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"This was delicious. I left the salt and pepper out and substituted onion pwder for the paprika. Then I cooked the tails on a hot grill pan for 15 minutes, turning them every five minutes. They were the highlight of my New Year's Eve dinner w/the hubby. Try them with grilled steak and steamed asparagus. Yumo!"
"This was soooo good with braised pork chops and fresh green beans. I used Craisins instead of fresh cranberries and fresh orange zest instead of orange rind. It was delicious."
"This bread is sooo delicious. I made a double batch and used Butter Flavored Crisco for the shortening. I stuck with 1/2 cup sweetner but used 1/4 cup honey and 1/4 cup pure maple syrup. The dough rose so beautifully and the finished product was just wonderful.Like the previous reviewer, I got full sized loaves from the recipe so I don't u..."
"This was pretty good bread. It was my first time baking bread and I had to substitute oat groats for cracked wheat so maybe that's why it wasn't perfect, but it did taste good.Note to bread newbies: Keep the water temperature at about 100 degrees or you will kill the yeast and your dough will not rise. I found this out the hard way :)."
"Really wonderful soup. It's an African-American tradition to eat blackeyed peas on New Year's Day and this was a great new way to serve them. The soup was good as is, but got even better when I added 1/2 cup red wine."
"These waffles were a little bland when prepared according to the recipe. The second time I made them, I replaced the vegetable oil with a stick of butter. The taste improved tremendously."
"I made this for Thanksgiving dinner. It seemed a bit "heavy" but tasted great. My family loved it. I used graham craker crumbs in place of the gingersnap crumbs."
"This was extremely tasty considering the simplicity. I made the following modifications: I used a 3 pound roast and cooked it on high for 4 hours. I also sprinkled the onion soup mix on top off the roast as well as in the bottom of the pot to ensure even distribution of seasoning. This roast made a perfect Sunday dinner when served with Sesame Roa..."