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"Another absolutely wonderful recipe from Kittencal!!! They are all keepers!!! Made with a fresh chicken from the farmers market that was 7 lbs. Made with the onion and celery and garlic. Turned breast side down and roasted. Took foil off and turned breast side up to brown. Divine!!! The house smelled so amazing too!!! My husband said the b..."
Sep 20, 2009 on Food.com
""Awesome", were the first words out of my husband's mouth when he tasted this amazing roast. I had made a prime rib years ago and it was not very good at all. Followed this recipe as written and the results were spectacular. The only changes I made were I used the whole bulb of garlic, about 12 cloves so 24 pieces and when I did the au jus I ad..."
Feb 16, 2009 on Food.com
"Excellent!! My husband likes runny butter tarts. His grandma used to make an excellent one but alas no one seems to be able to find the recipe and bless her she is no longer with us. This filling fit the bill. In fact my husband thinks they taste just like Nan's!! She lived in Owen Sound and my husband says there was a Wilkie's Bakery there? ..."
Oct 10, 2008 on Food.com
"This was an absolutely delicious loaf - could not tell the difference between this loaf and a "normal" loaf. I covered with foil at about 40 minutes into baking to keep from getting to brown. Also did not add raisins, but toasted walnuts and added - delicious!! Thanks Greenfish!!"
Jul 8, 2008 on Food.com
"Excellent!! The first time I made I did not have a stand mixer and I think to be truly successful in GF baking this is a worthwhile investment. The first time I could not physically mix the batter into a smooth consistency. My last two attempts have made my husband a very happy camper. I also invested in a french bread pan (www.goldaskitchen.c..."
Jul 7, 2008 on Food.com