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    My Unreviewed Recipes

    I know many folks here look for unreviewed recipes to try, rather than already-reviewed, so I'm listing my unreviewed ones here. And THANKS IN ADVANCE for reviews; I appreciate them all!
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    Something a little different for your holiday munchies, to take to a potluck dinner, or just to serve as a snack.

    Recipe #15030

    This recipe is from, believe it or not, Elsie the Cow in her 1952 cookbook. Elsie says "This dish comes out of the East, probably Syria."

    Recipe #15234

    This unique cookie recipe is from a 1990 Betty Crocker booklet. It only makes 2 dozen, but they'd be very different on a Christmas goodies tray.

    Recipe #15341

    An authentic manhattan clam chowder, per request. I have not tried this, and it is quite different from a soup my grandmother made, which used tinned clams, had added bacon, etc. This sounds good though!

    Recipe #15639

    The Best of Bridge cookbooks are an excellent series of Canadian cookbooks. This recipe is taken from the "Grand Slam" book.

    Recipe #15744

    2 Reviews |  By Lennie

    This fabulous-sounding drink was published in the local Toronto newspaper. Haven't tried it yet, but intend to soon; it sounds perfect for a coffee lover like myself.

    Recipe #16117

    This is a unique celebrity recipe I just had to post! Haven't tried it, but it sounds divine.

    Recipe #16547

    Wouldn't this make a lovely Valentine's dinner for 2?

    Recipe #16708

    Found on the Net in response to a request.

    Recipe #16734

    Just had to post this very unusual beverage!

    Recipe #16772

    Found on the Net in response to a request. This recipe apparently originated with Better Homes and Gardens, in the late '70s.

    Recipe #17019

    1 Reviews |  By Lennie

    A wonderful fruit dessert, easily made with frozen blueberries if you can't find fresh. The province of Nova Scotia has an abundance of blueberries, hence the name. (Recipe originates with Canadian Living.)

    Recipe #17414

    1 Reviews |  By Lennie

    An old-fashioned treat that first gained popularity in the 1940s, I believe. Prep time includes overnight chilling time.

    Recipe #17758

    Found on the Net in response to a request.

    Recipe #17799

    Another Nettie Cronish vegetarian delight!

    Recipe #18105

    1 Reviews |  By Lennie

    I am posting some vegan recipes, untried by me but looking good!

    Recipe #18332

    Posted in response to a request; I haven't tried it and it looks a little fussy, but I'm sure it will taste delicious.

    Recipe #18608

    Maybe it's me, but I find the cooking time very short. This is from a 1965 fundraising cookbook for Toronto's Women's College Hospital.

    Recipe #18628

    1 Reviews |  By Lennie

    My grandfather loved prunes, but I don't know too many folks who still do; besides me, that is. This is from a 1965 fund-raising cookbook for Toronto's Women's College Hospital.

    Recipe #18635

    Posted in response to a request. Have not tried this myself and don't know if it's a stew or a soup, so I'll categorize it as both.

    Recipe #18826

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