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"This recipe lived up to its name! It was absolutely delicious and we'll make it again. Followed your suggestion about doubling the sauce and the garlic mashed potatoes. thanks!"
Jan 27, 2010 on Food.com
"true to it's name...YUMMY. The whole family loved it. thanks so much!"
Nov 19, 2009 on Food.com
"This soup really exceeded my expectations! It was easy to make - minimal fussing with ingredients, and the resulting broth had great body and flavor. I followed mianbao's hint and once the lamb started to get tender, threw the barley into the pot with the lamb, chicken stock and wine. I used all 6 bay leaves and loved the addition of a little l..."
Oct 27, 2009 on Food.com
"Wow! This couldn't have been easier or more delicious - my kids gobbled it up! I only had a half hour to marinade, but reduced the sauce way down and put it on the fish just before serving. Thanks Jacques!"
Feb 10, 2009 on Food.com
"My family loved this recipe! I didn't use the slow cooker, but made it on the stove top. After step 10, I just put the chicken back in the pot and cooked it on low for 2 hours. Also added a dash of Tabasco and some preserved lemon to brighten it up a bit, but that was just for my family's taste. We will definitely make this again!"
Feb 8, 2009 on Food.com
"This was a super easy lifesaver recipe for a house full of last minute company. I used a second can of cranberry sauce because the piece of meat I had was enormous and mixed in a bottle of dark beer instead of the ginger ale (which I forgot to buy. I didn't bother to sear the meat but cooked it at 350 for 4 hours covered in a disposable roasting..."
Dec 28, 2008 on Food.com
"This is exactly what a crock pot recipe should be - stick in all the ingredients all the same time, minimal fuss with seasonings- and come home after work to a fragrant and delicious dinner! I didn't have peas on hand, so used a package of fresh string beans which worked out great. Dijon mustard was a nice condiment with this dish."
Feb 27, 2008 on Food.com
"This recipe is a winner! When the meat was cooked, I reduced the sauce over a higher heat - everybody loved it!"
Feb 22, 2008 on Food.com
"My whole family loved this dish! It was quick to prepare and delicious:- I used boneless skinless thighs (all they had at the market, so I didn't cook it as long as recommended. I cooked the thighs about half an hour without the sauce and then another 40 minutes or so with the sauce. It didn't cook quite long enough to get thick and sticky- ..."
Feb 4, 2008 on Food.com
"This made a wonderful dessert served with vanilla ice cream. I had guests for dinner and popped these in when I took out my main course - by the time they were ready, everyone's mouth was watering!"
Jan 27, 2008 on Food.com