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Beef prices have risen 14% this year while pork prices have jumped 12.1%, and poultry prices are up 6.6%. Grocery prices are headed higher later this year, according the U.S.’s largest supermarket by sales. Cincinnati-based Kroger Co., which had $132 billion in sales last year, says inflation is running hotter than management previously anticipated and that expectations are now for prices to rise 2% to 3% over the second half of this year. Kroger is “passing along higher cost to the customer where it makes sense to do so,” said CFO Gary Millerchip on the company’s second-quarter earnings call on Friday. Management at Kroger rival Albertsons Companies Inc. earlier this summer expressed similar concerns that inflation would pick up in the second half of the year and that they too...
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Pepper steak is one of the most popular dishes on any Chinese menu, but with this easy recipe, you can still get it delivered on the table with very little effort on your part. It derives its name from not only the sweet bell peppers that are cooked alongside the steak, but also from the liberal amount of pepper that’s added to the steak before it’s cooked. Don’t worry about that pepper making things too hot though – the sweet soy/ginger sauce balances everything out.
In a medium bowl, beat eggs slightly to mix. Remove skin from salmon. Add the salmon, 1/3 cup of the bread crumbs, onion, parsley and lemon juice to the eggs. Add salt and pepper to taste. (I don’t add any.) Mix well then shape into 5 patties. Coat the patties on both sides with the remaining bread crumbs.
If I could only eat one cuisine for the rest of my life, it would be Mexican, hands down. I love corn tortillas, the array of sauces, the smoky, spicy peppers. One of my favorite things about Mexican food is how flavorful the meats are. While most American meat recipes recommend seasoning meat with only a sprinkling of salt and pepper, my personal tastes have always leaned toward more robust flavors. My favorite meat dishes—from pulled pork to pot roast—are deeply seasoned and tender.
Whether you’re an experienced gluten-free baker or have just started experimenting with alternative flours my cookbook is guaranteed to make your mouth water. These recipes make it easy to enjoy all your favorite comfort foods, grain-free. Learn to make coconut flour muffins, breads, pancakes, burger buns, and more with this handy cookbook!
No holiday is complete without pumpkin pie. Sweet and creamy pumpkin puree mixed with all the best spices of fall and topped off with a dollop of whipped cream, there’s no better end to a big Thanksgiving or Christmas dinner. But when the turkey, roast, and side dishes have already taken up your oven space, there’s often no room for the last course of the meal. Luckily, the slow cooker can step up to the plate.
Hi everyone! Now, here’s a classic that never goes out of style! Year after year, decade after decade kids and adults alike have been crazy for this lovely bread – which can be served as a wonderful breakfast or turned into a delicious dessert. Any way you serve it, it will surely please the crowds! I’m sure by now you have already figured out what I’m talking about? It’s the banana bread, of course! This time it gets a yummy, sour cream filling that makes it even more tasty.
“If you like sweet, this is the cake for you. It is sweet, and rich and don’t eat much dinner. You will want to save room for this delectable dessert! Make it a small piece and make sure when you make it that you either have a large family or planning on having a party with lots of guests. Your guests will love you!”
The beauty of slow cooking is that it requires far less preparation than grilling, roasting, or frying. Simply stick your cut of meat into the slow cooker, top it with seasoning or your favorite sauce, set the temperature to low, and go about your day. When you arrive home from work or school, dinner is already made. These slow cooked pork chops are tender as can be, and bursting with flavor. They are great served over rice or with a side of potatoes.
Nothing is better than a slow-cooked beef roast. This meal is pure comfort food — tender beef cooked with garlic and beer. If you haven’t cooked with beer in your slow cooker, you have been missing out! The aroma that is created while the beef and beer are simmering is like no other.
Easy Crock Pot Chicken and Dumplings. Juicy chicken breasts cook to tender perfection in the slow cooker in a rich creamy sauce. Shortcut dumplings make this deliciously comforting meal effortless for a family favorite everyone will agree on.
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