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Slow cooked pork loin is wonderful with potatoes and carrots, and it also makes wonderful barbecue. Here are some tips and suggestions that will ensure your slow cooked pork loin turns out perfectly each and every time.
By Amy Brantley
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All written reference to the history of candy bars began around the turn of the 19th century-or perhaps as early as 1875-when two entrepreneurs got together and mapped out a sensationally sweet plan.
By Helen Polaski
Making roast pork for dinner is a great way to feed a family of any size. Because a roast is generally large enough to feed six to eight, there is usually enough for both Dad and Mom's work lunch the following day.
By Helen Polaski
Pass the poi and slice up the SPAM for a taste of Hawaiian cuisine.
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For an easy side dish you can make on a weeknight, try this recipe.
By Stephanie Banfield
Few flavors go together better than fresh basil and ripe tomatoes. In this side dish, they are tossed together in a rice salad that would make the perfect addition to any picnic.
If you're roasting a chicken, you'll want to create chicken brine for it before cooking it. Brining is a popular way to infuse moisture and flavor into a chicken without adding fat or excessive amounts of seasoning.
By Rachel Mork
A lot of people are asking exactly what is yerba mate tea. This hot beverage is popular in both South America and the Middle East because of its delicious taste and medicinal properties.
By Rachel Mork
This goulash recipe replaces meat with mushrooms, but it still retains goulash's all-important ingredient-paprika.
Everyone needs variety in their diets to stay healthy and to keep their taste buds happy. Vegans perhaps need even more diversity in their diets to cover all of their nutritional needs. However, getting the proper vegan nutrition is not difficult.
By Laura Evans
A baked brie recipe makes an elegant addition to any dinner party or get-together. Brie cheese is rich and smooth with a gooey center, playing perfectly off the crispy puff pastry it is baked in.
By Aaron Baer Harsha
By Conny Manero
Easy summer desserts get even easier when you look to use fresh fruit in season. These summer dessert recipes ideas will point you toward fresh ideas for fruity favorites.
By Kristen Oliveri
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It's important to understand how to care for your wok frying pan if you want it to last for many meals. Lucky for you, caring for your wok at home is simple and not time consuming. In fact, a properly seasoned wok will naturally repel stuck food and will be easy to clean.
By Rachel Mork
Have you ever wondered why you only hear about Chestnuts "roasting on an open fire" in Christmas songs? That's because fresh Chestnuts mature on the trees between the cooler months from September to November.
By Natasa Shepherd
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