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    Meatloaf, Roasts, Lamb, etc
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    A wonderful appetizer - always highly requested at our parties! From a Betty Crocker Appetizer recipe book - January 2004. I use store-bought meatballs. Meatballs will hold on Low Heat setting for about 2 hours. Hint- Trader Joe's makes a great cranberry-orange sauce, but only at the holidays. To make this recipe at other times, I just create a sauce with canned cranberries and about a 1/4 cup OJ. Enjoy! We sure do!

    Recipe #200142

    1 Reviews |  By Debber

    A quilter's dream recipe! Get the meat started, then dash off to the sewing room to whip up a few quilt blocks. Soon the whole house is scented with an enticing aroma. So you have to come back and check the pot, mmm, now's time to add the veggies and fruits. Time enough to make a few handfuls of quilt blocks. Start the water for the egg noodles while making the gravy, and ahhh...look what happened while you were sewing! Supper's made!

    Recipe #191857

    Family recipe that goes way back. My mother said her uncle would always take a little of the meat and fry her a "hamburger" in the skillet as the rest were in the oven. It's a lot of work, but the results are way worth it. If you are going to make this, make a bunch and freeze it!!!! LOL

    Recipe #191817

    My son and I love to watch Paula Deen on the Food network. When I found one of her cookbooks, I had to buy it. This is one of her recipes. There have been no negative responses when I make this for my family or large group dinners. I have never been a big meatloaf fan, but this has so much flavor packed in it, it really is good.

    Recipe #191430

    1 Reviews |  By lazyme

    A delicious steak and sauce from Pol Martin, a famous Canadian chef. Rib-eye steaks may be substituted for the New Yorks.

    Recipe #191145

    This is a favourite in my family, very English (I know we are Kiwi, but we still love it)

    Recipe #187508

    A great recipe I got from Mom's Online. Good for your picky child!!! Serve with quesadillas and a veggie for a complete meal.

    Recipe #8728

    A Pot Roast with a little twist to correspond with the holiday.

    Recipe #191011

    I got this recipe from an elderly neighbor a few years ago and my son frequently requests it! The name, my neighbor said, came from the days of the Great Depression, when stretching everything was a must. It's quick, easy, cheap to make and very good, too! The mashed potatoes are a guess - fix what you need to feed your family!

    Recipe #190612

    This is always delicious, and so very simple!

    Recipe #190705

    Here is something I came up with after makeing a Apple butter that came out to sweet and didn't want to throw it away and this is what I came up with And it will be my standard meat ball recipe from now on I hope you try it

    Recipe #128769

    Cumin seasoned steak and bananas on the grill along with rice and black beans. Grill times are for a compression type indoor grill - like a George Foreman.

    Recipe #187257

    This recipe comes from a little pressure cooker cookbook by Joanna White. I love the idea of the cider and molasses! This recipe does have to marinate 24 hours. I recommend chuck roast over bottom round or rump roast which can be dry. If your p.c. didn't come with a trivet, improvise with a small steamer rack or other object that will raise the roast off of the bottom of the pot and not restrict steam flow. If a 6 lb roast is too much, you can 1/2 the recipe and adjust the cooking time. A 3 lb roast will cook in 35 - 45 minutes.

    Recipe #188532

    This is my husband's special dish he makes us for a treat. The flavours are lovely and he impressed me with it before we were married - I couldn't believe he'd cooked it! (I've since learned he is a good cook but keeps it quiet) He normally serves with some fresh steamed broccoli. As its so easy to make he passed the recipe onto a friend who wanted to impress his girlfriend but he didn't serve with any veggies and it does need something with it that's not baked - although she was impressed with the dish she told me. You can play around with the quantities to suit you as long as the basic ingredents are there. Enjoy!

    Recipe #187488

    I got this recipe from a mexican cookbook and I use it all the time. My boyfriend is a huge fan of this dish and wants me to make it every night!!

    Recipe #190467

    My husband overwhelmingly prefers my cooking to his Mother's, but this is one recipe I got from her that is still a big favorite for both him and our son. I adjusted the amounts a bit to make a bit more sauce, but it's basically her original recipe. It's on the sweet side, but you can adjust flavorings to suit your family's tastes. I sometimes add a bit of crushed red pepper to add some kick. Don't let the amount of ketchup scare you! It does not taste ketchupy - just rich and flavorful. The meatballs still taste good even if you want to stretch them by adding a bit more oats or bread. Note: In response to reviews, I have posted an alternative method of browning the meatballs in the oven.

    Recipe #187364

    I use fresh salsa for this dish if I'm in the mood to make it, otherwise I use Goya pico de gallo. Maque Choux (Recipe #188509) makes a great accompaniment.

    Recipe #190165

    2 Reviews |  By Mikekey

    This is an easy roast for a Sunday dinner. Plan on two chops per serving. Preparation time includes marinating time.

    Recipe #190807

    Another favourite Campbell's Soup recipe. For years, I thought this soup was no longer on the market and I was so sad because this is the best meat loaf I've ever tasted. Just for the heck of it, I recently asked my mom to look for it in the big city and guess what? It IS still available, just not out in the boonies where we live! I was so excited. You can bet this will be a regular in our home once again, now that I've seriously stocked up on Golden Mushroom Soup!!!! For a slightly different flavour, substitute 1/4 cup of the water for Burgundy or other dry red wine.

    Recipe #190653

    From Cooking Light. I love Newcastle on it's own, so this has got to be good. You could serve it over egg noodles instead of the mashed potatoes.

    Recipe #190537

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