This recipe is from the Paula Deen cooking show on the TV Food Network. Originally shown for beef short ribs only, I have found it works as well with pork ribs. I have increased the amount of sauce ingredients - the original amounts didn't seem to be quite enough to really enjoy!
This is my favorite way to cook a pork shoulder roast. Very tender and delicious! This recipe came from the "Paula Deen Cooking Show" (Food Network). I've changed the prep procedure to make it easier and reduced the sprinkled on salt mixture to 1/4 of the original amount called for in the print-out version of the recipe (Think it was posted wrong!) ENJOY!!!
Like two great recipes in one! Both the chicken and the linguine could each be served as a single dish, but they really compliment each other. You could easily experiment with the dry ingredients for the chicken and come up with your own version of the recipe!
A great treat for the cheese and garlic lovers! I got this recipe from the TSR website. The original recipe called for "Bisquick" mix, but I'm sure any quality mix would work just as well. I've been making these biscuits for several years and was surprised not to find them already published on Zaar.
Definitely not fast food - but really worth the wait! The olives give everything a really nice flavor. I have listed the raisins as (Very optional), but that is your preference! The recipe came from the "Good Eats" show with Alton Brown on the TV FoodNet. The original just called it "Pot Roast", but I thought it deserved a little fancier name.