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    10 Reviews |  By KPD

    This in one of my favorite dishes to make. It's fun, flavorful, and is on the table in less than 30 minutes. This is an easy way to get DH to eat cabbage! I serve the whole dish under a bed of brown rice. I also make mine much hotter by adding serrano peppers! I did not include marinating time. I hope you enjoy!

    Recipe #193884

    These are really close to the real thing. My family was in heaven! They're great for dinner, football parties, or kid's birthday parties. I'm not real fond of White Castle myself but I gobbled these up. Note: To freeze: Assemble hamburgers less the condiments. Flash freeze, wrap in plastic wrap, put in a ziplock bag and label. To heat: Microwave until heated through.

    Recipe #109264

    11 Reviews |  By Mercy

    This recipe was originally adapted from the good ol' Better Homes and Gardens plaid cookbook. I changed it around a little because I don't really like using fillers like cracker crumbs or breadcrumbs. I tend to think of the crumbs as being evil, little, thirsty sponges absorbing all of the fats and grease that would, otherwise, drain out. I confess that I have used TVP (texturized vegetable protein) as an extender when I just didn't have enough ground meat. Grated carrots, mushrooms, zucchini and/or other vegetables can be added in the uncooked mix to lighten up the density. By the way, the leftovers make an unbeatable sandwich! My husband likes to doctor his meatloaf sandwiches up with mayonnaise, ketchup and hot sauce.

    Recipe #91464

    Recipe #190007

    This is an actual grand prize chili recipe and it comes from the "Texas bragging rights" recipe book.

    Recipe #43537

    The easy way to cook your St. Patrick's Day dinner.

    Recipe #21111

    I take this to a lot of pot-lucks. It is always one of the first things gone! The kids love this!

    Recipe #31324

    This is my favorite spaghetti sauce recipe. It comes from a freezer cookbook called Once a Month Cooking. This makes alot so plan on freezing about half of the recipe. You can use this sauce on spaghetti, manicotti, veal (or chicken) scallopini, or French bread pizza

    Recipe #52630

    a family favorite of my mothers

    Recipe #109653

    Having grown up with these, I didn't realize that most folks have never heard of a wet burrito. It is a meat and bean (or all meat or all bean) burrito with a spicy gravy and cheese on top. They are available here in many restaurants, and no self respecting bar would be without one on the menu, lol! Once you try them, you'll never go back to "dry" burritos again! Don't let the long list of directions scare you, these are easy!

    Recipe #33665

    5 Reviews |  By Sue Lau

    A recipe from Katsuyo Kobayashi and her book "Quick and Easy Japanese Cookbook". She defeated Iron Chef Chen Kenichi on the popular Food Network t.v. show "Iron Chef". Kobayashi-san claims she can make anyone into an Iron Chef! :)

    Recipe #29000

    This is a great dry rub. My friend Barb gave it to me.

    Recipe #10840

    This marinade originated in Korea. It is sweet and salty. Very satisfying and even the most anti-Asian food people will eat it if you call it something like 'hot jerky' or what ever.

    Recipe #17381

    5 Reviews |  By yooper

    These are Oprah's favorite ribs. No stiky sweet sauce here! The ribs are marinated in a dry rub of spices and garlic and jalapeno peppers for 2 days (hence the 2 day Prep time) and slow roasted in a low oven for 8 hours.

    Recipe #54900

    I got this recipe off a jar of Bengal Chutney in the Far Eastern section of the grocery store. It's a little pricey, but it's so nice to treat yourself now and again with anything made with Bengal Chutney!

    Recipe #147973

    Every year in my area there is a city wide chili cookoff. My group has won 3 years in a row. This is my recipe (although I have scaled it down, we usually buy 30 lbs hamburger). It is hearty and easy, even my kids will eat it. I add fresh mushrooms to mine at home and add a bit more spice. If you can don't skimp on the ground sirloin, it is so much better than the cheaper stuff.

    Recipe #144954

    Amazing flavor, and so simple! No salt needed here. In fact, you may wish to use half the ranch dressing mix to cut back on the saltiness. Found this Crock-Pot pot roast recipe on of a website called www.recipegoldmine.com. It's all the rage there, so I thought I'd try it.

    Recipe #27208

    38 Reviews |  By Dib's

    AWSOME Burgers if I do say so myself!

    Recipe #10443

    My mom used to do this Meat Loaf. It is SO GOOD! I always get rave reviews when I make it for guests. My daughter doesn't usually like Meat Loaf but let me tell you that when i make this one, she does not complain!

    Recipe #143386

    4 Reviews |  By nuwa

    The full name for this is 'niku-dango no amakara-ni'. This appetiser/side dish is very simple to make. The presentation is lovely since the sauce acts also as a glaze...and its sweet coating makes these meatballs a kid-pleaser too! For fans of Asian street food these meatballs can be presented 'yakitori-style' by putting them on wooden skewers, with 4-5 balls on each skewer.

    Recipe #149716

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