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"You made me run out of paprika, waaaaaaah! ;) I used this on a roast for my husband's birthday. It was peppy without being too peppery--very nice. Thanks for posting!"
"These came out very tender and moist, the way a scone should be (people who think scones are supposed to be dense haven't ever had good ones). I didn't use the raisins, and I forgot the sugar, but with the raspberry jam the sugar wasn't needed. Thanks for posting!"
"Good, rich flavor. I added some extra water, because DH likes a lot of sauce, and a little garlic. This is very nice for a weekday meal. Thanks for posting!"
"This isn't what I normally think of as pepper steak, but it sure is good! The meat was very tender. I used the stovetop method and served it over pasta. I also omitted the ketchup, after reading the other reviews. Nice easy recipe, thanks for posting!"
"Simple indeed, and very good. Like other reviewers, I tossed the salad with the dressing. Hopefully I can get DH to eat more of this instead of his ubiquitous guacamole and chips. ;) Thanks for posting!"
""Good herbs," said my husband when he tasted this. It's good toasted, and the aroma is slightly reminiscent of pizza. I made mine entirely in the machine because it's very hot here. I did have to add a little bit of water. Thanks for posting!"
"My beef never got shreddable, but it was extremely tender. It was surprisingly flavorful even with very few seasonings. There was plenty left for a second meal for the three of us. Thanks for posting!"
"Easy and delicious. Mine took about a minute less than the recipe called for; my husband was sure it wouldn't be done, but it was perfect. Thanks for posting!"
"I'm giving this 5 stars even though my husband didn't think it was sweet enough (aw, what does he know? I liked it). I made it with fresh peaches. It's incredibly easy--the hardest part was cutting up the fruit. A great dessert for summer when fresh fruit is in season. Thanks for posting!"