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Chicken Milanese is actually an American twist on an Italian classic that simply tastes amazing. The chicken is breaded and seasoned to delicious crunchy perfection, while the inside is savory and juicy! Then, for extra richness and flavor, each slice of chicken is pan-fried in butter. Chicken Milanese is a speedy dinner perfect for throwing over pasta with a refreshing splash of lemon flavor that is hearty and wholesome!

Posted: June 24
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What could possibly give Bang Bang Shrimp one extra “bang”? Oh yes! Serving it with spicy noodles! This Bang Bang Shrimp Pasta is for all you heat lovers out there. The shrimp is roasted in the oven in spices and then tossed with spaghetti and sauce that features Thai sweet chiles, Sriracha, and red pepper flakes. You might want to serve a glass of milk with this Bang Bang Shrimp Pasta because it can truly turn up the heat.

Posted: June 24
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We all love a steak with a nice crust on it. But it can be hard to control the temperature or preferred doneness when cooking steak in a hot, hot skillet. One way to hack this problem is with Reverse Sear Steak, which basically means roasting steak in the oven to perfection, then searing it in a cast-iron skillet. To finish, baste the Reverse Sear Steak in a butter-herb sauce for that golden glow of extra richness.

Posted: June 24
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After a wonderful time out on the boat, plunging into the water, or lounging by the shore, there’s something nostalgic about finishing the day with an old-fashioned cookout. Pop’s Lake House Burger captures those feelings atop a toasted buttered bun! These burgers are extra meaty and with a touch of tang to make them especially savory. Grilled to summertime juicy perfection, you’ll never think of barbeques the same way! Pull out the deck chairs and gather around the fire pit to best enjoy Pop’s Lake House Burger.

Posted: June 30
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In the Midwest (particularly Minnesota), Tater Tot Casserole is also known by the colloquial name of “hotdish.” It’s basically a beef, corn, and cheese casserole topped with tater tots for a dish that’s big on nostalgic comfort. What’s great is that you can easily share this comfort with others who might need it as the Tater Tot Casserole freezes and reheats well. Share a big scoop of warmth with a loved one in need.

Posted: October 5
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Making a brisket doesn't have to be overwhelming. Beginners Brisket allows you to enjoy the tender, juicy beef with its complexity of flavors without the fuss. In a tangy, sweet, herbaceous sauce, Beginners Brisket is flavorful and as easy to make as it is to enjoy! Make sure you have plenty of sides to enjoy alongside this magnificent main course.

Posted: December 2
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Easy Spaghetti and Meatballs is a classic dish made simple. Al dente spaghetti noodles are mixed with fresh marinara sauce, tender, flavorful meatballs, and sharp Parmigiano-Reggiano cheese. Easy Spaghetti and Meatballs is the ideal Italian comfort food, especially for a romantic dinner for two!

Posted: November 30
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There’s almost no combination of food more heartwarming than chicken, pasta, and cheese. Chicken Parmesan Casserole combines all those elements for a take on the classic Italian-American dish of chicken Parmesan. To make the recipe even simpler and quicker, use frozen breaded chicken tenders instead of breading and frying fresh chicken. Chicken Parmesan Casserole freezes well and makes a great gift for those needing a little homemade comfort.

Posted: March 5
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Chicken breasts just got a whole lot more interesting with this Cashew Crusted Chicken. Not only is the meat coated by this tasty crunchy nut, but it’s also flavored with out-of-the-box ingredients like curry powder, mustard, and apricot jam. The result is a one-of-a-kind dinner you’ll be dying to share with friends. Serve the Cashew Crusted Chicken with a green salad and focaccia bread.

Posted: February 8
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Give pork an autumn edge with this Maple Glazed Pork Tenderloin recipe. Maple syrup and sage bring seasonal flavor to the juicy meat that’s seared in a skillet with butter. This quick dinner would taste divine alongside mashed sweet potatoes and roasted brussels sprouts. Maple Glazed Pork Tenderloin would also make a great Thanksgiving alternative to turkey!

Posted: November 12