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"Very good!! I used a couple flap steaks and let them marinate overnight in the fridge. Really tender & delicious. One suggestion cooks: dry off the excess marinade before placing steak in skillet. Thanks much, LMillerRN!! :)"
"Nice, healthy stew! I'll definitely make this again! I skipped the peppers (not a big fan), added some spinach, green beans, and crushed dried Rosemary. This made a very hearty meal! Thanks for the recipe!"
"Wow!! This was fantastic!! The sauce was amazing - rich & delicious. (This was the "christening" of my new & freshly seasoned cast iron Dutch oven.) I used olive oil instead of lard. And I used a little extra corn starch b/c I like a thicker sauce. WARNING: For all you less experienced cooks [like myself] - Cook roast for 15 minutes per lb. ..."
"Very good! The slow cook time (all the simmering) allowed me to prep, chop, etc. as I went along. This would be a good meal to make with friends and family all in the kitchen helping."
"FANTASTIC!! My family & coworkers go nuts for these biscotti! They're always a favorite. Two hints: Add two tablespoons of water to the flour-sugar mix before adding the eggs - it helps the mix bind together. Also, use parchment paper under the loaves - makes it easier to lift them to a cutting board. Great recipe! Thanks Nana Lee!!"
"Amazing!! I thought, "550! It'll incinerate!!" But IT WAS GREAT!! I went for 6 minutes per pound (roast was fridge cold to start.) I used an olive oil rub, but won't next time - it smoked too much. But finished roast was perfect - tender; looked nice; very moist! Great recipe!"