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    22 Reviews |  By P

    This is one of our favorites. The first time I made them, I did not let them simmer long enough. They will be falling off the bone when they are done. If you need to add liquid, add beef broth as too much beer will give it a bad taste.

    Recipe #14221

    2 Reviews |  By P

    Very easy dinner and one of my husbands favorites.

    Recipe #13073

    3 Reviews |  By P

    Great for antipasta or on sandwich. Can be added to salads. Great with Italian ham and fresh Mozzerella or cream cheese on a platter.

    Recipe #12006

    18 Reviews |  By P

    We usually eat fresh vegetables. After making coleslaw for one, I didn't want the cabbage to go to waste so I threw this together. Even those who said they didn't care for cabbage liked it and it is very easy.

    Recipe #11915

    4 Reviews |  By P

    This makes a great deal of sauce but it freezes very well and can be used in any way you would use a red sauce. The Italian ham makes all the difference in the taste. Also, for those who have made sauce and it has been "acidy" I have never had this problem with the imported tomatoes. Every time I make a batch, I give some to friends. They all love it. It also works very well with

    Recipe #11742


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