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"I made this with my mom the night I got home from school after exam week, and it was delicious! Such a nice break from college food, and so many great flavors and textures. Can't wait to make this again."
"I loooove this soup! My mom made it a few years ago, and I remembered it enough to make it once I was on my own. I had barley in my pantry, so I substituted that and it worked great! This soup is full of such healthy ingredients and tastes great! Even my boyfriend, who isn't usually one to like foods that taste healthy or vegetable-y, had a s..."
"I made this for a friend of mine when I discovered that his favorite food was meatloaf. I'm not really big on eating so much meat, so I was surprised that I liked it! And my friend told me it was the best meatloaf he had ever eaten! The original Paula Deen recipe calls for tomatoes without the juice, so that is what I used."
"I made this for Mother's Day. It was soooooo good. And the graham cracker crust stayed together perfectly even though I was worried about it crumbling. I will definitely be making this again."
"So easy and so good! I like to make a bunch of this on weekends and then eat it throughout the week as a snack. Thanks for the great recipe!"
"Like some other reviewers, I used butter rather than oil and added 1/4 teaspoon of vanilla extract. They turned out great! I cut up strawberries and put them on top, and added chocolate chips to one for my sister. I would definitely make these again. Thanks for the recipe!"
"This was delicious and hearty! I found a similar recipe on the blog, Use Real Butter, and I used Israeli couscous and Greek yogurt like they recommended. Also, I omitted the preserved lemon and saffron thread. My father liked adding hot sauce to his stew. I loved the soup and I am very happy that there are leftovers! I ate it until I was stuffed a..."