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Recipe Reviews 5 reviews
Barbeque Beef Casserole
With a few changes this is a 5 star recipe and one I will make many times over I’m sure. First off I must say do not wait till after adding your onions, bell pepper, corn and tomatoes to drain off excess grease. One you lose too much of your veggies flavors and natural juices in doing so, for they get drained as well as the grease. Drain your ground beef after cooking it. Adding garlic is a must in my house, so I did. I can see where others say using 3 boxes of cornbread is way to much too. I made a homemade corn bread spread which would have been the equivalents of about 1 ½ box of store bought and it was just right. I also took the advice of others and I increased my barbeque sauce to 1 cup. I also did not pre-drain my tomatoes so it would have more moisture. I’m glad I did not drain them either for it aided in making it moist and gave it more flavor. My husband loved it and is looking forward to leftovers tonight.

242 users found this review helpful
Reviewed On: Aug. 19, 2006
Eileen's Spicy Gingerbread Men
With a few changes this is a very good recipe. I have to agree with some others on cutting back the amount of clovers from the original 1 ts. to ½ ts. The full amount leaves an after-taste in your mouth. I also found using ¾ cups of molasses a must as well. As one had suggested, I divided my batter up into halves, which worked out well. If one doesn’t care for making cookie cutter shapes, you can use the old drop spoon method, which then you would not need to cool dough before shaping and no rolling would be needed. I also agree with a fellow baker on baking for 6 mins only, if you want soft/moist cookies. I will make again but will double the recipe for I found it only made 2 ½ dozen using a medium size cookie cutter.

3 users found this review helpful
Reviewed On: Aug. 19, 2006
Caramel Frosting I
I have made this several time for my Great Aunt and she has given it her 2 thumbs up and even wanted to use my thumbs for a 4 thumbs up. Grant you I made the same mistake as other when I first made it (not reading the yield area). It plainly states " Original recipe yield: 1 - 8 or 9 inch layer" And that is what I got was one layer worth. With that said tho it was my fault and not the submitters. I now triple it for a 3 layer cake. I did not have any of the other problem as stated by others. It was not runny not did it crack on me, but all that has to do with timing tho. You must vigorotsly boil this to have a good turn out. It does ser quickly therefor it is to be poured and not spread on.

24 users found this review helpful
Reviewed On: Jan. 24, 2006
 
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