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"I haven't made this, but we called this opekansa[sp???]. I haven't had this for many years. My mom used the ground poppy seed. So delicious."
"We don't use 1,000 island dressing for salads, but I just made this for Reuben sandwiches. I left out the sugar because I thought it was sweet enough with the sweet pickle relish. I will make again when the food occasion calls for it. I can't remember the last time I bought bottled dressing. It's so easy to make your own with ing..."
"I served these to guests the other night, and the pan was scraped clean. These scalloped potatoes were the best ever. I used sharp white cheddar. I will definitely make again."
"I don't understand all the raves about this recipe. It was soup!! As I was making this, I kept telling myself that this was way too much liquid for the amount of flour. I should have trusted my judgement. It tasted fine, but I won't be making this again."
"My mom used to make these for us in the late 50's to early 60's. I make them today and refer to them as 'my dirty little secret'! Love them. To make them 'healthier' I use turkey dogs ! I believe they were called fran cheesies at the time. Preccok the bacon to get rid of some of the fat. The bacon should still be p..."
"I put all ingredients into my KA stand mixer. I soaked the raisins in water, and I won't do that again as the soaking removes the flavor from the raisins. The dough is quite soft and sticky, and I had to add a little more flour to the mix and while kneading and shaping into a ball. The dough ROSE quickly. Great flavor. I'll make again.&l..."
"A wonderful gratin! I made this while visiting my daughter in Germany. You can buy roblechon in larger cities there. However, I don't believe that roblechon is available in the states. Too bad because these potatoes are delicious."