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11 Reviews |  By Manda

I found this recipe in our local newspaper, and tweaked it just a bit to fit my tastes. It is a fantastic, easy, no-sweat dish to make in the summer because it doesn't require heating the oven up. We ate it over cooked egg noodles, with a side of cooked broccoli, and a salad. The sauce is just divine!! The leftovers are also good cold for a quick lunch. Yummy!!:)

Recipe #32837

Posted for a request....this is from Famous Dave's Backroads and Sidestreets Barbecue Cookbook.

Recipe #99872

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

This is the easiest recipe ever. you will have people raving over this recipe. a definite crowd pleaser. i will never make this roast any other way. the chicken broth tenderizes the pork like you would never believe and adds so much flavor to the pork. this also makes the best dipping sauce ever. this is a perfect recipe because you can just throw it in the crock pot and sleep for 8-10 hours or you can prepare it the night before and turn the crock pot on as you are walking out the door to start your busy day.

Recipe #103064

This is sooo good... pork and onions simmered with coconut milk, soy sauce, cumin, coriander and ginger, sweetened with a little molasses and spiked with chili sauce... The pork can marinate for up to about a day and a half; then simmer away and dish up on a bed of rice.

Recipe #114233

These tasty little morsels are so easy and versatile. I serve them as an appetizer or after school snack, but especially as a school lunch. I just make them ahead, freeze them and pop them into my daughter's lunch box frozen, and by the time she is ready to eat lunch they are all thawed out. There are never any left over! Hope you enjoy!

Recipe #136550

1 Reviews |  By ATM 67

When my dad threw this dish together, he was living from paycheck to paycheck, and we were a day or two away from the next paycheck. He looked at what he had on hand, and this is the result. *The better you drain your sausage, the drier the dish will be. I prepare it very dry.

Recipe #128352

I am NOT a big pork fan, but I do like pork tenderloin - it's "the other white meat" very low in fat content (hate fatty meats!) The rosemary makes this absolutely heavenly. Got it out of my old Good Housekeeping cookbook. (my newlywed bible)I like to make my twice-baked potatoes with this,and some broccoli or asparagus(when it's cheap)

Recipe #49465

My Mom used to make this for us, after she was just a little too old to stand in the kitchen for too long...It was one of her favorites that was easy to make, yet tasted like good old-fashioned comfort food...Sure do miss my Mom!!!

Recipe #125487

70 Reviews |  By Dug

A simple, no hassle, no mess and delicious method for "falling off the bone" pork ribs.

Recipe #105102

1 Reviews |  By Molly53

From the Phoenix Arizona newspaper courtesy of Chef Marc Janiec of Z'Tejas Grill

Recipe #111295

This recipe is from my sister-in-law who is a fabulous Mexican cook. Don't let the number of ingredient and directions fool you - this is simple and fabulous. It takes all day to cook (in the oven by 7:30 a.m.), but you can leave it and come back hours later. It's perfect for a large get together on a budget. Serve with tortillas, salsa, cheese, guacamole, sour cream, rice and beans. I have posted a great Spanish rice recipe as well - "Easy Spanish rice" - also my sister-in-laws.

Recipe #437782

I wanted to come up with a version of Chile Verde that was perfect for my family and after trying several recipes I came up with this one that we all love. I like to serve this over Chef #230609 's Recipe #147335 with flour tortillas from my little neighborhood store called Tortillas de las Americanas.

Recipe #439034

No need to roast your own chiles with this super easy method, but you can kick it up a notch by doing so. I make a large batch for my best burritos, then freeze the rest in plastic containers.

Recipe #441401

I love the Kentucky Kernel Seasoned Flour! It goes excellent for chicken but can be used to make gravy, cream soups, sauces and the list goes on.

Recipe #445890

Here in South Louisiana, we "smother" just about everything. No, we don't put a blanket or something over our food to "smother" it! We just keep the cover of the pot almost all the way on. It's best cooked in a heavy, seasoned cast iron dutch oven, which is a must have, in my opinion. The meat is cooked in a natural gravy. I personally like my food on the spicy side. It's "fall off the bone" tender! So, put a pot of rice on! :)

Recipe #448852

Can also be made with chicken or veal.

Recipe #461634

This classic recipe represents pulled pork Western North Carolina style. Central and Eastern North Carolina style pork uses all of the pig which gets chopped together and served. This recipe requires a smoker and an overnight brine period. It is recommended that you pare this BBQ with the AKC Lexington Style BBQ Sauce - #465978.

Recipe #465993

This recipe was given to me by a co-worker. She made them for all of us one morning at work and they were wonderful! Wanted to post this so I won't lose itl

Recipe #472217

From The Chew. Michael made his own tomato/pizza sauce. I also posted this recipe. Prep time does not include rest/rise time. Posting for safe keeping.

Recipe #472582

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