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"This is a wonderful recipe. I used defrosted frozen corn, Rotel tomatoes instead of the jalapenos, added the 1 teaspoon of cumin as some others had suggested, and left out the hot sauce (personal preference). I served this cold over hot brown rice, after having marinated it in the fridge for several hours before serving. :)"
"Secret, your creamy fruit salad is wonderful, and I like the *sugar free* pudding part! Everyone at dinner tonight loved it. I will add this one to my cookbook and use it again and again. Excellent; thank you for sharing this."
"Jodi, thank you for posting this great recipe! I too attended a PC party this past week and it was made and served to us. I was hoping that someone, somewhere would be able to get the recipe! This is really good, and not that hard to prepare. The crescent roll crust is de-lish. When I make it for just the two of us, I think I'll try cutting the re..."
"We loved this recipe. I have made it on the past two Christmas Eve's -- sooo easy and so good on Christmas morning when we are opening our gifts with our family. Thank you very much for posting it. I made pudding with the pudding mix I had left over from making this, I just used a little less milk than the recipe on the box of pudding called for."
"Great recipe, Miss Annie. The flavors were wonderful together, and it made a lovely gravy. The house smelled so good while it was simmering on the stove. I did substitute beef broth for the water, just to give it a bit heartier flavor. Also, it was a bit too peppery for our tastes, I'll cut back on the pepper next time. Thanks for submitting Marga..."
"This is a great recipe. The roast was succulent and tender, and the broth it made was very tasty. It does take pretty constant watching--you can't put it into the oven and go off shopping -- but it was worth every minute I spent preparing it. I did turn the roast every 30 minutes as directed in the recipe, and I'm glad I followed the recipe to a "..."
"Great recipe. I used a 3# rump roast and it came out tender and very tasty. I did omit the garlic and made it in the crockpot, 8 hours on high. I used regular Coke, not Diet Coke.The broth could be thickened to make a gravy, but we liked it just as it was; broth-like."
"These were simple to make, and I happened to have everything on hand. I poached one (single) chicken breast in chicken broth, which was enough meat for six enchiladas. I subbed Trader Joe's enchilada sauce (from a bottle) for the salsa, as my DH doesn't like spicy food. After frying each tortilla in hot oil for a few seconds, I dipped each one in ..."
"Donna, this is the recipe I tried first after I made starter from your wild yeast flakes. It is a great recipe, and gets better each time I make it, as I am continuing to learn how to work with the sourdough starter. It is going to be my "tried and true" recipe for basic sourdough bread. Thanks for posting it."
"I'm sorry, but we didn't care for these. They didn't rise very much and had a sort of strange texture. I'm wondering if I did something wrong, since it has gotten two good reviews. I don't think I'll try them again."