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"Thanks for a great pasta salad recipe! I didn't have provolone or black olives on hand, so I used a little bit of cheddar and some parmesan and omitted the olives. I also added a little bit of crushed red pepper. The dressing for this is great!"
"We loved this soup! Like a previous reviewer, I threw the chicken in uncooked from the beginning. I let it cook about five hours on low then took the chicken out and shredded it with two forks, put it back in, and then added the peas and half and half for another 30 minutes. This is a definite repeat for us! Thanks!"
"We usually find Chinese food-style recipes disappointing when made at home, but this was great! I added some corn starch to the sauce as it was simmering because we like it thick, and I doubled the crushed red pepper based on personal preference. Thanks!"
"We have been trying to eat less meat and this recipe was perfect! I also added more hot sauce and less tomato based on personal preference. We also enjoyed the leftovers on tortilla chips. Thanks!"
"This is one of my fiance's favorite cookies from childhood and this recipe was right on. I've made them twice and the second time I had to use margarine (out of butter) and they didn't set up quite as well so I'll stick with butter. Wonderful!"
"My fiance and I both really enjoyed this pizza! I bought the pre-packaged cooked chicken strips (like you'd put on a salad) and used a mozzerella/cheddar blend of cheeses. Also used Frank's Extra Hot for more kick. Delicious!"
"I made this for my grandfather's birthday, as it is one of his favorites. I didn't add the cinnamon or nutmeg, but it turned out wonderful. Don't panic when the potato liquifies when you start adding the sugar. It will soon get very thick. Thanks for sharing the recipe!"
"I am from PA and I grew up on Whoopie Pies and this recipe is just like my grandmother's. I made my spoonfuls bigger than a teaspoon and ended up with some pretty big whoopie pies but that's ok. Also, I set my oven on 350 and left them in 8 minutes and they turned out perfectly!"
"My fiance loved this soup. I also added a can of black beans. The chicken was super simple to shred with two forks. My nine year old daughter loved it too!"