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Reviews: Reading and Submitting Ratings

Not quite sure on that Brown Sugar Ham Steak recipe? Why not read what other’s have to say before you make it!

On any recipe, on the lower portion of the page, you’ll see reviews and helpful tips from people who have already made the recipe you’re looking at.


You can sort Reviews by clicking Most HelpfulMost Positive, Least Positive, or Newest on the gray bar above the reviews.

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If you want to read a full review, click Read More at the bottom of the review. You can cycle through all of the reviews you have sorted by pressing the “next” arrow button on the right side, and you can give the review some love by giving it a hearty “Thumbs Up” right below the “next” arrow. You can follow the reviewer if you’d like by clicking the “Follow” button! Sharing is caring: clicking on any of the social buttons (Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest) will allow you to share to your favorite Social feed!

If you click Read More, and the review box seen below does not appear, you may have an ad blocker preventing the box from opening. To work around this, right click Read More and choose “Open link in new tab”. You can then see all the reviews for that recipe in a new tab.


Alright, so you’ve made the tasty Brown Sugar Ham Steak and you want to review it. It’s pretty simple to review recipes you’ve made! 

All you have to do is click on the orange “Rate and review” button underneath the Reviews section on the recipe page. A pop up will appear where you can rate and review the recipe. Don’t worry if you’re a person of few words – we love you the same!

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Once you’re finished, go ahead and hit Submit – your rating and/or review will be online momentarily for all to see!

When you write a review, remember to follow our review guidelines:

-Make and taste the recipe before you review or rate it.

-Be polite and considerate of others.

-Keep reviews focused on the cooking and eating experience.

-Don’t add links to other sites.

-Don’t add comments about other reviewers.

-Be specific. Good reviews are great. Bad reviews can be just as valuable, but should offer constructive criticism and helpful comments focused on the cooking and eating experience.

-Use appropriate language.

Happy Cooking and Reviewing!