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    I found this recipe in a Marsha Adams cookbook and adapted it to suit my family's taste. It is perfect cold-weather food. My husband loves to come home to the aroma of this stew cooking! Don't let the long list of ingredients fool you, it is really easy to throw together.

    Recipe #109725

    First prepare the Margarita and put in the refrigerator to keep cold, then work on the shrimp. The recipe works best if you sample the margarita as you prepare the spicy shrimp. Be sure to leave at least a 1/4 cup for the shrimp or you will have to make more margaritas. Depending on how much you have sampled you may want someone else to tend to the grill. And, as always, don't skimp on the quality of tequila. Oh, and the shrimp is phenomenal!

    Recipe #170437

    From "The Best of Cooking with 3 Ingredients" by Ruthie Wornall

    Recipe #428818

    7 Reviews |  By Tish

    An easy side dish for those once a month cookers out there who want to come home to a dinner already made and just waiting to be heated up!

    Recipe #30803

    1 Reviews |  By WiGal

    I make this ahead of time so I can check meat carefully and serve with mashed potatoes that I also make ahead.  The timing doesn't really fit for all day being gone. Eye of round is very lean meat so the gravy is important. If butcher has a better cut of meat like sirloin I buy that instead.

    Recipe #487358

    16 Reviews |  By Tara

    This was a favorite of mine growing up that my Mom used to make (likely still does). It is really good, a great tasing gravy type sauce, a whole meal in one and it tastes like you worked hard. Great meal for company when you dont want to spend the day in the kitchen. The meat can also be cup up, mixed with the veggies and made into a stew for freezing afterwards, good on bread too. I have done beef and pork roasts this way.

    Recipe #39785

    We always called this "Salisbury Steak", but it does not have tomatoes. Comfort food at it's best...

    Recipe #98844

    Shoulder or sirloin cuts work well. Think a pork cottage roll roast is same thing. The meat amount could be bigger, but that kettle, meat, and liquid are REALLY heavy--- and timing would need adjusting. I serve this with mashed potatoes and steamed vegetables. Remember to leave room for dessert! Pie is always nice. :) Recently made this with a pork sirloin roast with bone in a 5 pounder (great buy too)-came out moist and sliceable.

    Recipe #423489

    My boyfriend's aunt Adeline adapted this recipe from one of her cookbooks.

    Recipe #270506

    Excellent tangy sauce and a great way to use up those fall green tomatoes. You can add cooked chicken into the sauce to make it heartier if you like.

    Recipe #394031

    14 Reviews |  By yooper

    The fresh herbs and spice paste form a wonderful crispy "crust" on this roast, while the interior remains meltingly tender. An added bonus...the fresh herbs smell wonderful during the slow roasting process!

    Recipe #54379

    Another great Southern Living recipe that made it into the Five-Star Cookbook. Easy and delicious.

    Recipe #210511


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