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"This recipe has nearly 6000 reviews on allrecipes, it's the top ham and potato soup recipe on there with 5 star ratings across the board. It IS wonderful and creamy. My own hesitation was that the onions and celery were not to be sweated first...that turned out to be unimportant. Hams can be salty to a different degree, you might want to hold b..."
Jan 25, 2012 on Food.com
"This rating is for the muffin, not the topping. For taste, I give it 4 stars but because of the ease and minimal dish use, I gave it the extra star. I doubled the batch and these were some of the easiest muffins to put together...putting the oil and eggs into one measuring cup, beat with a fork to break up the eggs and then filling up to the 1 c..."
Aug 29, 2010 on Food.com
"Nice roasted chicken recipe. I did it as written, with the whole lemon. I'm not a huge lemon lover with poultry but this was quite nice. I think I could get by with 1/2 of a lemon inside my chicken and use the other 1/2 of something else. Both my chicken and lemon were right out of the fridge, so mine took quite a bit longer to "roast" and tha..."
Jan 27, 2010 on Food.com
"I wish I could give this a higher review, but we were disappointed after so many superior reviews. My husband and I gave it a 3 and my daughter a 4. We ate it on plain steamed white rice to hopefully counteract the saltiness.I followed the recipe to a T except that I left out the salt, based on other reviews. And guess what, it was still so sa..."
Oct 5, 2009 on Food.com
"Wow! I am really blown away. I had all this shredded zuke and was looking for what to do with it. My daughter does not like zucchini but she loves pancakes, so I gave this recipe a go. Love them, love them, love them...and so does my daughter! They are eggy...my first bite reminded me of popovers..they have a very similar eggy flavor. We ate..."
Sep 29, 2009 on Food.com
"I have to give these a 5 for both ease and taste. I have tested at least 10 pancake recipes in the last 2 years...from classic cookbook recipes to supposed (complicated ultimate recipes where you separate the eggs and make meringue, etc... Well, this simple recipe beat them all! (I'd actually given up and started buying the Aunt Jemima Origin..."
Sep 29, 2009 on Food.com
"This is a nice recipe. I have only had maybe 2 other salmon pattie recipes in my life prior to this one, and I do think this was the best. I only had miracle whip on hand, so I used that. I grated the onion and used about 3 T of it plus the liquid. Also used white cornmeal, only kind I had on hand. Added a generous dash of hot sauce, some sha..."
Aug 24, 2009 on Food.com
"The Special Sauce is Incredible and I'm giving just this sauce a 5 for flavor, although it does need tweaking, as it is as liquid as water. I doubled the recipe, brought it to a boil, added in 2 tsp of cornstarch (in a water slurry and then cooled it. This gave it a tiny bit of body. The heating of it did no harm to the flavor. I think next t..."
Apr 6, 2009 on Food.com
"One of the nicest breads I've ever made in my bread machine. It's not as dense/firm as dark rye that you get at the store, it's actually sort of soft with a somewhat crusty outside. Very easy to slice. I made it as written with two exceptions: I added no caraway seed (not a fan and had no dark corn syrup, so I used agave nectar. You could also..."
Feb 3, 2009 on Food.com
"This worked out perfectly for me...I nuked the potatoes right before I cubed them. I was afraid they were going to fall apart, but I tossed them very gently into the pan and let them sit on med for about 20 minutes...they got nice and crispy on that side. Thank you! (I used 2 T olive oil and about 1.5 T butter with 3 lg russet potatoes."
Nov 2, 2008 on Food.com