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Wisconsin Grilled Cheese
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Wisconsin Grilled Cheese

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A white plate piled with Microwave Nachos, with two small bowls of sour cream and salsa.
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Microwave Nachos

This microwave nachos recipe makes for a delicious snack after work or during your favorite TV show. Anything with melted cheese is a winner, and we love how easy nachos in the microwave are to make!

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Three Barbeque ribs on a parchment-paper-covered cutting board, with a ramekin of barbeque sauce.
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Slow Cooker BBQ Ribs

Ribs have never been easier than with this slow cooker BBQ ribs recipe! Season and brown the ribs in morning, and then let them finish in the slow cooker.

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Close-up of a white bowl filled with Risotto topped with fresh mushrooms and thyme.
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Risotto with Mushrooms and Truffle Olive Oil

Making risotto with mushrooms can be a long and complicated process, but with a pressure cooker, it takes half the time. Risotto is a classic dish with dozens of possible variations; for example, you can add shrimp, pumpkin, and any combination of fresh herbs. One of our favorite versions involves mushrooms and truffle flavored olive oil. It's the perfect earthy complement to the creamy, cheesy rice. Risotto with mushrooms and olive oil will take you about half an hour in a pressure cooker, and is fairly hands-off: no standing over a hot stove stirring for twenty-five minutes!

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marinade in a bowl with a whisk
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Lemon-Herb Marinade

An easy and delicious recipe for marinade that's perfect with chicken, pork, or seafood!

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A white plate filled with Classic Fried Chicken and French fries.
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Classic Fried Chicken

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Sliced Egg Sandwich

Sliced Egg Sandwich Recipe

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Close-up of a white plate with a serving of grilled tilapia on a bed of brown rice, with asparagus spears and lime slices.
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Herbed Tilapia and Asparagus

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A red and white check bowl filled with Beef Stew, including carrots and potatoes.
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Lazy Day Freezer Stew

Keep a few bags of lazy day freezer stew in the fridge for those weeknights when you want a filling meal without any cooking. Hearty stew ingredients like beef, potatoes, carrots, and onions can be sealed in a freezer bag and stored for up to four months. When you're ready to eat, just throw it in the slow cooker. This is a great recipe to keep in mind for meals with lots of leftovers; it's easy to substitute beef with turkey, for example, or leave out a few of the vegetables. Just toss in whatever you have on hand, and you have yourself a bag of lazy day freezer stew!

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A clear bowl filled with blueberry soup on a white plate, topped with cinnamon, with a spoon and cinnamon sticks.
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Blueberry Soup

A refreshing and fruity take on a traditionally savory meal: blueberry soup is a great way to make use of blueberry jam and try something new.

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