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1 June, 2017

Spicy Garlicky Pork Tenderloin Medallions

Spicy Garlicky Pork Tenderloin Medallions
Posted in : Gluten Free, Main Course, meat, Paleo, Quick and Easy on by : poppop
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Spicy Garlicky Pork Tenderloin Medallions You can prepare Pork Tenderloins a ton of different ways. Doing them this way lends itself real well to “Quick and Easy Recipes for Busy People”. The medallions cook a lot faster than a whole tenderloin and as soon as they are seared in the skillet you could just go
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25 May, 2017

Shrimp and Broccoli Stir Fry – Fifteen Minutes

Shrimp and Broccoli Stir Fry – Fifteen Minutes
Posted in : Gluten Free, Main Course, Quick and Easy, seafood on by : poppop
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Yes, you will have this Shrimp and Broccoli Stir Fry with Rice ready to serve in fifteen minutes. Maybe even just ten! YOU will do it better and faster than take out or delivered! The quality and size of the shrimp makes a difference so I gut up and pay for wild caught that is very large or jumbo size. But,
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21 May, 2017

Easy Blackened Salmon Dinner – 20 Minutes – Gluten Free – Paleo

Easy Blackened Salmon Dinner – 20 Minutes – Gluten Free – Paleo
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This Easy Blackened Salmon Dinner is… …….. also very very good.  Skinless salmon filets work best for this recipe. If you buy the salmon fresh the person helping you will skin them if you ask. If you buy them frozen look for some that have already been skinned. You could use a lot of different combos of ingredients
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18 May, 2017

Barcelona Mussels Recipe – A Keeper – 25 Minutes

Barcelona Mussels Recipe – A Keeper – 25 Minutes
Posted in : Appetizers, Main Course, Quick and Easy, seafood on by : poppop
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Barcelona Mussels Recipe – It was 1959 and I was in the Coast Guard on a ship headed from Brooklyn to Naples. After 7 days at sea we had gone through the Straits of Gibraltar and docked in Barcelona, Spain. Some of us were given liberty and didn’t have to report back until muster the following morning.
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