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Search engine improvement is that the tactic of raising the quality and quantity of web site|internet site|site|computer|computing machine|computing device|data processor|electronic computer|information processing system} traffic to a web site or an internet page from search engines.

1 vote
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Taco Pie

Taco Pie by Glenn

Tacos without all of the mess. If you like Taco you have got to like Taco Pie and it is really easy to make. Enjoy.

55 votes
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Set it and Forget it Prime Rib Roast

Set it and Forget it Prime Rib Roast by Kelly Christensen

No holiday entrée yet devised is easier than the following technique for roasting beef. This ingenious method is from a recipe book of Marlene Sorosky (my mother's favorite cook)and is taken from the proprietors of Angelo's Market and Cooking school in Modesto CA. Prep time is 5 minutes. Bake time is 15 minutes per rib or 5…

2 votes
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CROCKPOT MEATBALL PARM

CROCKPOT MEATBALL PARM by Cara Fernicola

There's nothing better then coming home after a long days work, to the smell of slow cooked meatballs and sauce! This recipe is quick to prepare, super easy (you cant mess this up!), cheap and most of all DELISH! Perfect weeknight meal

16 votes
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Nuwave Meatloaf

Nuwave Meatloaf by Sharon Tison

A family favorite has always been meatloaf. This recipe can be made in advance, shaped and frozen. It cooks well from freezer to NuWave Oven just increase the original cooking time to 14 minutes instead of 10. I hope you like it.

3 votes
42682 views
Beef Manhatten

Beef Manhatten by Phyllis Munro

This is my sons favorite dish. It great for a week night. Simply put it in the crockpot and make the potatoes and gravy when you get home for work.

2 votes
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How to Use a NuWave Oven to Dehydrate

How to Use a NuWave Oven to Dehydrate by Ava

Drying foods has grown more sophisticated over time, but the principle remains the same: When foods are dehydrated, microorganisms such as mold, yeast and bacteria can't grow in them so they don't spoil. Dried foods are ideal for backpacking, camping, or any time you want a quick and nutritious snack on the go. The NuWave Oven, a…

3 votes
52815 views
Cuban-style Steaks in Garlic-Lime Marinade

Cuban-style Steaks in Garlic-Lime Marinade by John Spottiswood

These steaks are a treat and a great way to make an inexpensive cut of meat memorable. You can use bottom round (best), top round, or a thin cut sirloin for this dish. The steaks should be cut about a 1/2 thick. Mine were a little thicker, so I pounded them with a mallet to thin them. In Cuban restaurants, this recipe is called…

5 votes
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Chinese Braised Oxtails with Root Vegetables

Chinese Braised Oxtails with Root Vegetables by Joyce Leung

A hearty oxtail dish with star anise, Chinese mushroom, daikon and carrots. The oxtails turn tender when cooked slow and the bones add a lot of favor to the meat.

4 votes
27388 views
Italian Meatballs

Italian Meatballs by Salad Foodie

Years ago I had an Italian neighbor who became a close friend. I always commented on her delicious meatballs and one day she shared the recipe with me. I have made them ever since about the same way. You can vary the meats using what's on hand, but I usually select lean ground beef, turkey, chicken or lamb, with an equal amount of…

16 votes
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"Wrapped children" (Dominican Traditional Dish)

"Wrapped children" (Dominican Traditional Dish) by Arturo Féliz-Camilo

Traditional Dominican dish. First of all, let me clarify this dish has nothing to do with child abuse!! It’s just a funny name this dish acquired who knows why! What I do know is that children love it! This is a typical recipe of my family and traditional of the Dominican Republic. My mother created a tradition of cooking our…

2 votes
31396 views
The Very Best Meatloaf

The Very Best Meatloaf by Foodiewife

This my family's favorite meatloaf recipe, of all time--and has become my most viewed recipe on my blog! What makes this taste so good is a combination of beef, veal* and pork-- pricier, but it doesn't taste like a giant hamburger! Fresh marjoram and spices, hot sauce and herbs, and a fantastic glaze makes this so good-- you really…

9 votes
74222 views
Tallerine Casserole

Tallerine Casserole by Salad Foodie

Tallerine, talerine, tallerini...I’ve no idea of the spelling or origin of this vintage casserole but it remains a crowd pleaser yet today. I’ve tweaked my 70's recipe somewhat ~ it’s one of those recipes that adapts easily to variations.

1 vote
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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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Slow Cooker French Dip

Slow Cooker French Dip by Nancy Miyasaki

This is a super easy way to make a very tender and tasty french dip sandwich. Cook it overnight for lunch or all day for dinner and you have a great cold weather meal. I added a salad and sweet potato fries as sides and we enjoyed a great meal.

12 votes
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