Marta Ziakova
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Satisfying Soup Recipe: Beef Stew

Good Ol' American Beef Stew is a robust simple slow cooker recipe that will remind you of the comforts of home. Made with fresh potatoes, carrots, onions and turnips, this hearty stew will satisfy any hungry man.

Cheesy Vegetable Chowder ~ A delicious, filling way to pack in the veggies... It's creamy, flavorful and downright delicious.

Cheesy Vegetable Chowder ~ A delicious, filling way to pack in the veggies... It's creamy, flavorful and downright delicious.

It's starting to feel like summer is definitely in full swing! I'm finding myself passing out otter pops to my kids and their friends on a daily basis - an

It's starting to feel like summer is definitely in full swing! I'm finding myself passing out otter pops to my kids and their friends on a daily basis - an

Garlic Butter & Mushrooms Baked Pork Chops _ Delicious & easy with a flavorful butter sauce that compliments the meal perfectly. You start by combining your seasonings of garlic, mushrooms, salt, pepper, oregano, & thyme with a little bit of butter in a large skillet. When the butter is melted, toss in your pork chops & seer each side of your chops until golden brown!

Garlic Butter & Mushrooms Baked Pork Chops _ Delicious & easy with a flavorful butter sauce that compliments the meal perfectly.

Crispy Baked Breaded Pork Chops ~ crunchy on the outside and tender on the inside...only 4 ingredients required and dinner is served in under 30 minutes!

These Crispy Baked Breaded Pork Chops are crunchy on the outside and tender on the inside! Only 4 ingredients to make and dinner is served in under 30 minutes. Your family will love this easy dinner r (Minutes Pork Chops)

Here’s how to make an old-school Salisbury steak, just like you remember it (unless you remember it from TV dinners or school cafeteria lunches — in which case this recipe with caramelized onion gravy is way better).

Here’s how to make asalisbury steakn old-school Salisbury steak, just like you remember it (unless you remember it from TV dinners or school cafeteria lunches — in which case this recipe with caramelized onion gravy is way better).