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Supposedly, Coq au Vin has a history dating back to Julius Caesar's invasion of what is now France. A dish with that kind of history just has to be amazing, and it is! Coq au Vin marinades and braises chicken until it's fall-off-the-bone tender, in a rich wine sauce. With plenty of hearty and savory mushrooms, sweet pearl onions, and delightful herbs and spices, this dish is filled with complex flavors that come together to make something marvelous! It may take a little patience to make it, but once you try you'll know it's worth it... and you'll be planning for the next time you can whip it up!

Posted: February 15
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Ahoy! Step aboard the flavor ship of the Country Captain! This Southern favorite features butter-browned chicken, cooked in a rich and aromatic tomato sauce. The meat falls off the bone and the onions and peppers give a satisfyingly fresh crunch to each bite! Let your taste buds set sail with this savory and spiced dinner.

Posted: November 3
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No-Fuss Pork Chops do exactly what it says on the tin: serves up juicy, savory pork chops without all the stress. In just half an hour or less, you'll have chops braised and glazed in a tropical, sweet, and tangy glaze that you'll want to eat with a spoon. Perfect for piling over noodles, No-Fuss Pork Chops are hearty and satisfying without causing you stress. Get ready for a new weeknight favorite!

Posted: March 14
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Creamy Tomato Chicken Skillet: you just need to hear the name to have your mouth start watering. Bright, rich, creamy, savory—the Creamy Tomato Chicken Skillet sounds and tastes both luxurious and home-cooked. The juicy chicken pairs wonderfully with the sweet and umami sauce, the sharp parmesan, and the garden-fresh kale. Plus, you can cook it all in just one dish for easy clean-up. Weeknight dinners just got more delightfully decadent!

Posted: December 16
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Route 66 in the United States runs straight through Tex-Mex country, through the top of Texas, cutting New Mexico and Arizona almost in half on its way to California. Route 66 Chili tastes like all the flavors picked up across the American Southwest: hearty, tender pork and beef, spicy stew broth, rich tomatoes, and beans, with strong succulent seasonings. When the road gets bumpy and dusty, it's wonderful knowing there's a heaping bowl of Route 66 Chili cooking itself for you in your slow cooker. Happy trails are sure to follow!

Posted: December 15
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Chicken Vindaloo stems from a fusion of Indian and Portuguese cuisines and has become a spicy staple in Indian restaurants around the world. It's just the dish you need to get you fired up this winter! Chicken Vindaloo marinates in a tangy, spicy sauce with notes of smokiness, sweetness, and sharpness to highlight its delicious savory flavors. Serve this over naan or rice for a complete meal.

Posted: January 18
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Lemon Butter Salmon recognizes that fatty, indulgent salmon doesn't need much to improve it; all it needs are flavors that complement it and bring out the best in it. The brightness of the lemon and the richness of the butter accent and elevate the fish flavor to maximum savoriness and heartiness. Lemon Butter Salmon tastes like a seafood restaurant's star dish that only takes 10 minutes to make. Your weeknight dinners just became 5-star affairs!

Posted: April 8
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Grillmasters and meat maestros have long known the power of soda pop as a marinade. Root Beer Pulled Pork takes that knowledge to the next level! Slow-cooked to tender perfection in sweet and zingy root beer, this pork is juicy and extra flavorful. Root Beer Pulled Pork will become a staple of your summer cookouts, especially when you pile it high on toasted buns!

Posted: March 22
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The tart and tropical flavors of pineapple bring out the natural sweetness and savoriness of meatballs, helping these Potluck Hawaiian Meatballs to pack quite a punch. With plenty of tang and smokiness from the barbecue sauce, these Potluck Hawaiian Meatballs will send your taste buds to sunny beaches! For some bonus fun, pair them with a few sliced Hawaiian rolls for a festive and fantastic sandwich.

Posted: December 28
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Remember coming in from the cold and finding a steaming bowl of savory, thick, warming broth almost overflowing with tender beef? That feeling of taking off your coat and letting the stew melt the winter's grip off your cheeks is only a few ingredients away. Old-Fashioned Beef Stew is filled with nourishing vegetables and a deeply meaty broth that can revitalize you after being out in the blistering cold. Your face will flush, not with the chill, but with happiness!

Posted: November 18