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"I will never use another mac & cheese recipe. I made this for my daughter's grad party. It went so quickly, she didn't even get any. The pan was scraped clean. I used Cavatappi instead of elbows. They hold the sauce better. Never thought I'd use cheese soup in mac & cheese. This was rich, creamy & gooey."
"These cookies are great! I found the recipe in a "Favorite Brand Name Recipes-Festive Holiday Cookies" booklet at my grocery store check-out back in 1993! I've made these for cookie exchanges and they're always a big hit. I couldn't locate the booklet, but found this recipe, which for some reason left out the first few steps, and is slightly di..."
"I actually have the exact same recipe that I clipped from a Penzey's Spice catalog. It suggests cutting these while they're warm, but they come apart, and the crust crumbles. I let them set a good three hours and they are hard to cut, but very good. I likes the sweet from the chocolate, and the salty from the butter."
"I agree...delicious. I also used more garlic (3 large cloves) and a full tsp. of salt. I used canned artichokes because I couldn't find frozen. This is a keeper."
"These are great. There is a Red Lobster copy cat recipe that uses Old Bay Seasoning, if you like that flavor. But, again, these are perfect as is, and I always have the ingredients in the pantry. Thanks for posting."
"Way too bitter for me. Luckily, I read the reviews of the drink on Ina Garten's Food Network page, and I understood it would be tart. I used just 1 lime. No amount of doctoring helped this for me. Too bad, it's such a cool name for a drink. If you like tart, this is for you! Update to review on July 13, 2009...I didn't want to let this go to..."
"I just found this recipe today on Chef Sylvia Bianco's Simply Saute web site. I was going to post it, but here it is! I had a bottle of opened leftover white wine, caem across this recipe, and made it. It is so easy, and the flavor is mellow, as it should be, so it can take on the flavors of whatever meat and/or vegetable your cooking. The tex..."
"5 stars because my husband and kids loved these caramels. My husband said it was just about the best caramel he's ever had, and I couldn't cut them into squares fast enough for my son to eat! I think these should be named "Honey Caramels" because the honey flavor really stands out. This was so easy to make. Thanks for sharing."
"Awesome. I used cracker crumbs, and didn't use cheese or celery salt. Seafood and cheese don't mix for my taste. I love oysters, and it's nice to find good recipes that use them. Thanks for posting."
"Sadly this didn't turn out as well as it did for all the reviewers on The Food Network. I followed directions exactly. Luckily, I didn't pour the three milks on top of the cake, and I went on to follow the Tres Leches recipe posted on RecipeZaar by MommyMakes. She used a boxed cake mix, and it turned out beautifully."