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"This was a great tasting and easy to make recipe. Added 2 cups of onions and 7 ounces of habanero pepper juice to kick up the heat. The balance of spiciness and sweetness was perfect! Definately have to suggest using Nathan's Famous hotdogs. Also garsnished with fresh tomato slices, sweet onions and mustard. Thanks for the post."
Apr 7, 2010 on Food.com
"This was a great recipe. The ham came out so succulent. 7lbs was way to big for my crock pot, so shaved it down to 4lbs. Filled the crock pot with mountain dew and dumped all the cherries on top of the meat and poured half the cherry juice into the mixture. Cooked on low for about 8 hours and then drained the juices but garnished the meat with..."
Apr 6, 2010 on Food.com
"This was a great recipe. However I read through all the reviews prior to attemping and made a couple of changes to avaoid burning the chocolate chips. First of all I decided to use "Premier White Chocolate Chips" from Nestle instead of the the regular chocolate that the recipe calls for. This added a great flavor and when cooked on warm they di..."
Mar 31, 2010 on Food.com
"What a great recipe! These bisquits are the main reason why I go to Red Lobster and now that I can make them at home I probably won't be back for a while. I followed the recipe pretty closely, but took the advice of some of the other members and added extra garlic and Old Bay seasoning and they were amazing. Thanks for sharing this secret!"
Mar 27, 2010 on Food.com
"A nice change of pace to a conventional salad. The recipe was quick and easy. I actually cut up a ton of onions and sauteed half with minced garlic and canola oil and the left the other half as is to add a bit of a crunch. Everything turned out great and I am definately keeping this recipe in rotation!"
Mar 26, 2010 on Food.com
"This was an absolutely amazing recipe. I followed it to the letter and the smell that radiated throughout the house brought my roommates out to investigate. If you live with roommates, I would recommend making enough for them too or trust me you will have a ton of angry and disappointed indivuals. Thanks sooooooooooo much for such an easy and a..."
Mar 25, 2010 on Food.com