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"I had a smaller prime rib (about 4 lbs.) so I halved the rub ingredients and it was the right amount to cover it generously. I was not sure why some of the spices are listed twice in different amounts (e.g. celery salt as 2 TBS and 2 tsp) so I just used half of the first amount which seemed to work fine. About halfway through cooking I added baby ..."
"Tasty! More like a trifle than a cake, which was just what I was looking for. Served this at a dinner party last night and all four of us had seconds (and there is still half a bowl left). Tastes very light and the Bailey's is quite subtle. Couldn't find Andes candies anywhere so had to use Peppermint Aero - was very good but I imagine Andes can..."
"I first made these for Christmas and they were so popular I make them regularly throughout the year. They are the right combination of sweet and tart with a lovely vanilla finish. Quick to make and the recipe is very forgiving - You can pull the tart shells out of the freezer, toss in frozen cranberries, mix up the coconut mixture in a minute and ..."
"I looked at a lot of ranchero sauce recipes before finding this one and it was just what I wanted. Many of the other recipes were for smooth sauces but I wanted a chunky one with a variety of vegetables and this one fit the bill. Golden Griddle used to have a mediocre sauce on their breakfast buffet that I always thought could be outstanding if it..."
"Loved the flavors. I had fresh herbs in the garden so I used them instead of the dried. I used the other reviewers' suggestions for skillet searing and using onions as the roasting rack. My roast wasn't as tender as my usual recipe cooked at 275 degrees 40 minutes per pound so I will probably adjust it next time. I chose this recipe for the flavor..."
"I used a combination of leftover Canadian (peameal) bacon and ham in place of the bacon and real maple syrup. So good! I wanted even more maple flavour so I adapted the maple butter from the Maple French Toast Muffins (#343112) - 1/4 cup margarine plus a tablespoon of brown sugar and a sploosh (generous tablespoon?) of maple syrup mixed together t..."
"I had Canadian (peameal) bacon leftover so I used that instead of ham. Used a combination of old cheddar and Balderson white 5 year cheddar and a small amount of chopped red onion. Mine were done in about 14 minutes. I plan to freeze most of them for quick breakfasts. Delicious - thanks!"
"I substituted russet potatoes, used freshly grated parmesan and then mashed in a few minced leaves of fresh sage from the garden. The sage and parmesan together elevated our weekday dinner to gourmet. Will definitely try with the red potatoes next time. Thanks!"
"One of our relatives brought this dish to dinner on Christmas day and everyone liked it so much I made it for New Year's Day - even those who don't like carrots asked for it. I used a little less butter because I was concerned they might be greasy. These are definitely NOT diet food carrots! Thanks for posting."