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    Another recipe posting for safe keeping that I found in TOH magazine. This is a very economical and filling dish. Can also make it lighter by subbing light cream cheese, sour cream and cottage cheese.

    Recipe #436343

    Carl's Jr Western Bacon Cheese Burger and a double

    Recipe #346296

    Cooking for one is often an adventure. Either you make the full recipe and eat the same dish for days, or you end up making sandwiches and eat them standing over the sink. :( Freezing leftovers would seem to be the obvious answer, but sometimes one needs an old-fashioned comfort food meal that doesn't need to be defrosted! This recipe serves 2, or serves 1 with planned-overs for the next day's lunch.

    Recipe #399269

    I found the basic recipe in the 2007 Taste of Home Annual Recipes. It was sent in to them by Toni Martin of Byron Center, Michigan.But I added alot of different things, also changed the way that it was prepared and cooked. Submitted to " ZAAR " on October 21, 2009.

    Recipe #395882

    www.TopSecretRecipes.com Made since 1961 at Hardee's Restaurant's in Greenville North Carolina.

    Recipe #343514

    Have you ever wondered...How do I get those perfect diamond grill marks on my steak, slightly crispy texture on the outside, and pink and juicy on the inside. Well it's simple. Salt and Rest. Bring the steaks to room temperature (about 20 to 30 minutes). If you put the steaks on the grill while they are cold they will cool the grill down quickly and you won't get a good sear... and that means no good grill marks. Don't salt the meat while it is cold or the salt will absorb the moisture from the meat and cause it to steam rather than sear on the grill. So after the meat has reached room temperature, then salt and pepper it and let it rest an additional 5 minutes at least. After grilling the steaks to your liking let them rest again for 5 minutes or so. If done right you will be a hit at the dinner table. Happy Cooking.

    Recipe #385111

    25 Reviews |  By Jill77

    Perfect for slow cooker. Start in the morning and when you get home from work, dinner is waiting for you.

    Recipe #37242

    22 Reviews |  By anme

    If you are from the Rochester area that phrase would make your mouth water. This is any drunk college kids best friend. It is a mixture of meat, carbs, and more carbs piled onto a foam container found in Nick Tahou's and "hots" food joints all over the Rochester area. For about 6 bucks (including tip) you get this plate plus a soda, not too shabby. They have a veggie version, fish, and my favorite--the white hot version. When I left the Rochester to go to school the first thing I would do when I came home was got to a "hots" and order a garbage plate. Also dont expect to finish this unless you are drunk. For more info on this delicious dish go to wikipedia.org and search garbage plate. (I put the direct link on here before but it messed up the rest of the recipe for some reason, so youre gonna have to do it the hard way lol) Also times are approx. if you make your own sauce or not. Also to speed things up I use Recipe #226112 for the potatoes. This recipe is scaled to one, but it can really feed at least four people.... but whats the fun in sharing a garbage plate??

    Recipe #224374

    Recipe #264869

    We made this the other night and loved it! I think next time we'll double the sauce...it's SO good...

    Recipe #834

    This is a simple recipe that my family loves.My husband especially loves this because they come apart with just a fork! My kids love them because they're tasty and easy to eat!

    Recipe #379707

    Yummy and easy! Prep time includes minimum marinating.

    Recipe #370774

    This is the classic Steak Diane my husband makes when he wants to prepare something special for us; This is a perfect meal; Serve with french fries and sauteed mushrooms.

    Recipe #310889

    My husband and I usually eat this over egg noodles or pearl barley. This is great comfort food but I'm curious to see how many calories are in this dish!

    Recipe #354233

    This is similar to Hamburger Stroganoff. I was at the grocery store yesterday and was going through their 3 marked down items carts. I found some cans of "Campbell's Beefy Mushroom Soup" in one of them. I have never seen that kind of soup before. I grabbed a couple of cans of it, figuring that I could come up with a recipe to use one of them them in. Even though there is some beef in the soup, I still used it with hamburger. This is very easy to make. It's more like a Stroganoff without added mushrooms. I am allergic to black pepper, so I don't add it to my recipes. Use however much you want to. You can use more onion and garlic if you want to. Prep time and cook time are appx.

    Recipe #253447

    Use your own frozen meatballs or there are some nice ones in the super market. Canned whole tomatoes could also be used, but this recipe was my way of using up a garden tomato that was slightly past it's slicing prime. The alcohol in the wine brings out hidden flavors in the tomato, but you can leave that out if you wish. Cooking is a Creative Sport.

    Recipe #246913

    Craving a thick, juicy steak? Look no further than this recipe -- you won't be sorry. The rub imparts sweetness, but its higher purpose is to create a carmelized, peppery crust.

    Recipe #354853

    I found this recipe in the "Eating For 2" recipe magazine. I've made this recipe a few times, and both my husband and I like it. I always make a double batch and freeze half for another meal.

    Recipe #248784

    65 Reviews |  By yooper

    From the famed Lobel Brothers Butchershop in New York. Not really a recipe, but a guide to grilling or broiling a perfect steak!

    Recipe #43779

    All the yummyness of shepherds pie, but for one person! You will need an oven safe bowl for this recipe.

    Recipe #349963

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