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    A great recipe for pork chops. Simple, but different from the usual garlic, onion S&P. I use bone in chops about 1/2" thick. This was a great recipe because it is easy to put together, tastes great and gives you 30 minutes to freshen up and get the table set while it finishes up. Great served with rice or small side of pasta (farfalle/ bow-tie for company)

    Recipe #445606

    I was looking for a way to spruce up spinach as a veggie side and found recipe #163997 from --Rita--. I used her guidelines to create a sidedish of rough chopped mushrooms, spinach, onions and cheese. Hope you enjoy it!

    Recipe #406753

    I had left over pot roast (made with a chuck roast), baby carrots and potatoes. I wanted to do something with it other than a sandwhich... so this Shepard's Pie was my fix. I also didn't have enough gravy for the filling so I sub'd a can of cream of celery. We aren't big peas fans so we went with iron rich Spinach instead. You don't have to do much seasoning and the whole dish is ready in about 30 minutes!

    Recipe #430301

    A very simple Turkey Chili recipe. If you would like it more mild adjust the amount of Cayenne pepper. Also, the simmer time in the minimum time needed I recommend leaving this on the stove for a few hours or putting it in a slowcooker. Enjoy!

    Recipe #507456


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