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    14 Reviews |  By Rita~

    I used lean chops in effort to keep this low fat. I use a small amout of oil which I use for flavor. Served with brown rice and steamed broccoli. Pork is pretty bland tasting but in this recipe you'll find your taste buds quite happy.

    Recipe #102531

    11 Reviews |  By Rita~

    This is a quick and easy bunch dish. Since canadian bacon is cooked already it just has to be heated.

    Recipe #125208

    Recipe #180971

    Source: Gourmet Magazine, February 2008 issue

    Recipe #281473

    This has always been my favorite salad. It's kind of like eating seafood cocktail, but better with the creaminess of mayonnaise. I usually use canned seafood for this, well drained, but it's great with fresh if you have it. Great in the summer. Try it! Passive cook time is chill time.

    Recipe #165608

    Meatballs are roasted, then simmered in a rich barbeque sauce made with cola. These make a great potluck dish.

    Recipe #278657

    I just love Spiral Cut Ham. I got one on Sunday at a very good price. When I got home I looked on Zaar for a recipe but couldn't find what I wanted. This is a culmination of a recipe that was suggested and my own ideas. This recipe uses an Oven Cooking Bag. I don't know how the recipe will come out if you do not use one. My ham came out so good and moist. The Oven Cooking Bags help to seal in the juices from the ham and any other ingredients you add to it. It keeps the juices from evaporating and drying out in the pan. I also noticed that the ham didn't take as long to bake as I thought it would. You also don't have to turn your oven to a high temp...only 325°F. It kind of slow cooks the ham. Spiral Cut Hams are precooked so you basically just want to warm them up..get them hot.

    Recipe #108167

    These deviled eggs have horseradish sauce in them, hence the name. Horseradish sauce gives them a little bit of a zip. They are different than "plain" deviled eggs. Since the added pickle juice has salt in it, I did not add salt to this recipe. You can if you want to. Season according to taste. Prep time is approximate and includes refrigeration time. Cook time is for the time it takes to prepare the eggs for deviling and is approximate. Sometimes the cook time is hard to estimate when it goes through different stages, such as boiling and cooling. This recipe can be prepared ahead of time to get a better taste.

    Recipe #79560

    Betty was a friend of mine who was around my dads age and was like a mother to me. She used to tell me about this drink and what was in it but I never had them until now because I didn't have her exact recipe. Betty died of lung cancer last February, before I could get her recipe. I found the recipe on "The Food Network" web site and improvised it to suit my taste and named it after Betty. You can add more tequila if you want to. Warning: More than one might sneak up on you because you can't taste the tequila! :)

    Recipe #80994

    I love a good margarita and this one is quite tasty. A very relaxing drink. A bartender told me what the basic ingredients are in one. After a few tries I finally came up with the right amounts of the ingredients to suit my taste You can't taste the tequila in it, so be careful. A beer afterwards or a second margarita may make the drink sneak up on you, Hence the name. You may add more tequila for a stronger drink.

    Recipe #81401

    I wanted something different than the usual teriyaki sauce/marinades so I came up with this recipe. I have used it on both pork and chicken. Both came out really good. The longer the marinade sits in the refrigerator, the better it gets. I let mine sit in the refrigerator overnight before putting it on the meat and then let the meat marinade in it for several hours or overnight. The jerk sauce in the recipe gives the marinade a bite and enhances the teriyaki sauce. Cooking time is refrigeration time. I do not know how many pieces of meat or chicken the marinade with cover.

    Recipe #84658

    I derived this recipe from one I got here on 'Zaar (Cherry Gelatin Squares recipe #64331 submitted by Carolyn Young). I wanted to try it in a different way as well as make a smaller amount, using less gelatin. I used a whole can of Peach Pie Filling because I did not know what to do with the rest if I used half the can. I am sure it will be be just as good using a half can of the pie filling. Cook time is time it takes to set in the refrigerator. Time is approximate.

    Recipe #65946

    This is a salad with a "bite" to it. Arugula leaves have a slight sesame taste and also has a bite to them. They really make the salad taste good. Of course you may use any kind of lettuce or salad greens, but the Arugula leaves really make the difference in this salad. Prep time includes making the salad dressing and refrigerating it.

    Recipe #65160

    This is a sweet and delicious cake. The recipe was on the side of a cake mix box several years ago. I can't remember what it was called back then. Edited on July 6, 2004: From my own recent and personal experience, try to avoid using store/off brand canned pie filling. They tend to have more of the glaze rather than cherries. The cake won't have as many cherries in it as it would with Comstock or other name brand Pie Filling.

    Recipe #64056

    This is a recipe for tea to be made in a 3 quart Mr Coffee Iced Tea Pot. You could probably make it in a saucepan on top of the stove. You can make it as sweet and cinnamonny as you want to. It is very refreshing.

    Recipe #63665

    Recipe originally posted May 27. 2003. This has been well liked by anyone I have made it for. Even picky eaters have liked it. Kids have loved it too. You can use ground beef, ground turkey, ground chicken, Italian sausage or pork sausage. The sour cream and mayonnaise add a little bit of tartness and flavor to it. It is really good served with corn. It is really good the next day as leftovers or made the night before and refrigerated (before baking). It can easily be reheated in a microwave oven. You can also make it without baking it. Just put the cheese over the rice-meat mixture and heat in the skillet until it is hot and bubbly and cheese has melted. Edited July 30, 2009 I am allergic to pepper so I don't add it to my recipes. Use salt and pepper according to personal taste.

    Recipe #63127

    I came up with this recipe a few days ago when I wanted to make a shrimp salad that did not have pasta or salad greens in it. I added things as I went along. The olives add a unique taste to the salad. The recipe calls for pickle juice even though it does not contain any pickles. If you don't have pickle juice, just add more olive juice. This salad tastes better if it is refrigerated for several hours or overnight. Since both olive and pickle juices have a lot of salt in them, there is no salt listed in the ingredients list. This can be served as a meal or as an appetizer at a party. Cook time is refrigeration time and is the minimal time it should be refrigerated for best flavor.

    Recipe #96500

    The wild gals of Café Zmakk bring to you “Lip Zmakk'in Gypsy Gelato” - a delectable and creamy concoction of cream, amaretto, almonds, marzipan, amoreto biscotti all topped off with sumptuous red fruit! The ingredients represent our team PERFECTLY! French Tart feels flighty and flirty with a tipple of Amaretto, whilst Mom2Rose gets quite nutty when she eats almonds! Katew craves the deep and mysterious feel of marzipan topped with raunchy raspberries; however, AuntWoofieWoof likes to bathe in a bath of double cream with a few strawberries thrown in for good measure! Annisette favours vanilla, because she is pretty strong on her own but likes to enhance the flavours of others. Meanwhile, Chef Pot Pie thinks she should tell you, that she is JUST like an amaretto biscuit, as she’s sweet, a little crunchy, and GREAT with coffee! Zurie swings into action with her thin almond wafers – sophisticated and ready to SCOOP up any ice cream within 10 paces! Emily Elizabeth finishes off this delightful delectation with a spoon full of sugar. This creation is brought to you by special delivery. Are YOU wild enough to sample our Lip Zmakk'in Gypsy Gelato? You will need an ice cream maker for this.

    Recipe #307293

    I love Italian Sausage and I love Sauerkraut. I thought I would cook the two together and see how it would turn out. It was really good. Sauerkraut can tend to be a little "gassy" so I always put beer in it to neutralize the acidity in the sauerkraut. It seems to do the trick for me. Sometimes draining and rinsing the sauerkraut just isn't enough. Beer also gives the sauerkraut a good flavor. The pears give it a little bit of a sweetness. Cooking time is approximate since some people may want to cook it longer than the suggested 30 minutes. This can serve either 2 or 4 people depending on how many sausages and how much sauerkraut each person may want.

    Recipe #104613

    This is a recipe I came up with on "one of those days" when an exact recipe did not appeal to me. I used an ingredient from another recipe that I would not have thought about using had I not seen the recipe. I used boneless pork tenderloin cutlets to make these with. I am sure other types of pork will work just as well. If you have leftover flour mixture, you can use some of it to make gravy with. These are good served with mashed potatoes and gravy. Preparation and cooking times are approximate. Since submitting this recipe, I have also used lean, boneless pork ribs for this recipe. I just cut them into strips. My neighbors say they are "the bomb"! :) You can also use pork chop and not cut them into strips. Use them whole. It really makes the chops tender and flavorful.

    Recipe #90277

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