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"This is so delicious. I've never used the beans, but I have made this with chicken and ground beef and it is our new favorite taco meat recipe! I've also never eaten at chipotle, so maybe my opinion doesn't count? All I know is this is some good taco meat. And I am hard to please."
Apr 30, 2013 on Food.com
"If you use a candy thermometer and boil, stirring constantly, until the jelly reaches 220 degrees, you can be certain your jelly will set. Also, you can keep a small saucer in the freezer and pour a teaspoon full of jelly on it to see if it sets up. If you can run your finger through it and leave a clean trail after 30 seconds or so, your jelly wi..."
Aug 18, 2012 on Food.com
"Don't boil the lids! The wax will melt and your jars will not be able to seal at all. I always follow the direction on the box of jar lids for canning.
Other than that, I love this recipe. Deeelicious."
Aug 18, 2012 on FoodNetwork.com
"This makes the most delicious ice cream! It takes a little muscle to whisk the eggs enough, but it's well worth it. Make sure you get the eggs really frothy and thick; that is KEY. I'd trade a tired-out whisking arm for this ice cream any day."
May 11, 2012 on Food.com
"Amazing pie recipe. I made this for Thanksgiving using a long island cheese pumpkin. I also tried it with butternut squash per Alton's suggestion (on the show. Nobody could tell it wasn't pumpkin! The gingersnap crust was seriously delicious on its own. I will never use the "Libby's" recipe again. "
Dec 10, 2011 on FoodNetwork.com
"Completely perfect. I subbed apple juice for the orange juice because I was out of OJ. I baked at 350 for one hour and then decreased to 250 for 2 hours as suggested by a previous commenter and the ribs were perfectly juicy and falling off the bone. mmmmmmm."
Jul 21, 2011 on FoodNetwork.com
"these were delicious! i substituted milk chocolate chips for the bittersweet chocolate because that's what i had on hand. also, i was worried the kids wouldn't like them if they had bittersweet chocolate... especially after reading some of the other reviews.
***to those of you that say these came out grainy, you have to make sure that the milk an ..."
Jun 5, 2011 on FoodNetwork.com
"This is a great recipe for when you just really want a little something sweet, but don't want to overdo it. I used dutch process cocoa and dissolved it in the water and honey before adding the peanut butter. I made this a second time and added a big spoonful of marshmallow fluff, just to see how it would taste. (very yummy. My husband and two-yea..."
May 12, 2011 on Food.com
"This recipe was perfect using the amount of flour prescribed. It may be a matter of egg size or type of flour used, maybe? I know when I use bleached all-purpose flour instead of unbleached I always have to use extra.
I thought these were the perfect dinner roll, really! Just delicious."
May 3, 2011 on FoodNetwork.com
"This was very tender and flavorful! I doubled the topping because we wanted something a little more decadent. :-
The topping was definitely not drizzly.... it was fudgy and thick, but that's what I wanted!"
Apr 6, 2011 on Food.com