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    This recipe will fall off of the bone. Don't be alarmed by the beer, as it will cook off while the pork chops are braising. If you would like, you can substitute Chicken Broth or Vegetable Broth for the beer. The flavors will give you a tangy taste with not too much effort. Great for unexpected guests. I posted this recipe on another site, but I want to keep all of my recipes together in one place. You can either cook the chops on top of the range or throw them into the oven on a low temperature (about 300 degrees for 1 - 2 hours). Serve with white rice.

    Recipe #205803

    This is not your normal meatball recipe. I BAKE these and find that they have a very light and moist texture. By soaking your breadcrumbs in milk, you will give these meatballs an incredibly soft texture. I always make a double batch and keep an extra batch in the freezer for when the kids bring home their friends. I always have a dinner in a matter of seconds!

    Recipe #131915

    This recipe actually cooks for 3-5 hours. Put it on in the morning and let it simmer most of the morning. TRUST ME ON THIS...everyone will go crazy for these!!!

    Recipe #131914

    My girlfriend Jody tried these crackers at my home one day and became hooked. Every time I saw her, she was munching on this appetizer treat. I keep these ingredients on hand for spur of the moment guests.

    Recipe #130458

    This is a variation of Cioppino (Italian Seafood Stew). This recipe blends the subtle flavors of shellfish with spicy Italian sausage. The stock can be made ahead and reheated when ready to add seafood. I can serve the stock to "NON-FISH" lovers as well! Your guests will go crazy with this one. Serve with a loaf of crusty bread so they can get all of the stock!

    Recipe #130187

    This is a very easy recipe that you can have all of the ingredients on hand for an easy appetizer fix.

    Recipe #129995

    This is a very easy, tried and true recipe. I use a food processor with a shredding blade to get the right texture. You can use a bag of shredded cabbage (found in the refrigerator section of your market) instead of shredding the cabbage yourself. This is best made a few hours before serving or a day in advance.

    Recipe #129993

    This cranberry relish is something you'll make all year round. I buy fresh cranberries when they are in season and store them in the freezer for this cranberry treat.

    Recipe #129991

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