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    17 Reviews |  By Mom67

    You will NOT believe how good these pork chops are, after seeing how EASY they are to make. These are so simple, yet worthy of serving to company. I get rave reviews every time I serve them and I'm always asked for the recipe, yet almost embarrased to give it! The trick is to cook slowly with enough heat, but not so much that the chops are boiling to get tough and dry. And the cooking time is very flexible...you can simmer these for up to 6 hours if you'd like. (By the way, I consider the salt and pepper "freebies" in the ingredient count!)

    Recipe #373334

    These are great dry rubs to try before you go out and buy the whole bottle and then find out you don't like them. Most of these ingredients are already in your cupboard. I keep all my old spice jars, wash, remove label and reuse for recipes like these. Dry rubs do not need standing time but can be applied several hours in advance if kept refrigerated. The flavors become more pronounced the longer the rub is on the meat. I prefer sprinkling on and then letting sit out at room temperature for about 15 min.

    Recipe #397923

    from Dinosaur BBQ

    Recipe #318843

    9 Reviews |  By bes1111

    This recipe came from my sister-in-law Denise who is an awesome cook, mother and wife! Originally we were using it only for pork but last night I had boneless, skinless chicken breasts thawed and thought, "why not?" The brown sugar flavor really came through with the chicken. I'm guessing it would also be great with venison. I often double the marinade for plenty to boil and pour over the grilled meat.

    Recipe #486450

    This is one of my husband's most favorite main dishes. It is fall-off-the-bone tender and is easy to prepare and as delicious as it looks. Especially good served over steamed rice.

    Recipe #15397

    This recipe of what I happened to have in the kitchen was a true hit at Thanksgiving. It makes the kitchen smell wonderful and best of all it's very easy.

    Recipe #197460

    Based on a recipe from Jordan Maerin’s book, Raw Foods for Busy People. Note: Jordan subscribes to the 80% raw and 100% whole and organic foods definition. On the question of “How raw is raw?” she identifies her sources: 100% Raw Plant Food Diet, Hippocrates Diet, Natural Hygiene, Essene Diet, Macrobiotic-Raw Diet, Hunza Diet, and the Temporary Raw Diet. Jordan advises, “Keep this one handy. It makes a great marinade too.” Jordan suggests marinating cherry tomatoes or mushrooms, or any other vegetable of your choice, in the Basic Vinaigrette for three hours at room temperature, stirring often, or overnight in the refrigerator, stirring occasionally, to enjoy as a salad garnish, or as munchies at any time of day.

    Recipe #368677

    These cookies are very easy to make and addictive! This recipe is from a friend who made them without a recipe until we begged her to measure and write everything down. According to the Weight Watchers recipe builder, these are 2 points per cookie when I use "Heart Healthy" Bisquick. (Changing the sugar to Splenda does not lower the points.)

    Recipe #294245

    Yet another recipe from a regional magazine.

    Recipe #111530

    These cookies are so chewy and delicious! Margarine or real butter work well but the real butter I think gives it that extra flavor:) The key is to under bake them. I usually take them out once they're semi golden and put them on a cooling rack immediately. Easy to make!

    Recipe #277118

    The recipe suggests using these onions on burgers, to perk-up beans, cooked rice and mashed sweet potatoes. Another 4-ingredient dish.

    Recipe #467927

    This is part of my OAMC chicken rotation plan. It's a favorite of my family My family likes it with hot sauce added but I like it the way it's written. I have added the hot sauce as an optional ingredient for this reason.

    Recipe #325580

    1 Reviews |  By 4-H Mom

    I used to make this recipe for my children when they were young.

    Recipe #348610

    Here's a marinade to celebrate by! For your Bistecas or pollo, even your hamburguesas. (Steaks, Chicken, or hamburgers).

    Recipe #455221

    3 Reviews |  By nanpie

    This recipe is the slightly modified version of one I found in a crazy little book called "The Sweet Potato Queens' Big-Ass Cookbook and Financial Planner". No kidding! It's easy and has such a surprising twist in preparation which is the secret to it being so moist. I call it a snack cake because it doesn't need to be iced. Enjoy!

    Recipe #313278

    This is a regular family favourite that we serve with Moroccan or Lebanese style meals. Or Greek or Italian-whatever we feel like I guess! And we love these so much, 2 spuds each is almost not enough!

    Recipe #36688

    If you like Dijon mustard as much as I do, I think you will like these! Came from a friend of mine and they are very simple to make. Enjoy!

    Recipe #63404

    For all of you familiar with Mimi's Sticky Chicken, the technique in this recipe will ring a bell. It is a great way to roast a yummy bird when you have to be away from home for a while. This is my rendition.

    Recipe #59580

    I've always made these on the BBQ grill in foil packets, and the directions work great as is. If you want to make them in the oven, take a look at the reviews for suggestions on modifications & cooking times.

    Recipe #204218

    Posted for the Zaar World Tour 2006-Hungary. I haven't tried this recipe, but it seems to be a very quick and easy cookie to make. These bars are sticky and gooey and similar to a walnut pie.

    Recipe #175807

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