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Roasted Turkey And Root Vegetable Pot Pie Napoleon

Roasted Turkey And Root Vegetable Pot Pie Napoleon by Parties That Cook

The turkey is moist, the filling ingredients are fresh and flavorful, and the pie crust is rumored to be the lightest and flakiest EVER. We loved this recipe so much we even made it our recipe of the month! This seasonal holiday recipe is just in time for your Thanksgiving turkey cravings.

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Cumin and Coriander BBQ Pork Spareribs

Cumin and Coriander BBQ Pork Spareribs by Mihir Shah

I had this at a friends house over the weekend - they made two kinds of ribs. A more "traditional" slab with light spice and honey, and this gem. I actually returned some of the traditional slab to the serving plate so I could make room for this winner! The best part of this recipe is the mix of cumin and coriander in the dry rub.…

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Southwestern Cube Steak Dinner

Southwestern Cube Steak Dinner by Robyn Savoie

This colorful entree makes dinner for two extra special. The subtle blend of flavors seasons the steaks just right. You can easily replace the beef with chicken, pork, or venison cutlets.

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Southwestern Beer Can Burgers

Southwestern Beer Can Burgers by Patti Fisher

We have been seeing folks post their beer can burgers for the last few weeks, all of them looking good. We wanted to take it to the next level by adding a “Southwestern” twist to it. We started with the very best ground beef: Fresh ground sirloin and blending that with some beef chorizo for 1 pound burgers with a nice blend of…

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Easy Sausage Pierogi Bake

Easy Sausage Pierogi Bake by Patti Fisher

Ken wanted macaroni and cheese made meaty with sausage. Patti had an “aha” moment because frozen pierogies are something we always have on hand, plus Ken just cold smoked lots of our favorite kinds of cheese. To make it extra easy we used jars of Alfredo sauce and to make it extra tasty we used Swimmin’ in Smoke Booty Shake Seasoning.…

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new yorker pasta

new yorker pasta by maeghan

tips with paring knife,pull off tough skin from bottom of stalk toward broccoli flowerets. quarter or half if too larg. cut stalks into 2 inch pieces, if desired.save for soup or other use. broccoli should not be over cooked or it becomes strong tasting. also uncover a few times during boiling to retain bright green color

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Citrus Scallops

Citrus Scallops by Robyn Savoie

The bright color of the red bell pepper and oranges, combined with lime juice; give these scallops a refreshing burst of flavor.

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Meatloaf Sliders with Tomato Relish and Cheese

Meatloaf Sliders with Tomato Relish and Cheese by BearNakedBaker

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grilled shrimp and mushrooms

grilled shrimp and mushrooms by maeghan

good with hot cooked rice or green noodles(spoon remaining sauce over,if desired) steamed vegetables in season and a spinach salad

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