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Although pork tenderloin is an expensive cut of meat, it cooks quickly and has great flavor. Buy a...
Presenting lamb in this elegant fashion is a sure crowd pleaser. Keep in mind that the size of the...
A lot of work, but a great finished product. Actually fun to make if you allow yourself plenty of...
A lot of work, but a great finished product. Actually fun to make if you allow yourself plenty of...
A good dish for a cold day. Takes very little time. Serve with grated sharp cheddar cheese and ...
The quintessential fall recipe, as attractive as it is flavorful.
The next time you have roast beef or corned beef make sure there’s enough left over to make Red...
Prepare on a chilly day for a substantial breakfast or brunch dish. By adding a cup of cooked beets...
A recipe from the South Beach Diet web site submitted by 3fatchiks.
This recipe won Honorable Mention in the Coffee Recipe Contest featured in The 2011 Old Farmer's...
Recipe courtesy Michael Cummings Executive chef, Old Stein Inn.
Hildur’s mother, who emigrated from Sweden around the turn of the century, gave this recipe to her...
The coating for this roast leg of lamb is based on one of Julia Child's in her Mastering the Art of...
A leg of lamb weighing around 6 pounds will serve six to eight people. Serve with fresh asparagus...
Allow 1 pound per serving and add a little extra cooking time if the roast is boneless.
This unpretentious bird, cajoled into tenderness and taste by bastings of wine and garlic, and...
A moist and juicy pork roast complemented by a thick, dark-red, sweet-yet-tangy sauce. Let the meat...
“This dish is a favorite at the Village Inn. The burnt garlic powder not only generates a lovely...
If you prefer to cook your stuffing separately, butter a casserole pan and fill it with stuffing....
By baking this hash in the oven, you eliminate the need to turn it with a spatula and constantly...
From Sugar Less for Life
While rack of lamb is a splurge, this recipe is easy and elegant for a special dinner. Don’t let...
Once the lamb is cooked to desired doneness, it will stay warm on a cutting board under a tent of...
Highly recommended! The prepared sauce makes it quicker and easier to fix than most lasagna recipes...
From My Little Sister
The Snow family of North Carolina documents their family history as far back as the 18th century,...
This flavorful, hearty bread makes a fine accompaniment to soups and salads. It’s great for picnics...
Use hot sausage for a spicier dish.
This recipe originated from the long summer days of spending time in the kitchen and learning to...
People who swore they wouldn’t eat liver in any form have tried this and liked it. Serve it hot or...
Serve this traditional casserole with applesauce and a green salad.
This makes a great side dish or even a hearty main course with wilted winter greens.
Tender pork scallops with an herb coating, browned in butter and olive oil. An example of the...
Moist, tender pork chops in a sweet, bright-red sauce full of onion bits. Original, flavorful, and...
It’s an easy one dish meal the whole family will enjoy.
A perfect one-pot, family-style meal. To save time, you can substitute canned or frozen peas or...
Depending on the size of your family and their appetite you can add more of less to the recipe....
This is very similar to a dish served at my grade school. A real comfort food.
Quick and easy to prepare – and very good, too.
Serve with rice, a green salad, and pita bread that’s been oiled, sprinkled with garlic, and...
This traditional way to prepare lamb is simple and simply wonderful, especially if you can cook it...
A great brunch or dinner dish that’s easily doubled to feed a larger group and easily adapted to...
Lean pork or chicken may be substituted for the beef but should be cooked slightly longer Peas,...
1 fully cooked rind on ham ⅓ cup Chelsea Maple flavoured Syrup cloves for decoration. Remove rind...
With pickled red onions and cheddar cheese. Made from leftover braised pork.
This just couldnt be easier just put it all in a casserole or the crockpot and let all those lovely...

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