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Mention Filipino cooking and adobo comes to mind. For some reason, the dish itself is an unequivocal declarati
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If you use packaged polenta, slice it into 18 thin slices. If you make your own polenta, spread the cooked pol
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You can substitute any other leafy green for the kale, but if you’re using quick-cooking greens such as spin
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This is a very simple, adaptable dish that cooks up quickly. If you don’t have time to make the berberé spi
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From Better Homes & Gardens New Cook Book
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My grandma's recipe that my family has been making FOREVER. Fudgy with a crusty top!
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This isn't even really a recipe it's so easy!
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Recipe for classic sweet chex mix.
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I got this recipe from my SIL's mom Nicki Burnett. There are many versions of this recipe, this one is my fave
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From WHO KNOWS?!?! Some chocolate cream cheese genius, I suppose.
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Adapted from A Field Guide to Cookies by Anita Chu as seen on Erin Cooks and Delish
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Adapted from The Pampered Chef
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A delicious go-to dinner!
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From Jane Maynard
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From: Katie Tullis
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"This is the BEST." - Amy Kroff
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I???m about to share with you my all time favorite sandwich. Let me introduce you to Rachel. Yes, Rachel is Re
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Use Trader Joe???s pizza crust or, if you???re in the mood, make your own! (Click here for crust recipe.)
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From Better Homes & Gardens cookbook
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From Adrianne Campbell (from Cuisine at Home magazine)
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This is a good cornbread recipe ??? pretty moist, nice flavor. Don???t know where I found the recipe, but I di
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Jane's Pulled Pork Author: Jane Maynard Prep time: 5 mins Cook time: 4 hours Total time: 4 hours 5 mins Ingred
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The classic dip we all know and love well!
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Abstract painted and pieced hearts art project
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These are delectable!
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From Mindy Nielson (who got the recipe from someone else…)
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From Everyday Food: Fresh Flavor Fast
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There are two versions of adobong sitaw in my archives, one using liempo (pork belly) and, the other, using gr
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I've been tweaking this recipe for several weeks now. It is a really easy dinner roll recipe especially if you
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This recipe will fill a yogurt maker that uses a single 1-quart container.
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It's a little too cold to do the grill these days, but we still crave pulled pork BBQ in the winter, and makin
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These blueberry muffins are a tasty and antioxidant-rich start to the day. If you want, you can add extra blue
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A fabulous quick and easy, one pot dinner.
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Cabbage soup is probably the most famous (and loved) diet recipe. It is easy to prepare, tasty, filling, nutri
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