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A rich, creamy sauce oozes from between layers of tender potato slices in this cheese-topped potato bake. We like to use desiree potatoes ...

A rich, creamy sauce oozes from between layers of tender potato slices in this cheese-topped potato bake. We like to use desiree potatoes ...

This traditional Vietnamese meat dish combines a sweet and sticky palm sugar caramel sauce with wonderfully tender pork rashers. It's a great shortcut for slow-cooking pork belly for hours, and is lovely served over noodles or rice.

This traditional Vietnamese meat dish combines a sweet and sticky palm sugar caramel sauce with wonderfully tender pork rashers. It's a great shortcut for slow-cooking pork belly for hours, and is lovely served over noodles or rice.

Vietnamese-style caramel pork: Stir-fry chunks of pork with shallots, ginger and chilli in a wok then add fish sauce and brown sugar for a sweet, sticky and spicy sauce

Vietnamese-style caramel pork: Stir-fry chunks of pork with shallots, ginger and chilli in a wok then add fish sauce and brown sugar for a sweet, sticky and spicy sauce

In my opinion, one of the best and tastiest comfort foods has got to be Sloppy Joes. This is my take on the traditional messy and delicious Sloppy Joe… using the slow cooker! Slow cooker Sloppy Joes are so easy to make and they taste sooooo good! These were always a favorite of mine and I …

In my opinion, one of the best and tastiest comfort foods has got to be Sloppy Joes. This is my take on the traditional messy and delicious Sloppy Joe… using the slow cooker! Slow cooker Sloppy Joes are so easy to make and they taste sooooo good! These were always a favorite of mine and I …

Best Bread Machine Sourdough from Food.com: This recipe gives a slightly dense bread with a slightly chewy crust and a little tang from the sour dough, depending entirely on your sourdough. A “San Francisco” sourdough starter is appropriate for this recipe.

Best Bread Machine Sourdough from Food.com: This recipe gives a slightly dense bread with a slightly chewy crust and a little tang from the sour dough, depending entirely on your sourdough. A “San Francisco” sourdough starter is appropriate for this recipe.