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Grilled Pork Chops with Apple-Bourbon Glaze | The key to success here is to brush the Apple-Bourbon Glaze on the chops during the last few minutes on the grill, turning and brushing often to create a layered, lacquered look. Garnish the chops with grilled halves of small apples brushed with the glaze.

Grilled Pork Chops with Apple-Bourbon Glaze

Slow-Cooker Chicken with 40 Cloves of Garlic | Serve this flavorful chicken with apricots over a bed of couscous for a North African-inspired supper.

Slow-Cooker Chicken with 40 Cloves of Garlic

Potato-Crusted Pizza | We used Ore-Ida Crispy Crowns frozen seasoned shredded potatoes to create a fun and kid-friendly crust.

Potato-Crusted Pizza

Eggs Simmered in Tomato Sauce | In this dish, inspired by Middle Eastern shakshuka, crushed tomatoes make a simmer sauce for poaching eggs.

Eggs Simmered in Tomato Sauce

Beef Kabobs with Broccoli Slaw and Peanut Sauce | We tested with tri-tip and rib-eye steak, but use your favorite cut.

Beef Kabobs with Broccoli Slaw and Peanut Sauce

Southwestern Meatloaf | Use crushed whole grain tortilla chips instead of plain breadcrumbs to flavor this juicy meatloaf and help it hold its shape as it bakes. We love chipotle salsa for its medium heat and smoky notes, but any salsa and heat level will give the meatloaf fantastic south-of-the-border flavor.

Southwestern Meatloaf

Parsley Couscous with Apricots | Toss some of the cooked garlic cloves from slow-cooker pan juices with couscous, if desired.

Parsley Couscous with Apricots

Apple Flatbread | Bake store-bought pizza dough to make a convenient and versatile canvas for apples, cheese, and herbs. Serve as appetizers or the main course.

Apple Flatbread

Carrot-Apple Soup | The smart technique for this simple soup eliminates the need for sautéing the vegetables, which preserves the bright color and flavor of the carrots and results in a brighter, more refreshing soup.

Carrot-Apple Soup

Red Beans-and-Rice Veggie Burgers | Stirring the rice as it cooks releases the starch that helps hold the veggie patties together. Want to go beyond vegetarian? Top these burgers with grilled shrimp or sausage.

Red Beans-and-Rice Veggie Burgers

Tex-Mex Turkey Burgers | Grab a bag of tortilla chips and a can of black beans to serve alongside the burgers, and whip up a batch of margaritas for a festive cocktail.

Tex-Mex Turkey Burgers

Piggy Burgers | Look for ground pork at the meat counter at the supermarket. We recommend a blend that's not too fatty, such as an 8 5/15 mix of lean pork to fat.

Sloppy Joe Carolina-Style Burgers | Eat these over-the-top burgers with a knife and fork, or set out a pile of napkins. Add fresh crisp texture and flavor by mounding slaw atop the burgers. Serve extra slaw on the side, or save it for another day.

Sloppy Joe Carolina-Style Burgers

Bacon, Peach, and Basil Burgers | We recommend ground sirloin here because it's lean, which causes fewer flare-ups on the grill. Chopped pickled jalapeños and their juice ramp up the flavor, while bacon, goat cheese, and tangy-sweet chutney balance the heat.

Bacon, Peach, and Basil Burgers

Smoky Black-Eyed Peas with Fried Green Tomatoes | Cooked in an aromatic broth with ham hocks and beer (sub chicken broth, if desired), these Mexican-inspired peas are as delicious on their own as they are with fried tomatoes or grilled steak.

Zucchini Fritters with Herb-and-Mozzerella Salad | Squeezing the zucchini in paper towels helps remove excess water for a crisp, latke-like crust.

28 Flavorful Ways with Zucchini

Pack your farmers' market favorites in this vegetarian lasagna. Fresh basil, zucchini, and spinach are baked with both ricotta and flavored cream cheese for a hearty casserole.

28 Flavorful Ways with Zucchini

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11 Shortcut Rotisserie Chicken Recipes