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Poor Man's Steak lets you enjoy the classic flavor of Salisbury Steak even when you're on a budget. Ground beef is beefed up with cracker crumbs and then pan-fried into a gorgeously-browned steak. Then it's braised in mushroom soup, giving you a tender, savory dinner with a creamy gravy. Poor Man's Steak is certainly rich in flavor!

Posted: May 18
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Plum good? More like plum great or plum amazing! Plum Good Meatballs braises beefy, savory meatballs in a sauce unlike any other: the rich, deep fruit flavor of plums, the sweetness and spiciness of chili sauce, and the meatiness of beef bouillon meld into a luscious mixture that contrasts and elevates the meatball flavor into the stratosphere. Plum Good Meatballs can be piled on potatoes, escorted alongside egg noodles, or just eaten on their own with toothpicks and wide grins. You won't need to worry about leftovers with these.

Posted: May 19
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A classic part of Lowcountry cuisine, the Carolina Shrimp Boil is almost like seafood soup without the soup. Bright and sweet corn, fluffy potatoes, and tender, savory shrimp are all braised in a broth seasoned with Old Bay spices. Every bite is infused with Southern heat and smokiness, with even more Old Bay seasoning to amplify it all to your tastebuds' delight! Often served atop butcher's paper to encourage everyone at the table to grab what they want, the Carolina Shrimp Boil is as socially fun as it is scrumptious!

Posted: May 23
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Ground beef has been the culinary cornerstone of bolognese sauces for years, but it's about to be booted off the throne! Short Rib Bolognese incorporates a comforting richness and depth of flavor into the classic slow-cooked tomato sauce, and you can taste the difference: the sauce is beefier and sweeter, and you'll be wondering how you ever made do with jarred sauces before. Infused with the sharpness of parmesan cheese, the sunniness of white wine, and the freshness of garden vegetables, Short Rib Bolognese is the kind of sauce that you might want to make extra servings of tender pasta to enjoy with, so you don't miss a drop.

Posted: May 25
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While the name might suggest an Italian origin, Chicken Marbella actually traces its history back to New York City's Jewish population in the 1970s; this was and still is a classic Shabbat dinner designed to amaze and relax everyone at the table. The fatty, savory chicken thighs are braised in a tangy, sweet, and aromatic sauce infused with the rich floral flavor of plums. Served over tender couscous and with a meaty, sparklingly bright wine sauce, Chicken Marbella is how you really begin a weekend!

Posted: May 27
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Steakhouse Soup actually has a double meaning: it's the kind of hearty soup you'd find on the menu at your local chophouse and it's essentially a steak dinner in soup form! Steakhouse Soup has tender, juicy steak braised in a beefy, herbaceous broth infused with steak sauce for an extra tangy flavor. Fresh vegetables and fluffy, buttery potatoes swim alongside the steak for full suppertime satisfaction. Best of all, you can set your slow cooker to simmer the soup in the morning and come home to the full steakhouse experience! Coming home after a long day never felt quite so inviting.

Posted: June 1
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Red Pepper Chicken is the kind of welcome home you want after a long day. It's a slow cooker meal that requires very little prep work and then voila! It makes itself. The slow-stewed red peppers and tomatoes add brightness and sweetness to the savory chicken for a well-rounded meal in one dish. Red Pepper Chicken will warm its way into your heart with its heartwarming flavor!

Posted: June 1
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Easy Peasy Peachy Barbecue Chicken is barbeque without the grilling, but never lacking in flavor! Savory, fatty, dark meat chicken drumsticks are slow-cooked to tender juiciness, so you can set it and forget it! Moreover, it cooks the chicken in a tangy, thick, sweet barbeque sauce you'll want to lick from your fingers. Easy Peasy Peachy Barbecue Chicken takes no effort at all, so you can get the cookout started while barely lifting a finger... until it's time to dig into these drumsticks, that is.

Posted: June 8
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Southern Chops and Rice is another wonderful example of a one-pot meal that brings everything you could want to the table: fluffy rice, earthy black-eyed peas, bright bell peppers, and spicy chiles. But the country-cooked chops are what will steal your heart with their heartwarming flavor: coated with fragrant seafood seasoning, these chops are juicy and savory, with that distinct pork sweetness that brings out the best in its pairings. Southern Chops and Rice is Southern cooking at its finest and speediest. It's time to enjoy suppertime, not stress over it.

Posted: June 13
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There are so many occasions to whip up a Beaumont Pot Roast. Maybe it's raining today and you want to come home to a steaming plate of savory, tender beef that melts in your mouth. Or perhaps you just want to conclude a busy day with a restaurant-quality meal that's saturated in a herbaceous, luscious sauce with notes of mushroom and luxurious red wine. Beaumont Pot Roast basically cooks itself, so you can treat yourself to a five-star meal without all the effort. Maybe the best occasion to enjoy this meal is simply whenever you want!

Posted: June 20