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Fall-Off-The-Bone Ribs

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from The Garden Grazer

Enchilada Sauce

Enchilada Sauce - I've made this sauce countless times and it's been great on a wide variety of enchiladas. It's mild, so if you prefer spiciness try a little cayenne pepper. My favorite variation is adding ground chipotle powder (usually about 1/4 - 1/2 tsp. in place of the chili powder) which gives it a wonderful, smoky kick.

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from Oh Sweet Basil

Easy Authentic Pizza Sauce

This is our favorite pizza sauce recipe. Its quick easy, and has a secret #ingredient that puts it over the top. ohsweetbasil.com

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from Kitchen Meets Girl

Pork Tacos with Cilantro-Lime Salsa

Pork Tacos with Cilantro-Lime Salsa on MyRecipeMagic.com

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from Flo and Grace

Cool-Aid (the un-Kool-Aid)

Really healthy "Kool-Aid" with no artificial sweeteners or colors! LOVED this. Definitely making over and over this summer!!

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Apple & Bacon Stuffed Pork Chops

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Pork Loin Chops with Brown Butter and Sage Leaves

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Week-night.... Dump 1 envelope of taco seasoning, 6 boneless, skinless chicken breasts a jar of salsa in the crockpot, stir and cook on high(4-6 hrs.) or low(6-8 hrs.) Should be able to shred with a fork. Place meat mixture in tortillas and top with your favorite toppings! I like easy.

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from What2Cook

Crock Pot Beef Carne Asada Tacos

Crock Pot Beef Carne Asada Tacos - These tacos are off the chain. A lovely piece of flank steak gets a spicy rubdown before sitting in the crock pot for eight hours with onion, bell pepper and jalapeno. Never thought to put steak in the crock pot? Well, let me tell you—it can be done!

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How To Turn A Cheap Steak Into A Juicy & Tender Cut Of Meat ~ How about a juicy, flavorful and tender steak dinner without the “prime” expense? link to instructions on page

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