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"Wow! Love this recipe! You make it sound so easy! Now, if you only had a recipe for buttermilk. I had a friend ask me how much butter to add to the milk and well...uh...I didn't know how to answer."
"Fantastic recipe. We've eaten it on it's own, but also used it in our not-canned green bean casserole for Thanksgiving this year and will never used canned again. I did use whole milk for the light cream and enjoyed it just the same. Thanks for posting!"
"Loved this recipe. A nice change from the norm with the addition of the raisins and almonds. I will definitely make this again. Thanks for posting!"
"This is it! Just like my mom's old recipe from Osage. I did cube my bread, but otherwise followed the recipe and then baked the dressing. Yummy delicous!! This is what I'll be making from now on."
"Oh my goodness!! This is delicous! I used one each of Malbec and Tempranillo and let it meld for 2 days before Thanksgiving. The only thing I forgot to buy was a whole pomegranate, but everyone agreed this is a dangerously delicous beverage. Thanks so much for posting!"
"Wow! What a find. Made this for Thanksgiving and everyone raved!! I love dried cherries and they mix well with the tartness of the cranberries. I did add a 1/4 cup of orange juice in place of some of the cranberry concentrate and really enjoyed the flavors. Thanks for sharing the recipe!"
"So glad to find this recipe, it's a winner! After failing with a couple of over-spiced, over the top recipes, this one is like getting back to what you really love about meatloaf. It's texture (we had on-hand 1lb bison and 1/2lb beef) is meaty, not over breaded, moist, and doesn't crumble. The sweet and tangy flavor of the sauce is a great chan..."
"This one's a winner! The only thing I didn't have was parsley, but it was certainly not missed. We used the very meaty hambone and 1 qt low-sodium chicken broth and remainder of water for the liquid and cooked on low for 9hrs. Absolutely wonderful!"
"What a hit!! And so easy! I also did the low-fat version, and used uncured bacon. Nobody missed the fat with this much flavor. Thanks for sharing the recipe."