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    Sunday Dinners

    Favorite low & slow comfort food and recipes that require a bit more time and effort.
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    I adopted this recipe from Recipezaar. I am German and usually like that kind of German Apple Cake, so I thought I'd give this recipe a home. I have not yet made it to see if it needs updating, but will try some time soon. If you make this before me please let me know what you think!

    Recipe #6469

    Searching for that "Grandma's house smells so good" pot roast dinner? Got it right here! Have perfected it, and MAN! (Actually worked on this recipe for several years now, don't be fooled by the mustard and horseradish, the flavors mellow as it cooks, and tastes like you literally stepped back in hope you try this, it's wonderful, and a keeper...:)

    Recipe #51501

    A rather unusual Moroccan Chicken Pie that is both savoury and sweet. Traditionally, it uses pigeon or capon, but chicken is a good, and more readily available substitute. This is really good, so roll up your sleeves and give it a go!

    Recipe #62205

    This roasted lamb is easy to prepare and its succulent flavor means it needs no heavy sauces or condiments. Perfect for your Passover or Easter dinner table, with a simple arrangement of spring vegetables. Prep time does not include chilling time.

    Recipe #158888

    7 Reviews |  By Bergy

    This recipe was originally named "Uncle Dick's Chicken". Don't let the simplicity of this recipe fool you it is simply delicious, moist, tender and you will swear there is some secret ingredient in it. Try it I know you will love it! Serve over rice or noodles with the milk gravy over top.

    Recipe #38220

    This recipe is froma local Junior Forum cookbook called "Buffet on the Bayou". I like it because you make it the day ahead and just pop it in the oven the day you want to serve it. Very easy to make.

    Recipe #156538

    This recipe won a blue ribbon at the State Fair of Texas a couple of years ago. It is absolutely wonderful and quite easy to prepare and even easier to eat. Chef: Ronda Porter - State Fair of Texas Blue Ribbon Winner

    Recipe #156578

    Simple to make sauce really makes this good.

    Recipe #43901

    This looks good. Found this in Canadian Living. Posted for Canada part of Zaar tour.

    Recipe #137101

    A combination of recipes from, cliveb on, and

    Recipe #115292

    I'm not even sure where this recipe came from, it's been around so long. It sounds complicated, but it's really pretty simple, and goes together pretty quickly. And leftovers are great! If I'm making this for grownups, I add spinach, but if it's a family meal, I leave the spinach out. Sometimes, I will let the chicken marinate in white wine and thyme overnight before I begin.

    Recipe #113305

    This is another one of those no fail recipes. I've made this probably 30 times over the years for dinner parties and it always comes out perfect. A wonderful blend of flavors that really make this dish stand out.

    Recipe #147163

    1 Reviews |  By 4Susan

    This recipe both tenderizes and seasons the meat considerably. The steak is marinated overnight, uncooked, then quickly broiled. The rare, thinly sliced pieces are then marinated a second time, with olive oil, feta cheese, lemon juice, peppers and onions. Serve the savory slices of steak and vegetables on crusty rolls, with plenty of the feta marinade, or serve them as a salad, atop a bed of mixed greens. Prep time does not include marinating.

    Recipe #149015

    Those of you who know your Chef's, must be familiar with the fabulous Thomas Keller. Also, I am a BIG fan of high-heat cooking ( I have a great high heat turkey recipe posted here #145046) and that is how this is prepared. It is taken from his book, and his comments are in the directions. I was going to remove them, but then I decided it is part of the charm of this great chicken meal. This recipe is some work, but well worth the effort! Cooks Note: To truss chicken, place it on a tray with legs toward you. Tuck wing tips under bird. Cut piece of kitchen twine about 3 feet long and center it on top of neck end of breast. Lift neck end of bird and pull twine down around wings and under chicken, then bring ends up over breast toward you and knot twine, pulling it tight to plump breasts. Bring ends of twine around ends of drumstick and straight up. Tie as before to pull drumsticks together and form a compact bird. Tie again to secure knot.

    Recipe #149560

    Absolutely delicious meatloaf and sauce! Those who claim they don't believe there can be such a thing as a great meatloaf will love this. Based on a meatloaf given to me by a dear friend, Virginia Strehl, Memphis, and Leesburg, Fla. Nita Holleman, 2000

    Recipe #54257

    This makes a wonderful dinner with an Irish flair. I love cabbage with bacon so I can't resist this easy to put together but filling meal.

    Recipe #145917

    7 Reviews |  By Manami

    The chimichurri is served & sold at many of the restaurants all over in Miami. It is one of things that caught on - big time. I am one of those people who doesn't like basil so I leave it out of the recipe. Inactive prep time: 2 hours 35 minutes. This recipe courtesy of Emeril Lagasse, 2005. Update 06/26/10 . . . . use less oil - instead of 1 cup bring it down to 1/2 cup and then work from there.

    Recipe #145502

    This is the best ham ever. I'm not sure what the champagne does, but it sure does it well.

    Recipe #88357

    This was one of the winners of Emeril's "Cooking with Kids" contest, and we think it is wonderful. Recipe from Rita Mathesen, White Plains, NY Hope you enjoy it!! (Note -- Preparation time does not include one hour to marinate the chicken in the refrigerator.)

    Recipe #143682

    Beliefnet sends me a daily newsletter with a recipe. Honestly, sometimes the recipe isn't something that this Redneck would ever cook, but with the holidays coming up, this one is sounding good. And...a turkey breast is just enough for a single gal and maybe a couple of friends.

    Recipe #143845

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