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Month: September 2020
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Grilled Sirloin With Tapenade

Grilled Sirloin With Tapenade Recipe Grilled Sirloin Steaks cooked with a delicious olive tapenade made with olives, garlic, salt, pepper and thyme.  This dish is perfect cooked on the BBQ, in the oven or in a pan. The pungent flavor of olives and capers accentuates the beefiness of grilled sirloin, which tastes best with simple […]

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Salmon Croquettes With Yogurt Horseradish Sauce

Salmon Croquettes With Yogurt Horseradish Sauce Recipe These salmon croquettes are fabulous alone, but also make for a terrific sandwich when placed on soft rolls or in pita bread. Whichever way you serve them, include the cucumber-watercress salad—it’s a creamy and verdant blend that tastes great. This horseradish-infused yogurt sauce enlivens the down-home flavor of […]

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Baked Ziti With Spinach & Sausage

Baked Ziti With Spinach & Sausage Recipe A pan of baked ziti is a crowd pleaser but it usually is a lot of work. Here’s a way to streamline the process into one Dutch ovens and a quick meat sauce. First, brown the Italian sausage, garlic and onions. Next, use your favorite jarred marina sauce. […]

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Bernese Mountain Dogs in The Snow

Bernese Mountain Dogs in The Snow – How cold is too cold for your Bernese Mountain Dogs to be left outside? Dogs are individual and all of them aren’t created equal.  Their ability to tolerate really cold weather depends on many factors such as age, nutritional status, health and coat type. All other things being […]

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Brazilian Black Beans & Pork Stew

Brazilian Black Beans & Pork Stew Recipe The Brazilian black bean and pork stew known as feijoada espouses frugality, traditionally using up every last bit of the pig. To simplify, use bone less pork butt roast, some bacon, and smoky linguica, all cuts requiring minimal prep. A little baking soda gives the stew a more […]

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Sausage Lasagna With Spinach

Sausage Lasagna With Spinach Recipe This Sausage Lasagna With Spinach Recipe yields a creamy lasagna that is easy to make and only requires one dish. Instead of making tomato sauces on the stovetop, substitute your favorite jarred marina sauce from your local market. To create a cheese sauce, add cottage cheese (this will produce a […]

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Best Series You Never Binge Watched

Best Series You Have Never Binge Watched is Halt & Catch Fire Halt & Cath Fire is based in the early 1980s, and the spirit of innovation in personal computing is about to catch fire. Hot on the trail is a renegade trio — a visionary, an engineer and a prodigy — who risk everything […]

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Skillet Beef Pot Pie

Skillet Beef Pot Pie Recipe SERVES 4 TO 6 TOTAL TIME: 2 HOURS Skillet Beef Pot Pie is as comforting a meal as there is, but very often the thought of making a pie crust that is a show stopper. So, here’s a Skillet Beef Pot Pie recipe that solves that problem. Top the beef […]

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Reuben Strata Sandwich

Reuben Strata Sandwich The reuben deli classic-layers of rye bread, warm beef. and melted Swiss cheese with plenty of tangy sauerkraut for contrast. Here’s how to turn this satisfying sandwich into meaty, crowd-pleasing strata that would feed a group. Using a seeded rye bread proves a very important in giving us that strong, slightly tangy […]

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