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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Verza e salsiccia (Cabbage and Sausage)

Verza e salsiccia (Cabbage and Sausage) by Frank Fariello

Not sure about you, but the weather here has crossed the line from pleasantly crisp to downright cold at night. That's as good an excuse as any for some good, stick to the ribs eating. It may sound eastern European, but Italians, too, like their cabbage, especially in colder weather, and like to combine it with pork. The typical…

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Austrian Goulash

Austrian Goulash by Foodiewife

This recipe was taught to me by my Bavarian Mutti. I have, since, tried to measure and journal how to make this wonderful stew. This stew is made with beef chuck, a combination of hot and mild paprika (I use quality imported paprika) with a touch of caraway seeds. Served over spaetzle, buttered noodles or with tradition Semmel…

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Carciofi alla romana (Roman-style Artichokes)

Carciofi alla romana (Roman-style Artichokes) by Frank Fariello

Dear readers: I am back from my travels, at my blogging post just in time for the first day of Spring. Artichokes are back in season! And is there any vegetable more typical of Roman cooking, perhaps of all Italian cuisine, than the artichoke? What better way to get back to work, then, than this dish, one of the most typically Roman…

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Braised Chicken Sausage with Red Bell and Peppadew Peppers

Braised Chicken Sausage with Red Bell and Peppadew Peppers by Colleen Mcconnell

I tried to make this version of sausage and peppers a little healthy by using chicken sausage (Whole Foods spicy Italian chicken sausage is my go-to). As I was walking through the grocery store, I was trying to think of something to make this dish a little more special and flavorful. That’s how the peppadew peppers ended up in my…

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Braised Beef Short Ribs with Ginger and Star anise

Braised Beef Short Ribs with Ginger and Star anise by Farrell May Podgorsek

Beef short ribs slowly braised in a soy, sherry, star anise liquid. The ribs are meltingly tender and delicious. I served the ribs with Israeli couscous to absorb the tasty sauce and sauteed greens. The ribs are best when made a day or two before you plan to serve them. Modified from a recipe by Leslie Revsin

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Catfish «en meurette»

Catfish «en meurette» by Frank Fariello

The term «en meurette» refers to a dish that has been braised in a particularly delicious red wine sauce from the Burgundy region of France. Probably the best known of these dishes is oeufs en meurette, made from poached eggs. But even tastier, in my opinion, is fish made this way. The firm-fleshed monkfish (lotte in French) lends…

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Chicken Meatballs With Stealth Veggies and Squash Ribbons

Chicken Meatballs With Stealth Veggies and Squash Ribbons by Texanas Kitchen

A very healthy, very tasty meatball.....Full of veggies, and served atop yellow squash ribbons and lemon sauce.

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Traditional Beef Stew

Traditional Beef Stew by Chef Chuck

Traditional Beef Stew has been around for many years. Less desirable pieces of meat like the butt, pieces from the leg, and shoulder are most commonly used when making stews. These fibrous cuts of meat require longer cooking times with a variable amount of liquid- a cooking technique called braising. Braising uses moist and dry heat.…

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Sausage, Potatoes and Onions

Sausage, Potatoes and Onions by B Innes

Quick Easy and delicious

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Spicey Pulled Pork

Spicey Pulled Pork by Patrick Travis

This is a braised pulled pork that makes a great sandwich or use it for a tex-mex taco salad. Use an inexpensive cut of pork as it will cook until tender and it shreds easily with a fork.

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Pork and Shrimp Pot Stickers

Pork and Shrimp Pot Stickers by A.L. Wiebe

This is my version of a really delicious fried dumpling. I have found many recipes for pot stickers over the years, and it seems that no two are alike. I have made adaptations according to what I have on hand and what I like. Also, I use my handy dandy dumpling folder-upper-thingy that I have pictured here. It cost me 50 cents at a…

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Jungle Wings (The Best)

Jungle Wings (The Best) by Sam

This is a derivative of a wing recipe I created about 10 years ago. I have since changed it and changed it and changed it until it is where its today, excellence! This ia slightly spicy recipe and it does take several hours to produce, but your guests will love you for the rest of time.

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Italian Chicken .

Italian Chicken . by treder27

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Pot Roast

Pot Roast by John A. Dryzga

My father had a large repertoire of dishes that he prepared expertly. One of these dishes was by far the most requested, his pot roast. When family or friends were coming to visit, "Is Ray going to make his pot roast?" was the inevitable question. Not a pot roast always HIS pot roast. He was always more than happy to oblige. Now…

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