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"Thanks for posting this recipe! My 3-year-old has been known to gobble up this dish by the plateful! I don't cook with pork, so I used turkey bacon. I also used regular yellow onion finely chopped instead of the shallots. I don't end up needing additional salt, but that probably depends on the type of chicken stock you use. Very tasty!!"
Mar 15, 2010 on Food.com
"This was my first time cooking with raw cranberries, but it won't be my last! Because we're not big fans of really tart foods, I chopped up the cranberries in my food processor (after chopping and removing my walnuts to more evenly distribute the cranberry flavor throughout the dessert. I also used whole wheat pastry flour instead of the white f..."
Nov 14, 2009 on Food.com
"Great recipe! I was glad to find a risotto recipe that didn't call for wine, as I don't often cook with it. I did not put any lemon zest in mine, as I wanted a more subtle lemon flavor. Instead, I doubled the fresh lemon juice. I also didn't end up needing the second cup of water or salt (the broth and parmesan added enough saltiness. I probably..."
Nov 10, 2009 on Food.com
"This is a great basic chowder recipe. I added lots of flour to the milk, as others suggested, and I added 3 large garlic cloves and lemon pepper seasoning. I also didn't add any liquids until after the fish cooked (this was by accident from not carefully reading the instructions!, and this allowed the fish and veggies to really absorb the seasoni..."
Oct 17, 2009 on Food.com
"Excellent recipe! Great, detailed instructions. I used white basmati rice with great results and did smoked turkey sausage and boneless skinless chicken thigh meat in place of the seafood because my husband is allergic to shellfish. I also added chopped celery to the vegetables. I look forward to adding green beans next time, as I didn't have any ..."
Sep 5, 2009 on Food.com
"Great quick and yummy way to serve up greens! I've used this recipe with spinach, chard, and collard greens with great results. . . though for collards you might want to let them cook a few minutes longer. My only changes are to add a couple cloves of garlic at the beginning and use ground ginger (adding it in with the broth. This is a keeper!"
Aug 6, 2009 on Food.com
"LOVED these cookies!! I used old-fashioned rolled oats and whole wheat pastry flour for the all-purpose flour. I also used about a half cup less sugar and they were perfectly sweet! I just threw my almonds in my coffee grinder, as it was quicker and simpler than pulling out the food processor. I think I prefer the tiny pieces of nuts distributed t..."
Mar 1, 2009 on Food.com
"I love this simple recipe! I've made it three times now. My 2-year-old loves to help me make these. Instead of using trail mix, I just make my own combination of dried fruit and nuts. I chop any big pieces, like prunes or almonds, in the food processor first before adding the puffed cereal. I also use unsweetened applesauce and sucanat (dehydrate..."
Feb 18, 2009 on Food.com
"Made this for my 2-year-old's birthday because, in one of her favorite books, the hungry bear eats honey cakes. This cake was wonderful! My father-in-law, who has a pretty traditional, Southern palate, had seconds! With the raisins that I added, it reminded all of us of a moist carrot cake. I used whole wheat pastry flour (it's lighter than regula..."
Jan 10, 2009 on Food.com
"I loved this recipe! I used it as a guideline for transforming some leftover chicken into a very satisfying soup! I used a whole cup of brown rice (which I let come to a boil with 2 cups broth before adding the rest of the ingredients to the pot, about 1 1/2 cups of chicken, and 3 or 4 whole carrots. I didn't have celery, but I added 4 or 5 mince..."
Jan 5, 2009 on Food.com