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Slow Cooker Chicken & Veggie One-Pot Recipe
Too busy to cook? This easy dish goes together quickly - in 15-20 minutes, and cooks while you deal with more important matters. Pair it with crusty bread and your entire dinner is done.
The Slider Effect Cookbook Review
This fun cookbook takes sliders to a new level. The book is delightful to read, and the recipes are mostly quick and easy.
Bacon, Egg, and Zucchini Sauté Recipe
This comfort dish calls for simple ingredients as well as that ever-present zucchini that is by now growing in everyone's garden and is just waiting to be used. Simple as it may be, however, it will become a favorite quick supper or brunch dish.
Myron Mixon's BBQ Rules Cookbook Review
Myron Mixon has won dozens of BBQ championships, and he spells out the rules of successful smoked foods, as well as information on smokers.
Light & Summery Quinoa Salad Recipe
It's always nice to have several good salads to serve at outdoor gatherings and summer parties. This salad is easy to make, and is lighter than salads made with mayonnaise. The avocados make it creamy, and the oranges make it refreshing.
Blue Bacon & Potato Patriotic Pizza Recipe
Stars and Stripes are always in style on patriotic holidays. This pizza is quite unconventional, but it's festive and delicious.
Dishing Up Minnesota Cookbook Review
Minnesota is not exactly known for having fabulous food. However, this beautiful cookbook will prove that there are mouthwatering local dishes that are worth making.
Fresh Made Simple Book Review
Here is a very simple cookbook that is uniquely organized. All of the recipes are very easy and can be put together quickly. For those who hate to cook, and those who don't have time, this is a fun book to own.
Watermelon Salad Americana Recipe
Looking for something festive to serve on the 4th of July? Red, white, & blue food is always a hit, and this salad is both easy and refreshing.
Ballpark Eats Cookbook Review
Ballpark Eats is a delightful cookbook with recipes from baseball stadiums across the country. The recipes are simple, but fabulous, and perfect for lunch, dinner, snacks, and parties.
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