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    This is best if cooked over a charcoal or a wood ember fire but if you’re using gas, you can put some wood chips in a foil pouch and put it over a corner of the burner and get at least some of the smokey flavor. The most important thing to remember is DON'T OVER COOK THE SHRIMP!!

    Recipe #166510

    1 Reviews |  By Lubie

    Great meal and easy to prepare!

    Recipe #63739

    This is my own recipe and never published before. I usually just dump everything in the pot without measuring it, but decided that if I wanted to post it, I had better measure so that others can at least have a starting point. Tweak it to your own tastes by adding either spicy or sweet Italian sausage. I like the bite of spicy. The spices listed here are approximate. Taste often and add more as needed. Just remember, that although you can add spices all day long, you can never remove them once they are in the sauce so add a little at a time, simmer a short time, taste and add more if desired. Make the recipe your own in the comfort of your kitchen by taking liberties with it. I won't mind in the least. It is what I would do if this recipe was posted by you. Note: The meatballs will feel dry due to the breadcrumbs while mixing. It will take some effort to mix, but do not add egg to the mix. Just keep squeezing the mixture through your fingers until all the cheese and bread crumbs are incorporated into the meat. You will not need the egg to bind them.

    Recipe #139956

    This is a similiar version of Chipotle's restaurant pork. I crave Chipotle's often and so I was glad to finally have a recipe I could create on my own. Note that the pork is supposed to come to room temp. before cooking. (2 hours) I would never do that. I am a freakezoid when it comes to raw meat, but you may be more savvy than I am, so that might work for you. Also, garnish ingredients are approximate. I found this on www.grillinchillin.com

    Recipe #108665

    This is a delicious way to cook pork. I got this recipe from my boyfriend who is from Puerto Rico. This also makes excellent, moist meat for Cuban sandwiches.

    Recipe #115565

    Red-cooking is a popular technique for slow-cooking meat, poultry, and even tofu in a soy-based liquid to give it a deep reddish brown color. Traditionally, the cooking liquid is reserved and used repeatedly, as its flavor intensifies with each use. The meat need not be browned, it gets plenty of color and flavor from the soy sauce. Use a good quality, naturally fermented soy sauce if you can find one. Serve with plain white rice. I got this recipe from The Joy of Cooking. It is sooooooo wonderful. This also works very well in the crock pot on low for 8 hours, or high for 3-4 hours.

    Recipe #115305

    This is my favorite way to cook a pork shoulder roast. Very tender and delicious! This recipe came from the "Paula Deen Cooking Show" (Food Network). I've changed the prep procedure to make it easier and reduced the sprinkled on salt mixture to 1/4 of the original amount called for in the print-out version of the recipe (Think it was posted wrong!) ENJOY!!!

    Recipe #79014

    10 Reviews |  By Delish

    This recipe is authentic Kansas City, Missouri barbeque. Trust me, they know barbeque. Try this recipe, is it absolutely amazing and you can't beat the outstanding flavor. You'll need to plan ahead. PLEASE TRY, you won't be dissapointed. The result is worth every bit of extra effort. I'd appreciate any feedback you have.

    Recipe #137274

    14 Reviews |  By cruzzo

    My version of a favorite restaurant dish. The sauce is very flexible--you can vary the amounts of garlic, wine and red pepper flakes to suit your tastes. This sauce has a great smoky, bacony flavor and makes a wonderful meal served with pasta, a salad and fresh, crusty bread.

    Recipe #39630

    From: Campbell's Kitchen Savory Italian sausage sautés with onion, carrot and garlic, then simmers with lentils, potatoes, broccoli rabe and herbs in a vegetable broth for a hearty supper.

    Recipe #156308

    My boss Judy gave me this recipe today, I prepared it tonight and WOW! It is perfect for a family like mine, who some like it reddish pink and others more well done. Best of all it is a no brainer!

    Recipe #152231

    Fantastic! This one does not contain any cream of ..soups or corn. Slices nicely. I doubled recipe#31811 by Kimke for the enchilada sauce

    Recipe #155803

    This is a family favorite. Very rich though. Not sure what the cornstarch does, but I always use it. I have also just made the sauce and served it over outdoor grilled steaks. Just as yummy.

    Recipe #71407

    2 Reviews |  By HEP MEP

    I made this this week and we all liked it. It's from The Big Book of Casseroles by Maryana Vollstedt. I substituted ground chicken for the beef,used linquini, and upped the herbs to a half teaspoon each.The pasta absorbs the sauce while baking so it is really tasty.

    Recipe #143229

    20 Reviews |  By Bergy

    A nice change, leaving out the lasagna. I like to add some sliced mushrooms and hot peppers. This is another dish that you can experiment with and make it to suit your own taste. Do ahead and pop it in the oven 1 hour or so before serving. With eggplants I find it depends on the age and size whether you peel it or not. I recommend that you peel them. I also substitute unpeeled Zucchini for the eggplant.

    Recipe #12792

    This meat comes out so tender and the basil makes the carrots and potatoes so sweet and delicious. All of the flavors meld together so well and it smells fabulous while cooking. This is an absolute Sunday Dinner family favorite.

    Recipe #26302

    The meat falls apart and melts in your mouth....veggies taste sweet as candy with the addition of sweet basil. A great Sunday dinner :)

    Recipe #28320

    Dinner on the table in less than 30 minutes!

    Recipe #149866

    This recipe says to make lasagna with dry noodles but I ALWAYS cook mine first in water until they are at least half way done. I have made a lasagna one time and did not cook the noodles first and the noodles were not done at the end. Just thought that I would warn you if you were not aware of what could happen.

    Recipe #74195

    This comes from a restaurant that was very popular in Tulsa. It has been decades and it is said that people still request this recipe. I got this recipe out of the Tulsa paper.

    Recipe #94185

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