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"Really awesome green bean casserole, however, extremely time consuming. If I was to ever make it again I would only slice the mushrooms to save time. If you have to only bring one dish this is a winner. I just had so many other things to make that were more important to do this one again along with the rest of T-day meal.
Update: I swo..."
Dec 19, 2010 on Food.com
"I made two different lemon chess pies so I have some points of comparison. This recipe won for the thickness of the pie filling and sweetness. It lost points in not having enough lemon flavor. I would definitely recommend increasing the lemon juice by at least another 1 tbsp. It is very sweet so additional lemon juice will not over-power the p..."
May 17, 2010 on Food.com
"This was a great recipe that I found in a panic. I burned/overcooked white chocolate to dip my biscotti into I had to find another white chocolate solution. I made this and used a spoon to go up and down the biscotti as a drizzle. Once the glaze set it hardened nicely so I could stack them. I am glad I took a chance on an unrated recipe and w..."
Dec 25, 2009 on Food.com
"I really wanted to love these and was so disappointed. Sadly I agree with the one other person that they were too dry and brittle. I baked to bring for a family gathering and left them at home as I was too embarrassed to share with others."
Dec 29, 2008 on Food.com
"I made this New Year's Eve and it was outstanding. I didn't want to spend much time cooking so I used the crockpot for 8 hours on low after browning the meat. I like my ropa vieja thicker so used only two cups of water and then removed the sauce to simmer and thicken it up further before serving. I didn't bother adding the olives or capers. T..."
Jan 1, 2008 on Food.com