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A meat loaf with a brand-new taste destined to become an old favorite.
Here’s the best recipe we’ve ever found for this classic English dish.
An unusual recipe from Martha’s Vineyard.
A good sturdy version of an old favorite.
Reprinted with permission by Hoffman Media, LLC, semihomemademag.com
This hearty beer-and-onion stew is a national dish of Belgium. It was very fashionable in the...
This is just about the best way in the world to cook a beef roast. I’ve done this with little...
This salt pork spread is a/so excellent on venison steaks.
Serve this exotic, fruity dish over rice.
With its distinctively tart yogurt sauce, this is particularly good served with wheat pilaf.
The beauty of this savory marinade is that you can make it ahead of time, add the meat and onion...
Irish lamb has a distinctive flavor, much commented on by visitors to Ireland.
A big, hearty dish, perfect when you know everybody has the hungries.
This recipe was enjoyed by my family when I was growing up. My dad made it and we gobbled it right...
This humble meat dish becomes an appetizer people will be talking about long after the Christmas...
This recipe may be used for left-over roasts of any kind, rib roast, eye roast, or pot roast.
This recipe features a delicate lightly seasoned coating, and comes from Alex’s mother-in-law, Mary...
A great dish for a brunch–especially when your house is filled with visitors. Just mix up the...
This recipe came right out of French Canada, and we’ve never tasted a better one. Makes a...
“This sausage-egg strata was first served to us by a Navy friend (presently a captain and still on...
The trick to this scrumptious recipe is to be patient with the onions. Cook them slowly on a low...
One of the specialties of The Bramble Inn. At its best if cooked a day in advance. –The Bramble...
Freezes beautifully and tastes even better the second time around. Experiment with the amounts of...
A favorite every time! If you’re not feeding a crowd, freeze one loaf (either before or after...
Needs no gravy, good hot or cold.
Green pepper and pimiento make this old favorite look very festive and add a little extra zip!...
Pâté, once an entertaining staple, is generally thought of as a luxury item today, which seems...
Although this stew did not originate in New England, it has earned a place in almost every Northern...
Chili makes a wonderfully nutritious meat-stretching meal, This recipe makes a delicious, hearty...
This dish is a favorite for church suppers and other gatherings. Good for young people especially.
The green tomatoes give this chili extra character.
A quick, easy, and very good recipe that can be made with leftover ham, beef, or pork – or with no...
This recipe was given to me by my daughter’s godmother, who was an excellent cook. It’s a crowd-...
I made up this recipe while visiting my family in Bridgewater, NH. The basis of this entree is...
everyone in my family loves this, especially on a cold day Submitted by Cindy Sullivan
In Texas, a brisket would go on the grill. In an Irish American neighborhood, it would get corned,...
This is as easy to make as sloppy joes, but much more of a treat.
Fans of Indian and Southeast Asian food know that many curry dishes incorporate sweet ingredients...
Unlike traditional coq au vin, this dish is made with white wine, which makes it a little lighter...
These crispy corn cakes mimic griddle cakes with fried ham, but with a more complex flavor and a...
Don’t let the list of ingredients deter you; this is a delicious recipe that takes “boiled dinner”...

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