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If you have a package of Knorr Rice Sides and a few fresh ingredients, you've got dinner...

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I learned how to make Fried Rice by watching the chefs at a Japanese Steak House in Encino, California. Don't judge... you'll love this rice...

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Eat your vegetables! Oven roasting is an easy, healthy and relatively fast way to prepare vegetables...

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Individual Potato Kugel - averagebetty.com

Potato Kugel is a casserole most commonly prepared in a 9×13 dish. With such a large surface area, the most coveted crunchy corner pieces are at a...

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Tomato Lentils - averagebetty.com

Take this basic Tomato Lentils Recipe a number of directions by altering the spice combination or by adding shredded or ground chicken or beef....

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Pimento Cheese Potato Gratin - averagebetty.com

This Pimento Cheese Potato Gratin made with Famous Idaho Potatoes is based on a recipe from Chef Cameron Thompson of Two Urban Licks, Atlanta,...

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Grilled Orange Soy New York Pork Chops with Apple Ginger Cranberry Chutney - averagebetty.com

New York Pork Chops marinated in orange juice and soy sauce, grilled to perfection and served with Apple Ginger Cranberry Chutney make for an elegant...

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Steakhouse Pasta Salad Recipe

Picnic season is too short to make a Pasta Salad that looks and tastes like an afterthought. This Steakhouse Pasta Salad tossed with Dreamfield’s...

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Sesame Grilled Carrots

Don't you love Spring? The days are warm, the nights are cool, and the farmer's market is overflowing with colorful Spring vegetables...

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Brussels Sprouts are controversial. And I know, you’ve been hurt by Brussels Sprouts before. But it wasn’t their fault. These Grilled Brussels...

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Black Eyed or Blackeye Peas are a popular dish to eat and welcome in the New Year. Folklore has it that Blackeye Peas (actually legumes, or beans)...

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This Sweet and Spicy Cornbread Dressing will add a little kick to your Thanksgiving side dishes. The heat comes from a hint of cayenne and the sweet...

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