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"This was tasty, but next time, I'll use less oil. I even added twice as much parsley in case my interpretation of 2 cups, loosely packed, was too loose. Made for CQ 14."
"This stuff is awesome! I left it kind of chunky so the bacon and pecans were still identifiable. Made for CQ 14."
"Perhaps I applied it too liberally but WAY TOO MUCH salt. The meat under this rub was awesomely cooked - falling off the bone tender. Made for CQ 14."
"I've got 4 young adult men eating at my house. Bacon is a major food group. I had to make this! Awesome stuff. Made for CQ 14."
"I made this for a slow cooker challenge. Beets cooked in a slow cooker are fabulous! Wash and cut leaves off about 1/2 inch from the beet. Leave the root. Put on large square of foil, drizzle with olive oil, wrap up and seal the foil. Cook in crockpot on high about 3 hours. Let cool a little and the skin comes right off, leaving you with a delicio..."
"I'm not crazy about eggs. I cook them really dry so they don't fold into omelets very well. I usually have to use a lot of hot sauce but I do love sour cream and onions, so this all came together well and was pretty good. Made for CQ 14. ."
"This was tasty. The bacon was a big plus. Soup with pickles is outside my norm. I had some trouble with the directions - what kind of sausage? - I went with regular pork sausage. What kind of pickles and how big - around here, pickles are everything from the cucumbers that are the right size to make pickles from, sweet, bread and butter, dill, hot..."
"Used on rabbit legs. Baked at 300 degrees 90 minutes, covered in foil, then broiled a few minutes. Very good. Made for CQ 14."