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How long do you need to wear Invisalign?

How long do you need to wear Invisalign? by subbu94p

The primary advantages of Invisible braces aligners are that they are completely invisible moreover they and very comfortable when compared to the traditional orthodontic appliances such as the metal or ceramic braces that contain brackets and wires which can constantly rub and cause friction with the surrounding soft tissues. The…

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Homemade Taco Seasoning

Homemade Taco Seasoning by David St. John

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Elephant soup

Elephant soup by Easy Cook - Laka kuharica

This adaptation of the famous African Elephant Soup is wonderfully delicious, aromatic and satisfying.

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Turkey Roll-Ups

Turkey Roll-Ups by Stephen Crout

This is a take on the classic beef roulades.

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Sausage, Potatoes and Onions

Sausage, Potatoes and Onions by B Innes

Quick Easy and delicious

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Braciola

Braciola by B Innes

Little beef roulades braised in a tomato sauce, delicious!

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Texas Oven Roasted Beef Brisket

Texas Oven Roasted Beef Brisket by David St. John

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Slow Braised Red Wine Lamb Stew with Moroccan Spices

Slow Braised Red Wine Lamb Stew with Moroccan Spices by Homemade & Yummy

Slow Braised Red Wine Lamb Stew with Moroccan Spices is fragrant and hearty. Elegant comfort food, perfect for a special occasion.

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Lemon-Rosemary Steamed Red Potatoes

Lemon-Rosemary Steamed Red Potatoes by "Cheffie Cooks"

Outstanding Side Dish with Baked Ham! Perfect for your Holiday Table.

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German Rouladen (beef rolls )

German Rouladen (beef rolls ) by Chef Paul McGovern

I love German food !! This is time consuming to make and you will be in the kitchen for quite a while. So it is a great rainy day dish. Prep time for me is about 1 1/2 to 2hr and I am a Chef. The first time I did this about 20 years ago it took me 6 hr. to get it all done. That is cooking time also and it was at home. Spend the time…

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Slow-Braised Atlanta Brisket

Slow-Braised Atlanta Brisket by Foodiewife

Brisket is a cut of beef that can be very tough, unless it is slow-braised or with a slow barbecue method. The patience pays off, because the meat becomes very tender and moist. I saw this recipe on Cook's Country, and was intrigued that the recipe name comes from using Coca Cola (from where the soft drink originates). Instead of…

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Chiapas Pot Roasted Pork - Cochito Chiapaneco

Chiapas Pot Roasted Pork - Cochito Chiapaneco by John Spottiswood

I adapted this delicious, crispy-edged meat recipe from Rick Bayless's Mexican Kitchen. Nancy and I used to eat at his restaurant, the Frontera Grill, when we lived in Chicago. I served this over black beans and rice along with my spicy Ropa Vieja recipe and it was a huge hit. This would be a great alternative to carnitas for a…

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Braised Beef (Curtis Stone)

Braised Beef (Curtis Stone) by ShaleeDP

I like the way he incorporate these ingredients to a very sumptuous dish.

2 votes
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Spicy BBQ Short Ribs

Spicy BBQ Short Ribs by David St. John

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Steak Pizzaiola

Steak Pizzaiola by B Innes

Steak Pizzaiola is another of those generic recipes that vary greatly in ingredients with no real definitive recipe as a base. Originally it was a recipe for cheaper cuts of meat to be braised in a tomato base sauce. "Pizzailoa" translates to Pizza style, with most of the recipes having tomatoes and peppers and then any number of…

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