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Reviewed Taco Soup
"Hey 'buffaloatheart' didn't you know taco seasoning and ranch dressing had preservatives in it before you made the recipe? Why did you make the soup in the first place? We liked it and the soup is very good.
I think you wanted to hate the recipe before you tried it."
"Thanks to the previous reviewer for her suggestion in including other ingredients and fish with angel hair pasta.
Reviewed Buttermilk Pie
"This is a very good pie. I baked it at 400 but wish I had followed other reviewer's advice and turned it down to 350 after putting the pie in the oven. It was too brown on top and the crust also. It is a good recipe, however, and tastes delicious."
Reviewed See's Fudge
"This is ok, but it's not the original See's fudge recipe. I got the recipe in 1962 while living in Los Angeles. It has 2 sticks butter, 4 1/2 cups sugar, 2 jar marshmallow cream, 1 can evap. milk, tablespoon vanilla, 2 cups nuts and 2 cups chocolate chips. I'm not saying this is a bad recipe, it's pretty good, but butter makes it richer."
Reviewed Fried Shrimp
"agree with previous poster. FABULOUS!!!!
(omitted 1 tablespoon of salt - 2 instead of 3)"
Reviewed Buffalo Wings
"Great way to fix the wings, but I won't use the sauce again. It's too thin, I would just as well buy Franks Wing Sauce.""
Reviewed Old-Fashioned Apple Crisp
"I took this to a get-together and since I have a reputation of bringing good desserts, I was anxious to see how this was received. (it's not that I'm a great baker, I just find good recipes!)
It was a little too tart for us, so next time I will cut back on the zest. The topping is wonderful. Most apple crisp toppings end up too moist but this i""
"LeeAnn is correct. this is the original See's Recipe. I lived in Los Angeles, where Mary
See started making her fudge and my mother had the recipe in the 1940's. There is 1/2 pound of butter in See's recipe, not 2 TBSP; and no margarine!!! This recipe is exact. I am 69 years old and have a very worn out recipe card that I cherish."