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"I've made these greens several times now, and they are just great! I tried using a ham hauk, which I liked a little better than the cubed ham. I also use bacon grease instead of the 3 slices of bacon. Yuuuummm... I'm going to have leftovers right now.. Thanks!"
"Nice and simple... I love green beans so this was great! One thing, I did follow another member's advice and coated the green beans in a bowl, I used much less olive oil that way, a little less than a tablespoon. Thanks!"
"This was really wonderful! I used what fruit I had on hand: 3/4 C rhubarb, 1 1/4 C strawberries and 1 C apple. The apple was a nice filler and definately didn't take away from the sweet strawberry and tart rhubarb. I was really impressed with the way the pie set. I do believe one comment from the crowd was "this is the best pie I've ever had" So t..."
"I'm not sure if I used the exact rhubarb and strawberry amounts, but the pie turned out wonderful! My BF, who asks if every desert I make is rhubarb, absolutely loved this pie! Better than G-ma's :) Thanks for sharing!!!"
"This recipe is wonderful! I followed it exactly... oh, wait, I added a little cayanne, but it was delish! Thanks for posting! This is a keeper!"
"I have been eating a salad like this all my life having been born and raised an Israeli ;) We usually use the juice from half a lemon over it (without the basil) You can also spice it up with a little red onion (a little goes a long way) and some feta or goat cheese too. Balsamic and olive oil do add a nice touch. Good stuff, thanks!"
"I've been searching for the perfect pancake recipe for years... now I can stop searching. Thank you! This recipe makes the perfect fluffy, rich, good ole american pancake! I substituted 1/2 C of buttermilk in addition to regular milk to make the 1 1/3C.(just 'cause it was around) Just an extra touch to cut the sweet and add some thickness."