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"My mother use to make this in the late 40's and early 50's. We all loved it. Sometimes mom would add sliced hard-cooked eggs to the gravy along witrh the beef. The CCB really filled up our little bellys when times were tough. Great recipe."
"Made this for my "Southern Boy" exactly as written. I had to cook it a bit longer than the recipe suggest, as SB likes it that way. I, on the other hand, had never fried cabbage, nor tasted fried cabbage, and I was very pleased with the results. SB said, "This is the best fried cabbage I've ever had!""
"Followed recipe exactly with leftover mashed potatoes. This potatoe caserole is SO GOOD, you'll be making extra mashed potatoes just to make this recipe."
"Made these exactly as recipe states, only cut the recipe in half. Maybe a little more buttermilk would make these even better. Even my "pickey eater" loved them. The pancakes are VERY filling. My go-to recipe for pancakes is this one!"
"Best blueberry pie I ever made or tasted. The only change I made was to use Splenda instead of sugar (due to a diabetic in the family), and I swear on my mother's grave that you couldn't tell the difference. After you make this pie be sure to have a good hiding place for it! It's that good!"
"I followed this recipe exactly as written, only omitting the 1 teaspoon of salt since I thought there would be enough salt in the mayo and mustard -- it was just right! Best potato salad I have EVER made or eaten. I am passing this yummy recipe on to everyone I know! Thank you!"
"Best pea soup ever! So easy to prepare and come home to. I usually made pea soup from a recipe I had in the 60's from the Joy of Cooking, but this now takes first place at my house."
"Absolutely the best corn chower I have ever made. The cumin and tumeric add a special touch without being overwhelming. August corn is up in Vermont and here comes another batch!"