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  1. I can’t get this to work in the lounge, so I will post it here. I am going to start my own sexy male song and artist in Big Red Recipes because I am having fun with it. If you don’t care, then ignore it and move on, it is as simple as that. There has to be other women on this board that loves to be romanced by a song besides me. It’s a woman thing lol. It always can’t be a man thing in here laughing. I owe the dude a cake and a beer for making me laugh so hard on that Michael video. This male artist is right up there with Michael:
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    This Gal Cooks

    https://www.thisgalcooks.com/category/appetizers-small-bites/ https://www.thisgalcooks.com/recipes/
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    Pork Roast/Gravy Pic

    I made pork roast, lima beans, potatoes and gravy for dinner last night. This pork roast always comes out tender. I always bake a roast at 220 degrees all day. You will get a tender roast everytime. Pork Roast: Peel potatoes, wash in colander and cut in half, if not making mashed potatoes, Slice some white onions and chop up some garlic; add to bottom of roasting pan. ***Or just use Christopher Ranch You can add baby carrots and sliced fresh mushrooms. Pour 2–(32-oz.)-Cartons Kitchen Basics Unsalted Beef Stock over veggies. You want enough broth to cover the veggies well so they don’t dry out when baking! Rub the pork recipe roast on both sides with Christopher Ranch Minced Garlic. Sometimes I will use Christopher Ranch Crushed Garlic. Rub Liptons Recipe Secrets Beefy Onion Soup Mix over top and bottom of pork roast; sprinkle a few dashes of pepper over. Put pork roast on rack. Put lid on and bake at 220 degrees all day. The longer it bakes, the more tender it will be. Gravy: 1/2 Cup Butter 1/2 Cup All-Purpose Flour 2 Cans Beef Broth ***I Use Can Broth So I Don’t Have To Degrease Broth 2 Packages McCormick Pork Gravy Mix Milk-(To Taste) Kitchen Bouquet, To Taste If You Need It In a large skillet, melt butter over medium low heat. Slowly add in flour; whisk to make a roux. After a few minutes, the flour will be well incorporated into the butter. Slowly add in the broth; whisk. Add in 2 packages McCormick Pork Gravy Mix; whisk. Add in some milk, to make it creamy; season with salt and pepper. Add some kitchen bouquet if you need to. Serve gravy over pork roast and potatoes.
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    Going To Do This

    This song has special meaning to me. I dedicated this song to my sister when I was in rehab from being in a coma. My sister was my eyes when I couldn’t see and she fought for me when I couldn’t! Thank goodness she got me out of that hospital I was in and I was helicopter flown to Immanuel Hospital in Omaha! That hospital saved my life! It’s the best!
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    Potato Wedges/Pic

    I made these last night with grilled steak. I had them last night using the recipe below and I had a couple of them for lunch today. Today I put some jalapeño cheese sauce over them along with a few dashes of Cajun Seasoning. I posted that jalapeño sauce recipe here a day or so ago. They were both good and these are easy to make; I used 4 potatoes. Preheat oven to 350 degrees. Spray a cookie sheet or baking pan with Pam. 2-4 Russet Potatoes 1 Packet Hidden Valley Ranch Dressing 2 Tablespoons Olive Oil Cut potatoes into wedges; put in colander and wash Put the wedges into a resealable bag. Add the Olive Oil and 1 packet Hidden Valley Ranch Dressing Seal bag and toss to coat. Bake in preheated 350 degree oven for 30 minutes or until tender. It all depends on how big the wedges are. The wedges I made took longer, about an hour.