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  • semi00 1 month ago about Crockpot Corned Beef Cabbage
    the flavor was GREAT! but next time and there will be a next time I will change things around in the crock. 1) will buy a lower sodium no nitrite smaller corned beef brisket. 2) meat on the bottom to be braised in the beer/water mix. I think that is it. the meat was only steamed? and was still very tough after 7 hours of cooking. (might just have been this piece of meat) So I will not review it yet because I think all in all it's a Great recipe and don't feel right giving it a bad or lesser review because it may have been something else. Family has become less and less sodium tolerant (my fault) so corned beef has been becoming an issue for a while. but we still really love the taste. but found that I can now get a hold of a lower sodium brisket, so will give that a try later.
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  • elgourmand 5 months ago about The King of Kings Cheese Sauce
    Nice post. Sometimes the basics are best.
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  • MichgaBaker 5 months ago about Old Fashioned Fantastic Lemon Filling
    Had to double the recipe...didn't think it looked like enough for an 8 inch layer cake
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  • Lilliu 7 months ago about Wacky Ingredients but oh so good Pork Chops with Savory and Tangy Gravy
    This was really good and easy to make. Everyone ate it so fast! Loved the wacky ingredients and flexibility. Some substitutions I made were cherry preserves that were languishing in the fridge, Dijon mustard, summer savory and tarragon, a bit of cooking sherry (no wine on hand), regular soy sauce, and even bread flour on bone-in chops. I also added some Indonesian sweet soy sauce (aka Kecap manis) and a few dashes of Tabasco. I didn't even measure the ingredients; just eyeballed it all. Thanks for a delicious pork chop recipe!
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  • melissamcf 11 months ago about Best Chicken Soup For Colds And Flu
    I made this for my sis who had the flu, and my whole family had a cold at the same time. Luckily there was plenty to feed all of us and to have the next day! This soup is SO yummy and healing. So many awesome flavors. Only thing is, I used only a half of one jalapeno and it was plenty spicy! I had to add water to my kids' soup bowls to lessen the spice for them. I added a couple cloves of garlic since the recipe didn't say how much, but I'm sure you could add even more. Since I'm not a fan of soggy noodles, I got this cool small shell pasta called collezione (Barilla brand) and cooked it 10 minutes instead of 15 like it called for. That way, since the soup was plenty hot, it just cooked a little more in the soup pot and tasted great. I will definitely make this again! Hope everyone who makes this feels better soon! :-) It'll help!
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  • lilliancooks 5 years ago
    Hi Diva! I have your Wacky Pork Chop recipe cooking as I type...and let me tell you...that sauce is sooooo delicious! I used 7 big, bone-in pork chops, so I had to put the chops into a large baking diish after they were seared.. Then I poured the sauce ontop and will let them bake for 1 1/2 hours. I can't wait to eat these! I'll serve them over egg noodles, as you suggested! I'll post a pic and review to the recipe page later! =)
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  • divaliscious 5 years ago
    Thanks everyone - I've been so busy, I haven't seen the wonderful changes to GroupRecipes.com - just amazing!
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  • notyourmomma 6 years ago
    Nice to see you dear. We've been very quiet with our celebrations this year...Fred's illness has given us a whole new perspective on living. Since he has been home from rehab, we have been working on him gaining back his strength and daily living skills, it is an exhausting schedule of therapy and working to support the household. But, we are very blessed to still have him with us. Very blessed indeed. Hope all is well with you and yours. Sounds like you have been incredibly busy and that is always a good sign of a happy and full life. Bless you dear. Best wishes and a Properous Joyous New Year.
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  • notyourmomma 6 years ago
    How are you, dear? Been extra busy with school and the monthly Jam? You've been missed.
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  • knoxcop 6 years ago
    Leah---Oh my goodness! I made that derned Bisquick oven fried chicken last night and it was TO. DIE. FOR. Soooo delicious and what a different, unique taste. Thanks for the suggestion in the dinner table group. Hoping you are well and might get back this way one day so we can have a salad together! --Kn0x--
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  • frankieanne 6 years ago
    Hey, are you around? New Top Chef season started last night. Will you be joining us? :)
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  • notyourmomma 6 years ago
    You have been missed, nice to see you posting!
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  • wynnebaer 6 years ago
    Happy to see you posting in ODD.....Miss you when you aren't around!!!
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  • notyourmomma 6 years ago
    Hey GF, where have you been? You have been missed in the daily dinner gab fest of the past few days. We've been silly and you are missing all the fun, dear. How was your last jam? Did all go well? Big hugs from me to you. MUAH
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  • wynnebaer 6 years ago
    Thanks alot for sending a 5 my way.....I'm doing well and looking forward to going to CA to visit my girls next month....Happy to hear you're gonna be around more...Have missed you...:)
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