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This peanut dish is a perfect meal for two. You can substitute chicken for shrimp, beef, or tofu. ​Click here for more ramen upgrades
Slow Cooker Pulled Pork Tenderloin
Tenderloin cooks much faster in the slow cooker than other cuts of pork. It was done in about 3½ hours on High. A thin sauce will work best; you want to keep the meat moist, but you don’t want to...
Greek lasagna , also known as pastitsio, is made up of a meat filling, a creamy white sauce, and pasta layered and baked in a pan until golden brown.
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This is a dish I made up — a version of chili incorporating many elements of classic Catalan cuisine: The combination of lard and olive oil as cooking fat; the use of pork instead of beef or other meats; the...
Foreign Cinema bastes their sunny-side up egg in the oil to give it an extra hint of flavor and to help with the cooking process. Their recipe douses the egg in balsamic at the end so the soft flavor of...
Table & Main in Roswell, G.A. shares their recipe for collard greens. With bacon, onions, and sprinkled with red pepper flakes, this is a savory dish that would be a great side to any entree. Click here to see 24...
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This soup is hearty but not too heavy. It’s perfect for a quick get together with friends or a family winter meal. ​Click here for more ramen upgrades
Backyard Clambake on Your Grill
For this recipe, which replicates a clambake at the beach, we use the grill in two ways: first, as a direct heat source, and second, almost as an oven. Most serious grillers dangle the probe end of a remote thermometer...
Greek Omelet with Feta
Start your day off right with this delicious omelet that's high in vitamin A, thanks to the spinach. The feta cheese, baby spinach leaves and chopped red onions say Greek omelet—and the 20-minute prep time says this is the ideal...
Quinoa Fried ‘Rice’
Fried rice : good. MSG, low-quality soy sauce , and other icky stuff: bad. That’s why I’ve taken to making my own fried “rice” at home, except I use healthier quinoa (a once-in-a-while food) in lieu of rice and coconut...