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    I don't know where I picked this up. I've been doing it since I first started cooking, and it's just a great flavor for steaks. I'd suggest at least a nights worth of soaking if you have the time to. The main flavor in this marinade is the Italian mixed with the Worcestershire.

    Recipe #218626

    I haven't seen a duplicate of this. My father has made stroganoff this way since I was a little kid and now I make it. If you don't have a pressure cooker, cook your cubes however desired be it fry or boil or whatever you like, but using the pressure cooker helps keep them nice and tender. this recipe can be adapted for a slowcooker, I don't know exact times because I used the pressure cooker, but give it at least 6-8 hours depending on the size of your beef cubes - make sure they are cooked through. 8 oz of sour cream is a minimum, thats what I usually mix into it, and then I serve extra on the side. This is one meal there are never leftovers for. I'm sorry I have no other words to describe the "jiggler" on top of the cooker, you will see when you start to cook on high heat, the difference between the "slow steady" jiggle and the "crazy" jiggle... a better word would almost be a violent jiggle. If your extremely unsure, then just don't cook your meat this way or use hamburger meat instead. ***note*** This is a meal that we don't really mind not being too meaty, in fact most meals I try to skimp on meat to save money - so if you'd like to add more meat feel free.

    Recipe #218451

    I just made this tonight, with barely anything in the cupboard. I served it up with some crescent rolls and use a bag of Uncle Ben's garlic butter rice. If you use regular rice, I suggest putting two tablespoons butter and some garlic powder in with your rice while it simmers. Feel free to add a bag of frozen veggies in. I normally don't buy them except for specific things, so I didn't have them.

    Recipe #217073

    I know I personally, can't stand canned sloppy joes or mixes like Manwich. Most of the things I know how to make are from zaar, watching my mother and going from memory, or like this one from my cooking teacher in high school. Definitely not a "sweet" sloppy joe. I never liked sloppy joes until I tried this recipe Sometimes I substitute celery seed and onion flakes for the real deal, depends what you have on hand and if you like chunks of veggies in your sloppy joes. Feel free to add some extra chili powder, this is the basic recipe as I was taught, depending on mood I'll keep it the same or add more

    Recipe #216477

    Similar to Subway's sweet and spicy glaze. Tastes wonderful on chicken (personally I like to melt some American cheese on top and make a sandwich). I'm sure it would go well with pork or any other white meat also... enjoy! Todd Wilbur- TSR recipe * consider if mixture ends up too acidic add some extra sugar and vice versa if its too sugary add an extra half to whole tablespoon of vinegar

    Recipe #216179

    A cooking instructor in my 9th grade home ec taught me how to make this, its very simple. I believe its best using a bunt pan, but not those ones with the designs. You can use a box of Angel food cake mix found usually in most stores or any favorite recipe you might have. Usually the only thing you have to add to Angel food Cake Mix is water, but it varies by brand. Included here is ONLY the recipe for the filling and directions on how to fill it. Feel free to substitute with any other fruit, like bananas or blueberries. I suggest looking up alton browns angel food cake recipe for some great tips for angel food cake. Bringing this to an event, but want to try it now? No problem! Save the insides you pull out of the cake and make yourself a trifle, alternating layers of cake, cream and berries in a large glass or small bowl. (You can also do this is disaster strikes with your angel food cake)

    Recipe #193212

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