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    What's not to love! My Italian Grandpa used to make these sandwiches, they were sooooo good. But they are even better on toasted garlic bread! Note: You can mix sweet and hot sausage, or all hot. Whatever flips your noodle!

    Recipe #503762

    I had some chicken sausage defrosted, and was in the mood for spaghetti, so this is what I came up with. It turned out delicious! Please try this one! Note: I made a lot since I was feeding over 4 people today. But you can cut the recipe in half if it's too much. Tip: Since I cook with a lot of garlic, I buy the cloves already peeled. Makes life easier.

    Recipe #503662

    I love falafel! And where has couscous been all my life? This is my second attempt making falafel. The first time was a learning experience (not too good). But this one turned out really good. Next time I will try it with dried chick peas.

    Recipe #503608

    Roasting vegetables brings on a whole new flavor. Especially if you add some chopped garlic!

    Recipe #503313

    2 Reviews |  By jc12972

    This is one of my favorite dishes to prepare. Crispy on the outside and soft on the inside eggplant baked with homemade marinara sauce and mozzarella cheese. If you love eggplant, make this dish, you won't be sorry! There may be a better one out there but I haven't had it, so as far as i'm concerned this is it!

    Recipe #503250

    I'm not much of a dessert maker, I'm better at savory dishes, but I was watching an episode of The Pioneer Woman on the Food Network one day and she made a blackberry cobbler. It looked so easy to make and yummy, so I had to try it. I substituted blueberries for the blackberries. I made a little more batter than she did, and used a little less sugar. It was delicious! Promise!

    Recipe #503231

    These burgers are moist and full of flavor. Sometimes I forget I'm eating Turkey! The Chipotle Mayo recipe if from Bobby Flay (One of my favorite Chef's). Note: You can make this recipe with ground chicken if you don't like turkey or if you just want to change it up.

    Recipe #503226

    Even in the summer months, this Roast Chicken is worth cranking up your oven. Seasoning with just salt and pepper is not how I roll. I'm all about bold flavors. Trust me, try this!

    Recipe #503214

    Instead of the same old boring salad with grilled chicken. I made a chopped salad with delicious oven fried chicken tenders. The mayonnaise marinade in this recipe keeps the chicken moist and flavorful. Hope you enjoy!

    Recipe #503091

    These are to die for! I promise! Yes, they are fried, but you have to try these at least once in your life. All things in moderation ;-)

    Recipe #503053

    I love white rice! But it can be tricky to prepare. If you've never made it before or have tried to make it and it just doesn't come out right (under cooked or clumpy and/or mushy). I've got the recipe for you! Follow these simple steps and you will be a white rice expert like me (or so I like to think). Note: For best results, cook rice in a caldero pot. But if you don't have one, don't get discouraged! Make this recipe either way. It will still be delicious!

    Recipe #503045

    Growing up Grandma Irma would make rice and beans at least once a week. As I little girl I loved them and still love them as an adult. *Note: You can use red kidney beans or pink beans if you don't like the roman beans. Additional Note: This is not a weeknight after work dish. It's time consuming but worth it. I will be posting another stewed bean recipe using canned beans that cook up in a flash for you busy bodies ;-)

    Recipe #503025

    What can I say? I love this recipe because the pork chops are tender and juicy, and most of all full of flavor! Yes, they are fried, but all things in moderation I think. You have to try these! Trust me!

    Recipe #502860

    1 Reviews |  By jc12972

    Me and my 9 year old nephew Edwin cooked this dish together today. He did all the labor, and I just supervised. It came out so delicious, we called it the "BOMB DOT COM"!

    Recipe #502840

    My Italian Grandpa Joey used to make this dish. I remember eating it as a kid and thinking wow how does he do it? So I had to create my own version and kick it up a notch. This is my nephew's favorite dish!

    Recipe #502729

    1 Reviews |  By jc12972

    I got this recipe years ago from my Aunt and Uncle. These are by far the BEST grilled hot wings I EVER had!

    Recipe #502723

    Every time I make this, I think of my niece. First time she tried it she was in ahhhh! Lot's of OMG's in the kitchen that day ;-) I love this recipe as well because it's easy to make, delicious, and pretty healthy. I hope you enjoy it as much as me and my niece do! This works for a great lunch, or a light dinner.

    Recipe #502722

    I got the basics of this recipe from a friend who's mother in law had a similar dish at a restaurant in Miami. She said it was the BEST potato salad she ever ate! So of course I had to try it, I tweaked it a bit to my liking and taste. All I can say is that whenever I make it, people can't get enough. It's to die for! Promise!

    Recipe #502718

    1 Reviews |  By jc12972

    I got this recipe from Lidia Bastianich's cookbook. It's a great recipe, the only change I made was I added garlic (my favorite ingredient). You can make this ahead and freeze it. So much better than jar sauce! If you cannot get San Marzano tomatoes, I recommend Colivata or Cento brands.

    Recipe #502714

    I love this recipe. You can make ahead and freeze it in batches. If you love garlic like myself, you will love this one! I use San Marzano tomatoes because they are simply the best. But If you cannot find San Marzano tomatoes, I recommend Colivata or Cento brand crushed tomatoes.

    Recipe #502702

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