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Reuben Wraps- These easy Reuben wraps are a wonderful lunch or quick dinner recipe, and have all the flavor of a delicious Reuben sandwich! They're a great way to use up any corned beef you have left over from St. Patrick's Day! | easy recipe, food, Saint Patrick's Day, quick recipe, leftovers

Reuben Wraps-They're a great way to use up any corned beef you have left over from St. These easy Reuben wraps are a wonderful lunch or quick dinner recipe, and have all the flavor of a delicious Reuben sandwich!

Tenderized cuts of beef, fried until crispy, and coated in a garlic and ginger sauce – 30 Minute Ginger Beef is an inexpensive dinner the whole family will love! 30 Minute Ginger Beef – I could eat this every day…

30 Minute Ginger Beef – I could eat this every day of my life and never grow tired of it. And, with only 30 minutes from prep to table, there’s really no reason why I shouldn’t! Before John.

Endlich wieder Spargelzeit: Umwickelt mit Speck lassen sich die grünen Stangen auch toll auf den Grill legen :-)

12 asparagus spears 6 prosciutto slices Cut prosciutto strips in half lengthways. Wrap the bottom end of prosciutto over the asparagus start rolling in a spiral up, leaving tip exposed. Fry wrapped asparagus spears until prosciutto is brown and crispy.

Slow Cooker Angel Pork Chops - THE BEST pork chops EVER! Everyone cleaned their plate!!! SO tender and full of flavor. Pork chops, Italian dressing mix, cream cheese, butter, cream of chicken soup and white wine/chicken broth. Serve over angel hair pasta. Make sure to spoon the sauce out of the slow cooker - it is SO good!!!

Slow Cooker Angel Pork Chops - THE BEST pork chops EVER! Everyone cleaned their plate! SO tender and full of flavor. Pork chops, Italian dressing mix, cream cheese, butter, cream of chicken soup and (Lemon Butter Pork Chops)

The Incas really knew what they were doing when it came to nutrition. Quinoa (or quinua) was a major part of their diet, second only to the potato. They held it sacred, and called it the 'mother ...

The Incas really knew what they were doing when it came to nutrition. Quinoa (or quinua) was a major part of their diet, second only to the potato. They held it sacred, and called it the 'mother .