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    Over the year's people have called me Simpy, hence the recipe name. About 10 years ago, I have never heard of Carnitas, I had it one time in a restaurant and wanted to make it all the time. I found out how easy it was and just put my own twist on it. This is a very easy dish to make and very delicious.

    Recipe #202935

    This is one for those of us that like things quick and EZ, but yet not sacrificing taste...I remember coming up with this recipe years ago, and then tucking it away in a "safe spot". I recently found it again and do remember that it was very good(or else I would not have written down the recipe) I hope someone gives it a try.... (all amounts are approximate as I was just fooling around in the kitchen that day)

    Recipe #206659

    1 Reviews |  By Denise!

    I watched Rachel Ray make this on "30 Minute Meals" the other day while home sick with a cold. This looks super easy to make and as close to the original as you can get in 30 minutes! This would be a perfect meal for Monday Night Football!

    Recipe #44423

    This recipe is from Cooking Light magazine. I had some pork chops I wanted to make for supper, and found this recipe to be good because I had all of the ingredients already. Really good flavor, great with a side of mashed potatoes topped with the gravy.

    Recipe #206644

    2001 Best Recipe from the San Francisco Chronicle. Serve with avocadao slices, sour cream, and limes and of course margaritas! Recipe courtesy Tara Duggan

    Recipe #189350

    Good and relatively easy recipe for Jambalaya. I like this really spicy but you can cut down. You can do it with only sausage or only shrimp or both.

    Recipe #187232

    Watched Emeril make this last night on Emeril Live. It looks absolutely delicious and I can't wait to try it.

    Recipe #182288

    This was my favorite dish when I was a kid. I also made it often when we were first married, and my husband still requests it! It's great with chicken breast, too. Just cut the baking time to 30 minutes. Serve with rice. UPDATE: I'm editing the amount of water in this recipe to 1/4 cup. If you're NOT using very lean chops, you can omit it all together.

    Recipe #162501

    Plan ahead the pork needs to marinade for a minimum of 12 hours. Use this marinade for 2 pork tenderloins or 6-8 pork chops. You can reduce the bourbon to 1/3 cup but 1/2 cup is better!

    Recipe #171002

    A lovely Cooking Light recipe.

    Recipe #174864

    104 Reviews |  By Tebo

    Easy, simple and fast. Scalloped potatoes go very well with these chops.

    Recipe #12134

    An easy breakfast dish using Spam and Eggs when you don't want to tend the stove.

    Recipe #37837

    I learned this on a Japanese show where they investigated why regular housewives' gyoza was so yucko compared to professional masters' gyozas. Let me share the secret with you....:D

    Recipe #171506

    A simple take on the tasty mexican pork dish.

    Recipe #172794

    Another recipe from my Clip and Save binder that's at least 30 years old. It's handwritten, so I must have copied it from a magazine.Anyway, it's good comfort food, kid friendly, that you can "tweak" to your family's likings! You can also use regular "original style" bulk pork sausage and throw in whatever your family likes on pizzas...sliced black olives, mushrooms, diced pepperoni...you get the idea!

    Recipe #171723

    I got tired of the "same ole' country fried steak, and was looking through a TOH "country cooking" and found one that was contributed by Toni Holcomb. I changed a few things and here are the results. Feel free to adjust the seasonings to your own tastes. I served this with mashed potatoes and green beans. The nutrition amounts include the total amounts of flour and milk mixture--you might not use all of the flour mixture to bread the meat and you might not use all the gravy. Submitted on June 1st, 2006.

    Recipe #171087

    A delicious Caribbean sauce with mouthwatering ribs from the Royal Caribbean magazine.

    Recipe #171592

    Everybody will love Doris' lasagna recipe. Actress Doris Roberts, whose 73 years have been filled with exotic travel and exciting jobs, may have little in common with smothering mother Marie Barone, the character she plays on "Everybody Loves Raymond". But they both know the restorative value of comfort food like lasagna. This recipe (and staging directions) are from Roberts' autobiography, "Are You Hungry, Dear?" The recipe call for her Doris Roberts' Meatballs and her Doris' Roberts Meat Sauce. These are also posted on this site. This was in our local paper. This recipe is best served with passive-aggressive questioning and subtle innuendo!

    Recipe #168467

    26 Reviews |  By Saturn

    This is, hands-down, my favourite dish in my whole life! I can't pin point why, it just is. I used to love watching Mom prepare the dough. She can really work wonders with yeast dough. I eat mine with ketchup on top. This could easily be altered to fit into any ones tastes: Use your favourite sausages, add spices to the meat, add spices to the dough, sprinkle spices on top of the dough... endless opportunities! **Plan ahead, the sausage needs to cool. Chilling time for the sausage is not included.

    Recipe #170365

    My DH loves those frozen Tony's Pizza Rolls....I'll eat them too, but....what exactly is in them?? We probably don't want to even know! These are MUCH better and at least we know what we're eating!! Buy extra sauce for dipping if you'd like, but they really don't need it. Also, add/omit any ingredients you like or don't like. Make them to your own taste of course. This is what we like in them.

    Recipe #115026

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