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"After living in this house for 13 years, we got our first little ant infestation. Just a little trail from the windowsill to the garbage area. I found this recipe, read all the reviews, and said Phht, overnight....right. But I have all the ingredients so it'll be free- might as well give it a try until I can run out and get ant poison.<b..."
"This was fantastic! I was expecting moans and groans when the kids (and my husband) saw the "green stuff" in this dish, but they loved it and told me to make it again! The texture of the chard just melts into the rest of the ingredients. Very simple and quick to make. Thanks for a great recipe, Aunt Willie!"
"Oh! So good! I just wonder about the ground beef as opposed to ground or chopped chicken. I found it a bit odd/jarring in the soup. I'm going to try this next time with chicken instead. Still, it's really delicious!"
"I was an animal control officer before I became a mom and I wish I had known about this back then! I'd get sprayed twice a week and hubby would make me strip in the garage! Then I would just let it wear off over the next few days.But I've tried this the last couple of years on my dogs and it works GREAT. Except that my little black dog, who..."
"Oh, YUM!!! Even the kids liked it (without the pepper- we shook on red pepper flakes at the table). Hubby says this is definitely a keeper! Thanks, Sue!"
"Wow, are these good! Crispy on the edges, chewy in the middle, just like we like 'em! I added a big helping of chopped pecans."
"Yum! We've made these several times this summer, always on the grill, usually with an "oven stuffer" chicken, about 5-6 pounds, for 2 to 2 1/2 hours. I made the rub and keep it in a jar and we've made 4 chickens so far and still have enough rub for one more! The kids love it, too."