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"I can't really post accurate stars because I didn't stick to the recipe.I had no chutney so I used raspberry jam. We don't have pickled onions (at least, generally at the market) around here so I used the onions fished out of the bread-n-butter pickles. And finally, our ham was not shaved thinly.However, after saying all that, these came out ..."
"Good "starter" recipe. We like our chowders thicker so I added a cornstarch slurry toward the end (with the milk). We also find that the corn overpowers most soups, even a corn chowder, so we put that in last and cook just long enough to heat through.I also added 2 more large potatoes as we had extras show up for dinner. (I was actually doubli..."
"I didn't have a wild boar ham but my cheapy ham was very salty. I basted with the cream soda throughout the cooking time and it came out lovely.We prefer a ham that tastes like, well, HAM! The overly sweet or smokey ones just don't cut it with us. This recipe added just the right sweetness and flavor."
"most excellent recipe. Most date bars are just too sweet for me but these were perfectly sweet and buttery with a blend of chewy and crunchy texture.I work at a adult foster home and made them for my clients. Everyone raved.I was a bit short on dates so I filled out the measure with raisins (about 1/4 the volume). Chewing skins can be an issu..."
"I only gave 4 stars, not because there was something wrong, but because I reserve a 5 star review for those recipes that are a real knock-out.This salad was a great change from the mayo-type or Italian-type. It had a lovely freshness and really showcased the garden-fresh veggies.I followed the recipe fairly closely. Here are the particulars:..."
"This is a wonderful start for Garlic Pasta. You are right that one needs to adjust for their own preference in flavors. I add more Parmesan (I use about 3/4 cup) and 2 tablespoons butter. The second time I made this, I melted the butter with the olive oil in a small skillet and sauteed the garlic before tossing it with the pasta, cheese, salt a..."
"You can also use this method with a whole chicken which is how Jeff Smith demonstrated it on his show.When I want to cook a whole chicken for shredded meat, this is the only way I do it now. Just skip the grilling and bbq sauce.You can even use up to a 4.5 pound chicken! It still cooks all the way through after 1 hour of resting in the liqui..."