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"Great flavor and excellent cooking instructions. I always have trouble overcooking the eggs so they turn out lumpy instead of creamy, but this was very helpful! White pepper is a good alternative to black if you don't want to see those little specks. Adding the butter after removing from the heat is also important as it prevents the butter from me..."
Aug 24, 2012 on Food.com
"Excellent, simple combination of ingredients. I made this to stuff a popover and just omitted the bread crumbs. I can see this working for a variety of situations, not just traditional stuffing. Loved the texture of the mushrooms with the sausage and the celery flavor that was subtle but not overpowering. Overall very well balanced and excellent c..."
Mar 6, 2012 on Food.com
"Not that this needs another 5 stars, but it was too good not to! I found this recipe to be really versatile in terms of filling. I used fresh veggies including celery root and acorn squash. For extra easiness, I used a rotisserie chicken from the grocery store. A snap to put together and so delicious! Thanks!"
Jan 6, 2012 on Food.com
"Mmmmmmmmm super yummy! I didn't have crystallized ginger on hand, so I subbed ground ginger. Still delicious but now I want to try it with the fresh stuff! The cake itself is so moist and tasty! Before taking it out of the bundt pan, I poked holes in the cake and poured a sugar honey glaze on. Thanks for posting!!
UPDATE: I finally got co..."
Dec 23, 2011 on Food.com
"Very easy to make and great when leeks are in season! I followed the recipe almost exactly, except cutting down the pepper as others suggested. We found the soup to be lacking in salt, but that could be because of the homemade broth I used, and was easily remedied with a sprinkling of kosher salt.
I used red potatoes because I like my potatoe..."
Dec 19, 2011 on Food.com
"Got some beets in my weekly CSA and didn't want to make salad. Found this recipe and tried it exactly as written. SO GOOD! Very moist with a slight earthy hint (though this goes away the day after. Tastes a bit like carrot cake's cousin. Would be amazing with cream cheese frosting!
Thanks for sharing!"
Oct 19, 2011 on Food.com
"The addition of tequila was a stroke of genius! Great for vegetarians and meat-lovers alike (we are the latter. We used raw tortillas from Costco and cooked them before adding the ingredients. Came out crispy and delicious. Thanks for posting!"
Oct 6, 2011 on Food.com
"We loved this recipe, it was simple and easy! However I think there was a little too much egg mixture and it took almost an hour to cook through, and even then the egg wasn't totally set. I tried this a second time with one less egg and half the milk, and it cooked through in the suggested time. I also added a crust with mine and it was AWESOME. T..."
Sep 28, 2011 on Food.com
"Really fantastic and easy recipe! I adapted mine for the grill like so: Combine soy sauce, lemon, garlic and brown sugar and marinate the salmon for 15-30 min. Put the salmon on the grill and put the leftover marinade in a sauce pan over high heat to thicken. When the salmon is done, pour sauce over the salmon and sprinkle with parsley and chives..."
May 12, 2011 on Food.com
"This recipe wins for ease, simplicity and deliciousness! Very easy to put together and grilling yields a perfectly cooked piece of fish. I find it on the tad salty side, so I would cut the soy sauce a bit. I also tried adding some lemon juice on my second try and it was wonderful!
Also, 6 T = 1/4 cup for those of you who want to keep using yo..."
Apr 14, 2011 on Food.com