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    I got this recipe out of the 1994 edition Great American Cookbook and have used it many times. My wife and I like it as well as the rest of the family if they happen to be around. It's very easy to make and smells wonderful while it cooks. I served this today with a baked white acorn squash and buttered brussel sprouts.

    Recipe #255046

    11 Reviews |  By DotM

    This recipe for pork roast is without a doubt the best tasting ,not to sweet not to spicy just yum, yum, I got it out of a Cosco flier

    Recipe #37723

    I have read the other schnitzel recipes listed but none of them are made exactly the same as the way I was taught by a German GuestHouse (like a inn in Germany)Owner when we lived there 1975-1978. All the tradition schnitzels I ate while there were made with either veal or pork. Many Americans make it with Chicken Breasts. I make it most often that way as well since it is cheaper and tastes just as good. If using pork or veal cutlets use one in place of each chicken breast mentioned below.

    Recipe #89054

    As a Washington State transplant, I have wowed a lot of Texans with my pulled pork. It is a basic slow cooker method, but it tastes like it has been slow smoke'n in a pit for days. Top it with some slaw on a bun and you have got yourself some mighty fine BBQ. If you're not a fan of sweet honey BBQ sauce, go ahead and cut back the honey and brown sugar. I changed the amounts after reading my first review, as this was first posted straight from my head and confirms my faulty memory. But I like it a little sweeter to counter the heat from the chipotle.

    Recipe #209351

    The anticipation was extreme, and I could hardly contain myself with excitement. On a Wednesday night mid February 1965, I was asked to come and help my mother; who at the time was the head of the church kitchen, manning the large plates of food rolled out to the monthly meeting of the "All Saints Men's Club". I was 9 years old, and to accompany my mother and be a helper at this important dinner was beyond part of my wildest dreams. These beautifully stuffed, double thick pork chops were so tender and juicy, coupled with the basic, but delicious aroma and spices of the stuffing; most of the "men" would ask to have two. My mother had planned for 50 men, so there were no coming back for seconds, but this recipe stayed at the pinnacle of the "Men's Club" menu for most of my adolescence, preparing this dish year after year. This is not a fancy dish; but it does fill up all empty spots in your stomach and is really perfect made for a few or a crowd. Very easy to put together and can be easily halved or doubled twice. When preparing this for my family now, we just split a chop and enjoy with a vegetable. Go ahead, stuff em' and eat them....and you don't even have to attend the "Men's Club".

    Recipe #291217

    64 Reviews |  By ATM 67

    My sister learned the basic flour mix from her former mother-in-law, who grew up in Carruthersville, Missouri. My sister kept hearing Emeril say how well garlic went with pork, so she added it to her seasoning mix. My dad still swears that my maternal grandmother (his former mother-in-law) made the best fried chicken ever. Born in 1919, she was the eldest daughter, and second of ten children, raised on a farm outside the town of Black Oak, Arkansas. Even after my parents divorced, Dad was occasionally invited to eat Grandmommy's fried chicken. He always relished those meals, and still talks about them today. My grandmother never told anyone, except my grandfather, her secret to breading her chicken, but she did tell my sister her trick to frying it. My sister has incorporated that method into her pork chop recipe.

    Recipe #128503

    I have been working on this recipe for a number of years now and it does tend to change now and then. I promise you that any changes I make to it only makes it better. Try it over bean and beef or breakfast burritos, chimichangas or just eat it as a stew with warm tortillas. I make a huge pot of this so I can freeze some for later. Can be transfered to the crock pot for all day simmering on low. Adjust chilies, jalapeños and spices, tasting as you cook. I have never measured before when making this so please let me know if something doesn't work. Take liberties with this recipe to suit your own tastes. I won't mind in the least. It is what I would do if this recipe was posted by you. Pork can be left out for our vegetarian friends. 2/21/13..I am raising 3 young grandsons (1-5) now and find time to be a premium commodity. Being a purist is not affordable at the moment. Try a large can of green enchilada sauce instead of tomatillos if you find yourself short of time and energy.

    Recipe #20574

    32 Reviews |  By PaulaG

    Memphis, TN is famous for Elvis Presley, Graceland and fantastic barbecue. This is my version of those famous ribs.

    Recipe #98940

    From a newspaper clipping (Chicago Tribune 1972) found in my Great Aunt's recipe collection.

    Recipe #97527

    I am always looking for new and delicious ways to prepare pork chops. These are delicious, easy to put together and use things that are in most people's pantries. A real family pleaser. Serve with rice pilaf and a green vegetable.

    Recipe #141789

    My favorite sticky, ooey, falling apart spareribs, also included is a recipe for my famous homemade sauce!

    Recipe #83678

    Very tender meat. Lots of flavour. Good with rice.

    Recipe #66763

    3 Reviews |  By Rita~

    Posted for Mary the Disturbed Stick Woman

    Recipe #129116

    45 Reviews |  By Derf

    So good broiled, wonderful luncheon or dinner with a Greek salad and rice pilaf. adapted from Canadian Living mag. (cook time includes 10 minutes marinating time) The photo shows them in a pita, have tried them both ways in and on, equally good either way, also so good just over rice, preferable brown rice.

    Recipe #39526

    3 Reviews |  By Bergy

    This recipe was originally in the Gilroy Garlic recipe cookbook and I have changed a few things around added a little here and there. I haven't posted it until now because it is one of my favorites and you don't give out all your favorite recipes at once.

    Recipe #31626

    19 Reviews |  By Fluffy

    A simple recipe for a quick dinner. You can use sweet or hot sausage.

    Recipe #54611

    I think this recipe is an absolute gem. Really, in all my years of cooking, I don't think I have ever made chops as delectable as these! Crispy-crunchy on the outside, meltingly tender and moist on the inside. The key, I think, is the salty milk marinade/brine, and making sure not to overcook them. Thanks to Gourmet Magazine for this one.

    Recipe #73062

    This rich stew uses typical Portuguese seasonings and ingredients such as dry wine (vinho seco), paprika, and lemon. The meat is oh-so-tender, and the dish is very no-fuss. Serve with rice and/or lots of traditional Portuguese cornmeal bread.

    Recipe #116382

    Adapted from Better Homes & Gardens "Simply Perfect Hot & Spicy 1998."

    Recipe #110917

    23 Reviews |  By WJKing

    Now THIS is Lancaster County cooking! This is an Amish/Mennonite specialty dish! You will NOT be disappointed! Of course in our area, many of the markets and butcher/meat shops, sell ham loaf meat (already ground and mixed) but I've simplified this by making it possible for all of you outside of the area to create your own! This is SO delicious! ENJOY!

    Recipe #47850

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