Gluten-Free Turkey and Bacon Meatballs

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Let the scent of bacon beckon your family to the table with this twist on standard meatballs. These gluten-free goodies are a luscious medley of juicy ground turkey, salty bacon, onions, garlic, and fresh herbs. After a quick bake in the oven, they’re served with warm marinara. Read on for the recipe.

How to Cook Pork Tenderloin in the Electric Pressure Cooker

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The fun of cooking pork tenderloin in the electric pressure cooker lies in the fact that it’s nearly effortless, and you get a fantastic, simple pan sauce that’s made in the same pot for easy cleanup. You can have a juicy protein entree on the table in less than 30 minutes that’s bursting with flavor. Read more now.

How to Cook Bacon in the Oven

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This is the best method for cooking bacon in the oven. It’s extremely quick, easy, and saves you from having to hover over the stove as it cooks. The breakfast meat gets crispy in and it comes out perfectly cooked every single time. Eat it as is or use it in recipes. And don’t forget to save the fat too. Read more now.

Classic American Pulled Pork for Sandwiches and More

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Piled on a plate or served on a sandwich, this classic American pulled pork is so versatile, and making it is totally foolproof – even a barbecue beginner can master this simple recipe. Cooked low and slow for hours, the results are smoky and tender, and the tangy sauce pops with flavor. Learn how to make it now.

Homemade Chorizo and Potato Tacos

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When you can’t get those gloriously spicy Mexican flavors out of your mind, give this recipe a try. Skip the line at the taco stand and roll up your sleeves. These carefully crafted handhelds are layered with a homemade chorizo-potato pairing, herby cilantro, chopped onions, and loads of lime. Read on for the recipe.

There’s No Place Like Home with Classic Meatloaf and Gravy on the Menu

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Need a basic meatloaf recipe that’s tender and flavorful? Try Foodal’s version with simple ingredients like onion, garlic, fresh breadcrumbs, and a tangy ketchup glaze. It’s perfect served hot from the oven, and as leftovers all week. Get the recipe for this comfort food classic now.

How to Cook Pork Shoulder in the Electric Pressure Cooker

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Forget taking hours to cook pork shoulder. When you learn how to cook it in the electric pressure cooker, you’ll love how little time it takes. You can serve the roast in slices, or you can shred it with two forks to fill tacos and more. The flavor can even be customized with your choice of spice blend. Read more now.

Sweet and Spicy Barbecue Pork Sliders

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Find the fluffiest buns you can and hop on this slider train stat. These magnificent mini sandwiches are layered with juicy pork slices, tart pickles, and a scratch-made, smoky barbecue sauce infused with Worcestershire, peach preserves, and chipotle peppers in adobo. Keep reading to wrap your hands around this recipe.

Ham and Cheese Sliders for Game Day

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Whether you’re tailgating at home or you need a last minute snack to feed a crowd, baked ham and cheese sliders are super simple to make, and totally flavorful. This recipe is a great way to use up holiday leftovers, too. The onion Worcestershire sauce pops on your taste buds and the melted cheddar is gooey perfection.

Slow Cooker Pork Tacos Are the Lazy Cook’s Dream for Taco Tuesday

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Whether you’re a lazy cook or you feel like there just aren’t enough hours in the day, slow cooker pork tacos are an easy Taco Tuesday fix. Made with all natural ingredients, the seasoned meat is tender and juicy, with a sauce that’s made right there in the slow cooker. Plus, there’s only 5 minutes of prep. Read more.

Slow Cooker Chili Rubbed Pork Roast Is the Ultimate Comfort Food

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If you are looking for a delicious, flavorful meal, we’ve got the recipe for you. This slow cooker chili rubbed pork roast comes together in a few simple steps. The meat is tender and savory, the ideal centerpiece to a comforting dinner at home. The whole family will gobble it up in no time. Get the recipe now.

Wake Up Your Taste Buds with Homemade Sweet and Sour Pork

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Is your mundane menu in need of a wake-up call? Our sweet and sour sauce will set off your taste buds’ alarms. Tender pork is marinated in an aromatic mix of garlic, ginger, and soy, then tossed into a sticky-sweet pool of sauce with crunchy peppers and onions. Read more to get the lowdown on this comforting classic.