."
Oct 22, 2009 on Food.com
"I have to say that I have yet to have a pancake as good as these ones! My kids raved (almost to the point of being annoying about how GREAT supper was! I followed the recipe, and doubled everything to feed a family of 5 - which it did, with bacon on the side. (It doubles wellThe only change I made was to substitute baking soda with cream of t..."
Jun 13, 2009 on Food.com
"I cant believe that I haven't done a review for this recipe yet! I tried it months ago, and ever since, it is our families chicken noodle soup recipe! We use the mojo sauce on everything!If you like the burn of wasabi, you'll love the mojo too! Thanks for a fantastic (and healthy recipe!"
Mar 10, 2009 on Food.com
"I have made this recipe several times now, and I - as well as my entire family - love it! Never again will I throw out leftover potatoes - or buy overpriced pasta again! (we bought organic flour and free range eggs especially for this recipe so that we could rest assured that it was organic The last time I made it I used about 6 cups of potatoes..."
Feb 9, 2009 on Food.com
"I really was suprised by the flavour and tenderness of this recipe! It went over extremely well with my family as well. This is one that I will do again for sure! I did the recipe as published, with the exception of the water... I only used about 1/4 of a cup - just enough to swish the ketchup out of the measuring cup with. The next time I plan ..."
Jan 28, 2009 on Food.com
"This is suprisingly good! It's also a very forgiving recipe... I modified everything in it - and it STILL turned out really good! Grocery day is tomorrow, so I had to skimp on everything, and leave the mozza out all together. But my whole family loved it, including my 6 year old son who has recently developed a strong dislike for anything green,..."
Jan 28, 2009 on Food.com
"This was a big hit with my kids! They aren't overly picky, but are very sure of what they dont like! lol.. In any case they both loved this. I used my rice cooker and made 2 cups, then i dipped the chops in milk, floured them, and browned them in a pan while the rice was cooking. once the were about 1/2 cooked thru, i added a can of mushroom soup..."
Apr 30, 2008 on Food.com
"This is a great recipe! (I cant believe that I didn't think of it already! The only changes I made is I used NoName Frosted Flakes, instead of cornflakes because thats what I had on hand. When I was shaping them (which isn't the easiest thing in the world, and definatley not something my 6 year old or 4 year old could help with I used a well bu..."
Dec 19, 2007 on Food.com