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Red Pear & French Bean Salad

Red Pear & French Bean Salad
Posted in : American, Brunch or Lunch, French, Soups - Salads - Sandwiches on by : Cook Plate Fork
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This salad recipe is a deliciously yummy option for a dinner salad or side dish when you want to eat more than just a simple leafy green salad. A salad that features a zestful vegetable and fruit duo with a combination of textures, color, and flavor. This Red Pear & French Bean Salad is perfect
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Instant Pot – Cheesy Green Pepper Sun Dried-Tomato Strata

Instant Pot – Cheesy Green Pepper Sun Dried-Tomato Strata
Posted in : American, Breakfast, Brunch or Lunch, Instant Pot on by : Cook Plate Fork
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This custardy, bready, cheesy breakfast strata is going to be on your – My Favorite Breakfasts – list. So what is a strata, you ask. A strata is a crustless quiche that incorporates bread with eggs and other ingredients. Typically they would be breakfast staples. Though you could prepare a strata with dinner staples. Such
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Parmesan Scalloped Potatoes

Parmesan Scalloped Potatoes
Posted in : American, England, French, German, Party Favorites, Side Dish on by : Cook Plate Fork
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In modern times potatoes have grown in popularity due to their versatility and ability to be used for many different dishes of food. And Parmesan Scolloped Potatoes is one of those fishes. Parmesan scalloped potatoes are the ultimate side dish. This is a potato dish that is tender, creamy and so delicious. The parmesan cheese
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Banana Walnut Cream Cheese Frosting

Banana Walnut Cream Cheese Frosting
Posted in : American, Cooking Methods & Food Reviews, Dessert on by : Cook Plate Fork
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Cream Cheese was invented in the U.S. in the 1870s by a New York dairyman named William Lawrence. Cream cheese frosting became popular in the 1960s, due to increasing availability of packaged cream cheese in supermarkets. The frosting is a traditional choice for red velvet cakes, carrot cakes, spice cakes, and banana cakes.

Oven Roasted St. Louis Style Pork Ribs

Oven Roasted St. Louis Style Pork Ribs
Posted in : American, Party Favorites, Pork on by : Cook Plate Fork
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Oven-baked ribs can be made any time of the year and turn out tender and deliciously yummy every time. Taken from the belly side of the hog, St. Louis-style spare ribs are bigger and meatier than baby back ribs (taken from the upper loin section of the pig, near the spine) with a uniform shape
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