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    This is from the october's Sainsbury's magazine. It is absolutely delicious and one of the quickest meals you could ever do with just 10 mins prep and 10 mins cooking time! I've made this with king prawns as well. Make sure you use the best quality ingredients you can afford because it makes a huge difference to the flavour.

    Recipe #103192

    This is from The Onion Cookbook by Brian Glover. It is a perfect starter because it looks beautiful and has a delicate taste.

    Recipe #123707

    20 Reviews |  By VickyJ

    This is a simple recipe that is great by itself or along side hamburgers, hot dogs, steak or a tossed salad. You can adjust the seasonings, if you wish.

    Recipe #227802

    This is a hit with the kids. Instead of gum drops, you can use jelly beans or other soft chewy candies. My son took two of these to a bake sale at school and sold them by the slice. I found this recipe in "Gold Medal Flour" holiday baking cookbook.Cook time includes 45 min of cooling time.

    Recipe #82698

    I love sugar snap peas and the crisp veggies in this salad. The sweetness of the ginger soy dressing adds a nice compliment. This is one of DH's favourite salads. Cook time is allowing for dressing to cool. Found this in one of my favourite magazine's "Cooking light".

    Recipe #151503

    A great pea soup requires the correct texture.If to much liquid is added the soup will be watery, and if too little is used, the soup is thick and gloppy. The sherry, broth and water plus blending 2 cups of the soup makes for the perfect texture while the bacon adds the subtle smokiness. Found this recipe in Cuisine at Home

    Recipe #196145

    If you love artichoke and spinach you will love these little pizzas. The cream cheese gives it a nice creamy texture. You could make your pizza dough or use store bought and make a large pizza and just add a bit of garlic or garlic butter to suit your taste. I serve this with a garden salad, or you could serve it as an appetizer Source: Pillsbury Bake Off Booklet, recipe submitted by Heather Halonie/Webster, Wisconsin

    Recipe #95690

    The combination of these ingredients is fantastic. The candied pecans give a nice little crunch to the salad. Add some seafood or grilled chicken and you have a full meal. To save time buy the prepackaged washed baby spinach. This recipe came from Rose Reisman's "Secrets for Permanent Weight Loss" cookbook.

    Recipe #159190

    I used pork for this recipe but you could also use chicken or turkey. It was a quick and easy recipe I found in the Canadian Living Magazine. The important thing is the kids loved it, and inexpensive to make. I used fresh mushrooms as I prefer them over canned. I served it with a side dish of the colored bow tie pasta and peas. I also bought prepared pork schnitzel from the butcher which saves a few steps.

    Recipe #113173

    I adopted this recipe from Recipezaar on February 13, 2005.

    Recipe #7272

    Courtesy of the Hershey's Kitchen, with a couple of my personal additions. Don't be scared by the cocoa powder! It adds a nice richness to the sandwiches - but it doesn't make them taste like chocolate :) Use the smaller amount of chili powder for less spicy "joes" :)

    Recipe #237942

    My mom was never much of a cook(bless her soul). She learned on her own. This was one of her "mistakes" that turned out just great! I've changed it ever so slightly. Time to prepare includes chilling time.

    Recipe #125957

    This is my grandmother's recipe and very moist and yummy!

    Recipe #192745

    2 Reviews |  By Kim D.

    I came up with this recipe to use up the number of cucuzzas I have growing in my garden. This spicy condiment is perfect on hot dogs or hamburgers. The relish can also be poured over a block of cream cheese and served as a dip with chips or crackers.

    Recipe #250384

    Comfort food! This is my all time favorite stew recipe, it never fails to impress.

    Recipe #146150

    I've made this about 1,000 times now that I've been in college. I was bored and hungry one day so I decided to play around in the spice rack and this is what I created. It's nicely seasoned, low carb and just super tasty. Italian and Pizza Seasonings can be used in place of the spices (just check to see if the ingredients are similar first though.)Also, the cook time really depends on how hot you decide to crank up your stove top. When cooking this I put it on the highest it goes which may mean that my cooking time is a bit short for some.

    Recipe #224336

    As usual, I'm not sure where this recipe comes from, but we make it for small dinner parties. The parcels look so elegant, but the recipe takes no time at all! I make my own pesto with basil and mint for this, but you could use a jar pesto. Fresh is so much nicer tho!

    Recipe #116838

    These are from my childhood. My mom made them and called them English Toffee. Because the chocolate chips and nuts are sprinkled on the top, you can make multiple kinds of cookies in a flash. She would split the pan in half and do 1/2 chocolate chip and 1/2 butterscotch chip. Then she would split it the other direction and do 1/2 with nuts and 1/2 without. How they are topped is only limited by your imagination. They really don't have any baking powder or soda in them.

    Recipe #243836

    I am trying to lighten my diet and LOVE stuffed Peppers but cannot have the rice in them. I was inspired to create a new recipe by embellishing (The Ala Frey) and using two recipes from two great Zaar chefs! Mirj inspired me with Mother of Invention Crockpot Klops recipe #119466 amd mickie49 with Tomato-wine sauce recipe #69658. A little bit of this a little bit of that and a pretty palatable meal was created! I hope you enjoy it as much as my family did. You can use any tomato sauce, but I wouldn't even THINK of using another. It is perfection and blends so well with the peppers.

    Recipe #154363

    I got this off of a recipe card freebie. I like that it has Peach Schnapps in it. Sounds yummy!! You have to let it set at room temp overnight. Prep time does NOT include this. In other words, plan ahead.

    Recipe #143542

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