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"A perfect 5 stars for this one! Most of the precooking and chopping can be done ahead of time for a quick but fabulous breakfast. I like a sprinkle of parmesan cheese over the top as well. I may try with ham next time. Thank you Jeffie for sharing."
Jul 20, 2009 on Food.com
"Wow! Incredible creamy rice custard! I added a touch of nutmeg and sprinkled raisins on my half of the pan (hubby's isn't a raisin fan during the last 20 minutes of cook time. I did soak the raisins in hot water while the custard was cooking to keep them soft and plump. A comfort food that will be made again and again in this house. "
Apr 3, 2006 on Food.com
"Another high five from a shrimp lover! The combination of shrimp, garlic, and parmesan was a winner in this house. All these ingredients mingled perfectly. This recipe will be reached for again and again! Thank you!I too used large frozen shrimp. About 45 to a pound. I let them unthaw before I marinated them and cooked them for about 5-6..."
Apr 24, 2005 on Food.com
"A simple delight to sink your teeth into this rich and moist cake with just a hint of sweetness. We had old bananas on the counter but not one of us wanted banana bread. I whipped up this easy recipe and had everyone ooohhhing and aaaahhhing when the cake was done. Many of us went back for seconds! Thank you for a recipe that will be made..."
Apr 15, 2005 on Food.com
"I laughed when I first saw this recipe. I ooohed when I first saw a picture of the fried strawberries. I tried it! Not only did we fry strawberries but we also tried bananas, sliced apples, canned manderin oranges, and canned pink grapefruit. We all had different favorites! What a fun recipe.-some of the fruit we used took less then 20 s..."
Mar 4, 2005 on Food.com
"My, my I think I'm a true Italian after making these! lol This was my first ever attempt at making homemade ravioli and though my fingers stumled I managed to get the hang of it. My mouth however didn't cooperate as well for I couldn't stop eating them as soon as they came out of the hot water. The ravioli was too darn good to wait patiently f..."
Mar 4, 2005 on Food.com
"One of my favorite dough recipes for pizza crust and stromboli! An incredible easy recipe I mix in my stand mixer. This dough smells heavenly three times over! Once while it's mixing. Again while it's rising and for the third time when it's cooking! Taste is perfect without being overpowered with spices. Terrific recipe."
Feb 6, 2005 on Food.com
"A definite 5 star keeper in my book! Very simple ingredients and very simple to make. I used a 11"x7" dessert pan and these squares were eye popping thick and picture perfect. Anything I put oatmeal in I always add a touch of cinnamon. I sprinkled some cinnamon in but next time will use a bit more. Thank you, thank you for a date square recipe..."
Dec 2, 2004 on Food.com
"Danzy, I did a search before I posted this cream cheese pound cake and found your recipe is exactly as the one my co worker gave me. This pound cake is the best I've ever had in flavor, texture, and moistness. The longer this cake sits the better it gets. This cake has been sent many times to Iraq over the last year for it holds up sooooo well..."
Nov 16, 2004 on Food.com
"We made this recipe with Kay's review in mind. We rolled the dough to about 2 1/2'x 16 inches. We doubled the filling and with an extra pair of hands we rolled this up! What fun to make a jelly roll pan full of these huge beautiful rolls! The dough was a bit heavier than my own recipe but rolled out easily. I will be making these again for th..."
Nov 1, 2004 on Food.com