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"Good recipe. I've been trying to fix candied sweet potatoes like my mom's but without success. This isn't quite the same but good nonetheless. Will fix them this way again. Very easy and tasty!"
"Read the last review and must make a comment about this recipe. I used this as a base for making tuna patties. I used two cans of water-packed tuna. I didn't use all-purpose flour or the baking powder. I used self-rising flour so the issue of too much baking powder didn't come up. I also didn't use the seasoned bread crumbs. My DH liked them ..."
"I have been using this recipe for as long as I have been making pumpkin pie. At the suggestion of my new DH, I added a capful of vanilla to the ingredients (that's the way his father made pumpkin pie). The vanilla gave it a little more flavor--I will probably add 2 capfuls next time."
"My mother always had spiced peaches on the table for Christmas and Thanksgiving. It has been so difficult finding them in the store in the small town I live in. These were perfect and just as I remembered from my childhood. Thanks for the easy and tasty recipe."
"What a great way of making mashed potatoes--no last minute scrambling. I also recommend using all the liquid--between the time in the frig and the oven, they were a little stiff since I didn't use all the liquid (but the gravy made them more creamy)."
"This was a hit. However, since I put it in a deep casserole dish (all the shallow ones had been used for other dishes), it took about an hour to cook. Very flavorful and DH loved it."
"Outstanding recipe. I used 5 apples and just eye-balled the brown sugar and cinnamon. I also fixed a package of stove top dressing and spread that on top before baking. Smelled delicious and tasted wonderful. DH said this is a keeper."
"Made this for our Thanksgiving get-together at work. Everyone raved and had to have the recipe. I used Jimmy Dean's hot sausage to give it some zip and added 2 more slices of bread so that the bread covered my oversized 13 x 19 pan. Only used half the cheese--got lazy after hand grating 8 oz and it looked like enough on the casserole without ha..."