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"I was very disappointed by this. I was excited to make this because I thought it would be a beautiful twist on a jam. This had not hint of carrot flavor. It was tangy..I tasted lemon, sugar, and cognac...and Very Sweet! If that is what you are interested in then this is the recipe for you!"
"We're no chili aficionados, but have made this a couple of times and think it's just DARN GOOD. Alton Brown knows it takes time to develop flavors, but thanks to him for a quick and super delicious chili that we can enjoy in about an hour start to finish! For a twist, try and substitute nacho cheese flavored chips for the regular tortilla chips."
"I'm a huge Ina fan!! I thought this sounded awesome and made this just as it is written in the recipe. Between the lemon and the salt it made my cheeks pucker!! I would recommend starting with half the salt ...and then have a taste...you can always add more!! Otherwise very crunchy and refreshing! Thanks Ina!"
"I've made these raviolis twice now, and used wonton wrappers both times. They were OH SO GOOD! My husband says this may be one of the best things he's ever eaten...wow!! The best part is that it's so simple, yet so yummy! I don't think I can buy fresh pasta where I live and I know that I don't want to make my own so next time I may try and use""
"Wow! So easy and so delish! I did end up having to put this under the broiler to get it to brown like I wanted. Next time I may toast the breadcrumbs beforehand just so they are extra crunchy all the way through. Other than that, I wouldn't change anything!"