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Thai Short Ribs

Thai Short Ribs by Nancy Miyasaki

If you've had Korean short ribs, and loved them, you should definitely give these Thai short ribs a try! Short ribs, the flavorful, fatty cuts from the ends of the rib bones, may be my favorite red meat. Get the shorter, English cut short ribs if you can. The sauce is a classic Thai combination of hot, sour, salty, and sweet. A…

17 votes
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Crockpot Chicken Portabello over Linguine

Crockpot Chicken Portabello over Linguine by Claudia lamascolo

Working all day? Here is a dinner in one pot that will taste like you slaved over a hot stove all day and made a gourmet meal....take a look.. I prepare alot of it the night before, put into the fridge, add to the pot and turn it on when I leave in the morning.

5 votes
6558 views
Pork Adobo

Pork Adobo by ShaleeDP

A very easy breezy native filipino recipe that every body enjoys eating.

2 votes
26300 views
Texas Style Pinto Beans

Texas Style Pinto Beans by Sergio Hernandez

Slightly spicy cumin, cilantro and jalapenos lend a Southwestern Tex/Mex flair to tender pinto beans in this recipe. I've added a ham hock and/or bacon for added flavor. Goes well with the spanish rice recipe I've posted.

4 votes
18081 views
Cheese Sauce for Beginners

Cheese Sauce for Beginners by myra byanka

Cheese sauce can be tough for beginning cooks to master. Lumps and cheese curdling are two of the biggest problems. This is a basic cheese sauce that will work for macaroni and cheese, nachos, broccoli and cauliflower, fries, as an additive to casseroles, to use for sandwiches, and more. This sauce can have things added to it,…

4 votes
8028 views
Cajun Crowder Beans

Cajun Crowder Beans by Amos Miller

Also known as Crowder peas, these delicious little fellas can often be found in frozen form at the store. These are fresh picked right here in Michigan and, like fava beans and so many other seasonal treats, we rush them to the table. Crowders are really a 'Southern' treat and I first enjoyed them when visiting relatives in West…

2 votes
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Slow Cooker Beef Chuck Roast (with Carrots & Potatoes)

Slow Cooker Beef Chuck Roast (with Carrots & Potatoes) by "Cheffie Cooks"

An easy cooking alternative for a tender beef roast and veggies slow cooked for hours. Its a favorite of ours.

2 votes
3930 views
Beef Caldereta with Cheese

Beef Caldereta with Cheese by ShaleeDP

I like this beef recipe. I have tried it in many ways than one. This is another variety. With Beer.

1 vote
10022 views
Eggplant Parmesan (Slow Cooker or Crockpot version)

Eggplant Parmesan (Slow Cooker or Crockpot version) by Salad Foodie

This recipe based on one from Allrecipes.com served 8 and was cooked in a 5-quart slow cooker. I cut the recipe in half for 4 servings (which is the recipe below.) It cooks well in a 2 1/2 to 3-quart slow cooker. Whichever size you make, I think you’ll like this easy-does it version of yummy Eggplant Parmesan! (Note:…

2 votes
3569 views
Sedona White Corn Tortilla Soup

Sedona White Corn Tortilla Soup by Terri Jordan

This recipe is a little time consuming but has lots of flavor!

3 votes
13634 views
VEAL EMINCEE

VEAL EMINCEE by CHEF ASHRAF ABD ALEEM ELKHARBOTLY

VEAL EMINCEE

2 votes
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Giggling Gourmet's Rage'n Cajun Jambalaya

Giggling Gourmet's Rage'n Cajun Jambalaya by Giggling Gourmet

Good for those gatherings anytime of the year!!! This has a nice mild spicy heat without the hot sauce, but, I find kicking it up a notch with your own choice of a good zinger kind of hot sauce makes this dish a lot of fun to eat with everyone around the table! Warms the bones, tickles the ribs and fills those bellies!!

1 vote
8851 views
Chicken Enchilada Soup

Chicken Enchilada Soup by karenrecipe

This soup consists of ingredients you can whip together quickly, throw into the slow cooker and forget about until chow time. And, as an added bonus, it doesn’t call for any “cream-of-whatever” soup.

1 vote
6740 views
Slow-Cooker Tomatillo Chicken Soup

Slow-Cooker Tomatillo Chicken Soup by Robyn Savoie

The tomatillo are sometimes mistaken and thought to be part of the tomato family. In fact, they are part of the nightshade family and related to the Cape Gooseberry. This fruit can be several colors when ripe, including yellow, red, green, or even purple. The yellow and green ones have a tendency to be tart, suitable for…

3 votes
6826 views
Peter's Bluenose Seafood Casserole

Peter's Bluenose Seafood Casserole by Sprat

1 vote
11288 views