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Featured Recipe:

Spinach Artichoke Melts

by zirbirt

Spinach and artichoke cooked into a creamy dip, then combined with a bit of chicken and some good bread and finally grilled makes for a fine meal on it's own. Add to that the bonus of lots of leftover dip for snacking and you have a dinner that really makes sense.
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Chipotle sweet and spicy hamEveryday Meals

by zirbirt | 6/22/2015

Ham.. Another under utilized low cost dinner that keeps on giving.

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Bronzebeard ChickenEveryday Meals

by zirbirt | 7/17/2015

A wonderful chicken dish that is unique and very delicious. It is also very simple to make.

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Pepperoni and Bacon PizzaEveryday Meals

by zirbirt | 9/10/2015

You can order pizza, you can buy frozen pizza, but nothing beats the flavor and quality of a good homemade pizza.

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Chicken in a Skillet with pastaEveryday Meals

by zirbirt | 8/14/2015

It's chicken! It's in a Skillet! and... There is pasta.

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Orange ChickenEveryday Meals

by zirbirt | 9/1/2015

A surprisingly simple Asian inspired dish.

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Pork Chops with Potato GaletteEveryday Meals

by zirbirt | 8/6/2015

Pork and potatoes combine to create a simple rustic dinner that is very easy to make.

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Sloppy JoesEveryday Meals

by zirbirt | 7/20/2015

Few meals can excite children while still being very pleasing to adults. Sloppy joes are a wonderful comfort food, that can be both fun and delicious. This is my own version, which has been a hit with everyone who has tried it.

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Honey Garlic ChickenEveryday Meals

by zirbirt | 6/30/2015

A sticky mildly sweet chicken with just enough garlic flavor to make it a little more interesting. This dish can easily be spiced up to fit your tastes.

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Pinto BeansEveryday Meals

by zirbirt | 6/23/2015

First in the ham leftover series, of course, is pinto beans.

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Taco Tuesday: Mexican LasagnaEveryday Meals

by zirbirt | 7/1/2015

Layers of meat and cheese come together to make this delicious dinner.

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