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"Yummy! This was delicious. I literally handed this to my just-turned 15yo and informed her this was what she was making Chicken Alfredo for supper. It came out really good. It's a keeper. Thanks for sharing."
"DELISH! This was just the yummiest marinade I've ever done. I was so totally & completely wowed. I think I'm going to do a crockpt adaptation for pork shoulder chunk that I can use as sandwich meat. Thank you so much! It's to die for!"
"This review is being dictated by my daughter (7). "It's awesome! I love it. It's a perfect treat if your really hungry. You should give it to your guests for dessert and snacks. O MY GOSH!I'm in love!Try it and you'll say their good."
"These were great! I made them for breakfast & added orange rind for flavor. They were light & ummm delicious. I used 18% cream coz that's what I had on hand. I don't know if the 35% would make them any better. Certainly, I will make these again. Thanks for sharing"
"I absolutely loved this recipe! It was sooo good. I added a few herbs & 1tbsp of butter to the ingredients. I also used my breadmaker for the dough & as some reviewers mentioned, I "blind-baked" the crust for 6 mins before adding the toppings. Thanks you for sharing. Will make this again for sure."
"This was my first ever attempt at making cookies. I loved them! Because I put it to the vote in my house, the consensus was a 4-star.I do think I over-creamed them. They were too soft. I had to bake them for more than 10mins... I was afraid they would harden overnight but they are still soft and chewy this morning. I'll try them again for sure..."
"This was first nervous attempt at salmon. I loved it! I skipped the breadcrumbs and added black pepper. Thanks for sharing, this gives me the confidence to try other fish dishes..."
"Very good. Here's the secret to enjoying these; eat them warm. Popping them into the microwave for about 30secs usually does the trick for me."