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    A tasty marinade for fish, I made this for Halibut but I think it would be nice on most any fish...or even chicken.

    Recipe #392239

    A meal on its own!!! Tastes just like stuffed peppers without all the glamour. Truly easy and satisfying. Comfort food at its finest. Can easily be prepared in a crock step 3 just throw it in the crock on med for 7 hours . It freezes nicely too!

    Recipe #392180

    My local grocery store makes these in the meat department and charge way too much for them!! I have not tasted theirs but I knew I could make similar, more cost efficiently. I searched online for a meat stuffed portabella and could not find one. Thus, time to get somewhat creative.... We really like how the asiago cheese and italian seasonings compliment this unique little meatloaf. Here is hoping you like it as well. Note the photo does not do the dish justice....

    Recipe #391971

    I was fiddling around with trying to make a yummy Pulled Pork for my stepson Jesse's wedding rehearsal party. I did one butt in the oven without soda and one in the crock pot with soda. I had never used soda pop in a recipe before but I heard it was worth a try and YES it was! The Crock pot recipe turned out so tender, moist and delicious, (according to the thirty something guests...this was a real hit.) Well worth trying and very easy to make. A lovely outdoor or 'big game' meal served with a variety of salads and crusty buns. Oh, and beer. Posted by request for my new daughter in law Lindsey's Mom.

    Recipe #384177

    This was the first time I made Fennel... so I just put things I really like together. (I bet you could add just about any other vegetable to this!) Well it was so very yummy and received raves from my family. I find it incredibly easy and a perfect make ahead dish that frees up time when entertaining. I served it with salmon and it was exquisite!

    Recipe #384068

    I really get tired of paying so much money for BBQ sauce that is; well...generic in flavor! I have played with making my own for years and I actually wrote this one down... it really is very tasty and can be adapted easily to ingredients on hand. Now that is the kind of recipe I appreciate!

    Recipe #384065

    This is the perfect blend of Tangy/Sweetness, it is remarkably mild, not oily and is hugely versatile! Wonderful for picnics, lunches to go or just an added side at dinner. I do NOT like apple cider vinegar but in this recipe it is fabulous, especially for bean salad skeptics like me. I make it in a one gallon ice cream pail and store it in the fridge, when it begins to run out I add a can of what ever bean I have on hand and a few more red onions. I can do this until the 'brine' runs out. Then I just start all over again and always have it on hand. Fresh cooked beans have a nicer texture and are more cost efficient than canned but canned is yummy too, though do contain lots of sodium. So if you are on a sodium restricted diet, I would suggest cooking dry beans and fresh green and yellow beans for this recipe. Enjoy!

    Recipe #373872

    Inspired by a recipe #348245 posted by Mikey Tuscon. I loved his recipe cold ...such a neat "Greek Salad" I had made a whole Greek meal including a typical Greek salad so I thought these would be wonderful warm as to to enhance the sweetness of the tomato. Amazing! They make the perfect appy! So easy to prepare ahead of time, a real time saver when entertaining. I have made them several times now and I think you will like them. Serve with garlic cheese bread, yummy!

    Recipe #373661

    A really yummy concoction I put together that went over so well!! Some of my guests suggested may want to eat it by the spoonful. I hope you like it too. Easily made more fat friendly by using fat free sour cream and Miracle whip. I am totally guessing on the servings..

    Recipe #373634

    This taco salad is perfect for a potluck or a lovely summer meal! I constantly get requests to make this salad. Easily prepared ahead of time and tossed together at the last minute. I am not sure where the original idea came from for this recipe but it has truly 'morphed' into one of our family favorites. Absolutely versatile and forgiving should you be missing an ingredient or two...just use your imagination and substitute. The key ingredient is the sauce!!! It is crazy easy to make and tastes fantastic!! Way less costly than 'Catalina' dressing and a hundred times tastier. Sadly though I have not figured out how to make it diet friendly.. For a vegetarian version I use a variety of beans and omit the ground beef... equally as delicious. Prep time includes cooking the beef. Enjoy.

    Recipe #373632

    This is crazy easy and so delicious! It is similar to Catalina but much yummier. Fantastic on taco salad! If you like it a bit tangier, simply add a bit more vinegar to taste. I find that it keeps for a long time in the fridge...when I make a huge batch!

    Recipe #373605

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