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Slow Cooker Dijon Corned Beef

Slow Cooker Dijon Corned Beef by Now We're Cooking!

I found this recipe this morning, while searching for a slow cooker corned beef recipe that omits nasty cabbage...bleck! I am going to give this a try; will do best to remember to report back here.

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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.

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Italian Beef Sandwiches

Italian Beef Sandwiches by Phyllis Munro

My husband LOVES Italian Beef. There is a place in Chicago that we love called Portillo's. I have made Italian beef but his cousin adds 1 envelope of Lipton Onion mix and beef broth so I thought I would give her recipe a try. It is AWESOME! There are very few ingredients and you simply toss it in a crock pot. What could be easier?…

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Crockpot Savory Swiss Steak

Crockpot Savory Swiss Steak by Micheline

A meal awaits you when you get home with this fork-tender swiss steak recipe.

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Country Style Ribs

Country Style Ribs by Carolinaheartstrings

This is so simple. And so, so tasty. My sweetie, a Southern boy, born and raised, makes us ribs this way. The “gravy” that is left over in the bag doesn’t go to waste either. The next day it and a crock pot full of chicken breasts cook to BBQ flavored perfection.

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Crock-Pot Short Ribs

Crock-Pot Short Ribs by Beth Roan

These were soooo good. This will definitely make it into our regular rotation.

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Stufato di manzo Italiano ( Beef Stew)

Stufato di manzo Italiano ( Beef Stew) by J. Gino Genovesi

Stews have been around for many years, in many nations with such diverse recipes. All types of meats are used in what some call stew. It is sometimes called "poor mans meal" because one can use many types of meats and vegetables. In my family we like stews and serve over mashed potatoes, rice and with corn and other vegetables.…

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authentic recipe Trippa alla romana

authentic recipe Trippa alla romana by CHEFMAURIZIO

Hello everyone, again, a classic Roman cuisine. "The trippa alla romana". We all know the importance of this city, the "fifth quarter." This is nothing but what remains of the beast, sheep or cow that were sold after the so-called noble parts. The "fifth quarter" was intended for the populace. The many recipes that have come to us,…

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NU WAVE STEAK

NU WAVE STEAK by J BELL

STEAK COOKED IN THE NU WAVE IS VERY JUICY JUST LIKE THE ADD I WAS HAPPY TO FIND OUT.

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Stringy Beef Crockpot Roast

Stringy Beef Crockpot Roast by mary ruth shuptrine

Chuck Roast into Crockpot. Coat very, very liberally with all spices. Add small amount of water to pot. Cook on low for 6 or 7 or 8 hours. Only gets more tender and stringier. (my kids started calling it Mom's Stringy Roast and it stuck through the years.) Later you can add carrots, or potatoes, or onions, or whatever you like.…

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CROCK POT BEEF STEW

CROCK POT BEEF STEW by TERRI

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Round steak with artichoke hearts and mushrooms

Round steak with artichoke hearts and mushrooms by Easy Cook - Laka kuharica

This elegant round steak with artichoke hearts and mushrooms is cooked in wine and served on top of the naan bread.

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The meat in the pot.

The meat in the pot. by treder27

The original recipe for the meat!

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5 Reasons To Consider Becoming A Firefighter

5 Reasons To Consider Becoming A Firefighter by Love Rosee

Firefighters are some of the most important professionals in the country. Through their quick response, they help rescue people in emergency medical situations, traffic accidents and building & outdoor fires among others. They help prevent injury and death as well as destruction of property. Despite the several risks they face, there…

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Beefy tomato and sausage sauce for spaghetti

Beefy tomato and sausage sauce for spaghetti by susan c. vergalla

1. Brown beef and drain, if necessary. 2. In a separate pot put the rest of the ingredients, slicing the sausage into 1/4 inch pieces. 3. Add beef and simmer one hour. 4. Top cooked al dente spaghetti, with sauce.

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