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saw this and just had to try it! sounds perfect for the summer! from bobby flay - (**my note: it is possible to substitute the rum for rum flavoring (or extract) - i'd say 1 drop, maybe 2, depending on your taste.**)
this is a recipe that i used to make all the time when dh and i had kids at home and money was a big issue. it is off a recipe card from betty crocker back in 1971. it's from the "best before payday dinner" card. i used it alot and still make it once in a
this is different and produces a very tender and flavorful steak with delicious gravy.. great served with rice or cooked noodles. although i have not tryed it as yet, i imagine that thick cut pork chops would work well usung this recipe.
my mother used to make this for us all of the time, this is by far my best recipe to share. i always use 1/8 tsp of garlic powder instead of messing with real garlic and this recipe can use very inexpensive cuts of meat because it cooks for so long but i
i love the taste of ceasar salad and what better way to enjoy that wonderful flavor than to add it to a sandwich. this recipe calls for pork loin as the meat but you could use any meat of your choice.
found this in mr. food's "homecooking in a hurry cookbook". i love the cake mix cookie recipes on zaar and use them weekly. this is a simple, yet lighter version of the recipe. enjoy cooking time is for each sheet of cookies
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