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"These are very good and easy. I started them at 6:30 am and had them done and ready to be served by 9:00 am. About 3 hours from start to finish. I also had to bad them for 15 min instead of the 10 min at the 400, and I have a temp gauge in my oven. I do not buy store made brown sugar I just make my own with molasses and sugar so I put molasses in ..."
"I used strawberries that we had frozen with only the 3/4 sugar in them, it turned out perfect I would do this again. I got 3 pints out of this recipe. Love that is is just fruit and not so much sugar. Y"
"This was a BIG hit. Very simple. I used ready made pie crust. Even those who thought they did not like Rhubarb liked this. Thanks for sharing this"
"I made this toffee to put on popcorn. I wanted something a little different. I cooked it on the top of the stove for 20 minutes on low.. you have to stir all the time.. so 20 minutes of stirring is a lot. I had the popped corn in the oven so poured the stuff over the popcorn. It tasted like butterscotch pudding to me. So I then baked it on the co..."
"I love this... I usually don't have more than 2 bananas that get over ripe and this recipe is perfect and does not take that long to bake like the banana breads do... Also very yummy"
"Please do not use this recipe if you are going to can it... Using canners or hot water baths is no place for guessing games. It is very important to follow tested recipes as the interior of the jarred fruit or vegetable has to reach at least 155 for a proper period of time dependent on what you are cooking. Salt is also used in canning recipes as ..."
"@ chef 1396052. I would guess you probably used margarine not butter and that is why it would taste like "pure shortening", because the shortening ratio is not that great!!! Or you used old rancid shortening and that is what you tasted. I have used this recipe for years. It's ratios are correct so you don't taste shortening like some of the other ..."
"The sauce is the key!!! We eat this just as a salad.. I use what I have in cupboard for beans, peas, onions and peppers...The longer it sits the better it becomes. I have also sub-ed honey for the sugar and it was just as good.. also used olive oil"