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Carolina Style Apple Cider Pulled Pork with Sweet & Smoky Mustard BBQ Sauce — Life, Love & Curry: The Artisan’s Kitchen — My Meals are on Wheels

There are a couple simple yet important steps in making a good batch of pulled pork. In any type of pulled pork preparation, the first is always patience. As some argue, a good barbecue is low and slow but some of us just don’t have that kind of time on our hands! So, I have […] […]

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Caribbean Jerk Baked Chicken — Cooks Well With Others — My Meals are on Wheels

It’s officially spring….buuuut… spring hasn’t quite sprung just yet. Still a little cold, but hey, it’s better than winter. And warmer days are coming soon 🙂 When I think of Caribbean Jerk, I think warmth and sunshine. So maybe that’s why I wanted to make this Caribbean Jerk Baked Chicken. The first time my husband […] […]

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Mom’s Classic Carrot Cake — Frugal Hausfrau

This is my Mom’s Classic Carrot Cake and for a while, it was a go-to for special occasions, especially since it was always a two-layer affair. I think I’ll always associate carrot cake with Easter…in my mind, I guess, Easter goes hand in hand with rabbits and rabbits eat, well, carrots – and just about…

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Baby Back Ribs (Fall off the Bone) — OlverIndulgence — My Meals are on Wheels

Ribs are yet another BBQ staple, so they need little introduction. There are a few different cuts, but we’re using baby back ribs tonight…but if you’re a St. Louis Ribs person, we’ve used this same cooking method, and it works for your preferred cut as well. There’s also a lot of debate out there about […] […]

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