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    This recipe is another of our favorites. The recipe is from USA Rice Council.

    Recipe #410046

    This a great recipe the entire family will enjoy. My family serves it with rice.

    Recipe #409305

    My mom gave me the recipe for this pot roast, which I loved growing up. Tonight I made it for my husband, and he says it's his favorite thing that I've ever made for him.

    Recipe #409318

    A simple but tasty recipe. The sauce is alittle spicy and thickens as it bakes. A sure crowd pleaser.

    Recipe #406708

    This recipe is quick enough to make on a weeknight, and yummy enough for company! The crushed black peppercorns are key....do not grind them into a fine mix. Take the peppercorns and put them into a non-breakable flat pan (like a metal pie pan), cover with a dish cloth or napkin, and pound them with a wooden or rubber mallet so that they are crushed or cracked, not ground. Yummy, yummy!

    Recipe #405749

    A savory pork roast that fills the entire home with an appetizing aroma. This dish is perfect for holidays, special dinners, and is so simple to make it can be served on any day for any occasion! The roast is not only pleasing to the taste, but it's appearance is sure to impress any guest. This dish does take a bit to cook, but the end result of slowly roasting the pork will be worth the wait!

    Recipe #404240

    132 Reviews |  By Bev

    This is our favorite meatloaf recipe. It's easy to make, moist and delicious!

    Recipe #17394

    Classic Steak DIane

    Recipe #403661

    From A Love Affair with Southern Cooking

    Recipe #401041

    One of my favorite recipes! The meat is always so tender!

    Recipe #399519

    My husband, the true carnivore, loves this meatloaf. The kids love it - minus the onions. I got this recipe from Betty Crocker's American Country Cooking which I modified a little.

    Recipe #399282

    A good friend gave me this recipe to make for a dinner party. Everyone loved it & had to have the recipe.

    Recipe #292460

    9 Reviews |  By ninja

    A very nice combination of flavors for a quintessential Asian tasting. Most people know Hoisin is a thick, sweet, mildly spicy sauce widely used in Chinese cuisine. And I wouldn't forego the chili garlic paste if you want some heat in the dish. Good served with snow peas, another of my favorites.

    Recipe #313039

    I love Chinese food and my crock pot, oh yeah, and pork chops, so this is what I came up with. It is sweet though, so if you don't really like that you can try cutting some of the brown sugar of course, but I'm sure that this will effect the glaze if you take out too much. Think of the sweetness of Chinese orange sauce, like on orange chicken only on tender, slow cooked pork chops. I know it sounds like a little bit of work at the end but it's really not. Don't worry about putting the chops back in at the end if you don't want to, you could just put foil over your platter. I served mine on a bed of mashed sweet potatoes and parsnips (just boiled and mashed, but you could try puree) and a side of green beans. The colors of the mash and chops were great and I really feel like the sweetness of both were really good together. You may want to do 1/3 regular potato, 1/3 sweet potato (or yams), and 1/3 parsnips if you don't want it to be too sweet. I also think that this would be great on a pork loin too, shredded up with the glaze for like a sweet pulled pork sandwich, or maybe chunk up the chops with the glaze in a vegetable stir fry : )

    Recipe #395156

    The title of the recipe says it all. I've made this many times for both friends and family and everyone that's tasted it has loved it. You need to use 1" or thicker boneless loin chops. I sometimes double the sauce because its so delicious. I wish I could take credit for this recipe, but its from my favorite cookbook, that will remain nameless since my dog ate the cover and I can't remember the title.

    Recipe #393794

    Very easy to make and simmered until it melts in your mouth. The gravy is delicious and goes well with potatoes, noodles or rice. This could also be eaten on a toasted bun, topped with the onions and some of the thickened sauce.

    Recipe #392591

    I believe these pork skewers are as close as you'll get to the real Greek style Pork Souvlaki. My family just loves them. It will work just as good with chicken. If you do not have the time to marinate overnight, you can let them sit in the refrigerator for about 2 to 3 hours and it will be just as good.

    Recipe #391849

    I got this recipe from the Naomi Judd website and my family LOVES it!!! Here is her intro to the dish... "There's one in every family. One of the essentials for any well-fed family is a good meatloaf recipe. When my Mom cooked on a riverboat, once the crew had tasted her version, it became a standard. Steve Hemplepp, a friend of my brother Mark, would cut Mom's yard in exchange for a piece of this meatloaf. Neighbor ladies paid her in chickens for birthing their babies, and... But seriously now, next time you drive by Mom's house, check out who's behind that push-mower. It could be the singer Meatloaf himself. (Slices of this meatloaf cold make wonderful sandwiches.)-Naomi Judd" This recipe is one of Naomi's many "favorite recipes" from her cookbook titled, "Naomi's Home Companion."

    Recipe #392031

    Fool proof recipe and one of hubby's favorites! Would probably be good with chicken cutlets too.

    Recipe #190535

    I found this on the web years ago, but unfortunately, I don't remember where. This has a ketchup glaze, but if you reduce the amount of ketchup and increase the brown mustard (which is what I do) you can't tell. This is excellent, and really doesn't have a lot of filler. I also increase the cheese. Sometimes I make this in my muffin tins. I generally serve this with mashed potatoes and dinner rolls, and my two picky sons both like it.

    Recipe #101692

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