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"this recipe is perfect for the sweet, fresh corn that has just come into season. husband loves it packed in his lunch. with fresh tomatoes & bread on the side for me. thanks so much for sharing!"
"FANTASTIC. made this as a Sunday cooking project and had for dinner the next 3 nights. told my Vietnamese friend that I made my OWN pho for dinner and his immediate reaction was skepticism: 'Oh really? So you charred the ginger and onion and everything?' Yep. 'So you cooked it for hours upon hours?' Yep, I did. 'Oh. Wow...."
"can i just say how much i love this recipe? it is deceptively simple, easy to make, using ingredients i have on hand, and packs SO much flavor! husband requested it yet again this week. we enjoy for dinner one night & pack it for lunches the rest of the week. with some sliced avocado & tortilla chips, it makes a very satisfying lunch."
"great easy soup using all the things i usually have on hand. used fresh carrots, added a couple cherry peppers in with the onion & garlic, subbed lentils for the white beans, loved it! looking forward to leftovers for lunch. thanks!"
"i just tasted the best grape jelly of my life thanks to this recipe! i never gave the stuff much thought, but i found one market stall bursting with concord grapes last week & thought i'd try doing something with them. SO glad i did!! i had no idea the stuff could taste so fruity and rich. just lovely. set just thick enough without turning to gel...."
"husband liked this well enough, but i will probably not make this again without adjustments. it was awfully runny. 30 minutes in the oven and the topping set, but it never really spread and remained doughy in the middle. like another reviewer mentioned, i would use brown sugar with the fruits. rather than leave the middle free of topping, i would ..."
"fantastic pickles!! my first attempts using a different recipe turned out some soggy & limp (albeit tasty!) pickles, but the sealing technique for THIS recipe made lovely crisp, garlicky dill pickles. i had to wrestle the jar away from my nephews before they ate them all. one of my jars didn't seal, so we kept it in the fridge to 'marinate' for a ..."
"searched and search until i found this recipe again. i used this to make chicken stock cooked chicken for the first time in my life. super easy and turned out just delicious. i split the stock & the meat between 2 soups (http://www.food.com/recipe/sopa-de-lima-206807 and http://low-cholesterol.food.com/recipe/mexican-chicken-soup-caldo-de-pollo-..."
"fantastic lemony little cookie! these made an excellent addition to this year's cookie plate. didn't have a cookie scoop, but i found a round coffee scoop that worked just fine. i froze them for about a week, then took them out & frosted. they are soft, delicately sweet, and just the right amount of lemon essence. and they look festive & frosty on..."
"I thought you should know that I made 2 of these for my husband's great-grandmother's 98th birthday party. She always complained about how awful was the food in her retirement home, especially the peach cobbler. She had peach trees on her farm and made fresh peach cobbler and missed it so much. So I made 2 cobblers for her & the rest of the family..."