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Skip IKEA And Make These Swedish Meatballs Right At Home

No Comments | Written on July 17, 2017 at 10:45 am , by

We all go to IKEA for the cheaply priced and cute furniture, but we stay for something else. We staffer the reasonably-priced and delicious food, especially the Swedish Meatballs. Those little meatballs are so good, but you could make them even better right inside of your own kitchen.

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You Don’t Have To Take A Trip To Louisiana To Have An Authentic Muffuletta

No Comments | Written on July 15, 2017 at 10:45 am , by

In the United States, there are so many different and delicious types of foods. And so many cities and states with incredible regional foods, but there are certain places that have foods better than the others, such as, Louisiana.

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Is It Really A Chili If It Doesn’t Have Some Beer In It?

No Comments | Written on June 29, 2017 at 10:45 am , by

Chili is one of those dishes that we could eat all year around. There are so many different kinds of chili that you could make, and practically all of them will taste delicious. However, there is one thing that all chilis need, and that is beer!

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Who Doesn’t Love A Delicious Pulled Pork Sandwich?

No Comments | Written on March 27, 2017 at 10:45 am , by

You may think that its too early in the year to start eating BBQ, but that’s not correct. You can have BBQ all throughout the year, especially pulled pork sandwiches! They’re so easy to make and, if you use this recipe, you’re going to have yourself one amazing pulled pork sandwich.

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Incredible Nachos That Will Change Your Mind On Bar Foods

No Comments | Written on March 13, 2017 at 10:45 am , by

Bar foods have a bad reputation. Most people think that they’re overly greasy, unhealthy, and just doesn’t taste good in general. However, we don’t believe the at all. We think that bar foods can be delicious, we think that bar food is actually really good. And our favorite bar food has to be nachos!

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Pot Pie In A Cast-Iron Skillet? Yes, It Can Be Done And It’s Delicious

No Comments | Written on September 11, 2016 at 10:45 am , by

Everyone loves cooking in a cast-iron skillet. It adds flavor and you can practically make anything in it. This recipe is the proof that everything in a cast-iron skillet tastes so much better!

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Who Knew You Could Cook All This Food In A Foil Packet

No Comments | Written on June 28, 2016 at 3:19 pm , by

Everyone has some aluminum foil lying around their house, but did you know there’s a whole mess of food hacks with aluminum foil? There are so many surprising things you can do with aluminum foil that will make your summer cooking even better!

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You Don’t Even Need Bacon When You Can Just Use Prosciutto

No Comments | Written on June 23, 2016 at 3:24 pm , by

Bacon and prosciutto, what’s really the difference? Well, there’s actually a pretty big difference between the two, but that’s not so important right now. What’s really important is that they can be interchangeable for the most part, and we’ll show you why.

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Crockpot Tender French Beef Stew With a Twist (Healthy Beef Bourguignon)

No Comments | Written on February 12, 2015 at 11:40 am , by

By now, you’ve probably had a dozen and a half French beef stew recipes. However, they can be loaded with butter and fat, which does serious damage to our waistlines. We really don’t know how the French can stay so slim. Well, maybe we do. It could have something to do with recipes like this one.

Try out our healthier version of the classic French recipe and let us know what you think! This simple crockpot recipe is perfect for people watching their weight, or those who want their meals to have a bit more nutritional pop.

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