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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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    4 Reviews |  By Lennie

    This is a grown-up hot chocolate, although you don't have to use the brandy. A good quality bittersweet dark chocolate can be substituted for the white chocolate if that's your preference.

    Recipe #48011

    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

    The recipe, from Ontario's Cataract Inn, is an excellent base for a salad dressing. The vinegar keeps well if refrigerated; expect it to last about a year.

    Recipe #122188

    Don't these sound delicious?! Posted in response to a request.

    Recipe #114634

    1 Reviews |  By Lennie

    So many folks worry about using raw eggs in salad dressings, so this dressing is a real find. Even better, it's absolutely delicious--and is so easy to make. Thanks to Bonnie Stern for this one.

    Recipe #87489

    This recipe is from The Tammy Wynette Southern Cookbook. In the book, she states that this recipe came to her from her cousin, Hazel Hall, from Red Bay, Alabama. Another one of my celebrity recipes!

    Recipe #87212

    Untried by me; posted in response to a request for beignets.

    Recipe #86145

    I haven't made this recipe; it's posted as a response to a request for stuffed spareribs. This is from "Chatelaine Cookbook: The Definitive Canadian Cookbook", released in the 1960s.

    Recipe #83131

    Posted in response to a request; while I have eaten these in a restaurant, I have never made them myself.

    Recipe #83094

    I have not yet tried this, but it is from an overdue library book (From Our Mothers' Kitchens) and I want to return the book tomorrow, so need to get the recipes I want to try copied down, pronto. I would very much like to try this fudge, but I know I don't have the arm strength to pull it off. I may try it with my heavy-duty mixer; what's the worst that could happen? Anita Stewart, the author of the cookbook and the daughter of the recipe's originator, says you can use this recipe to make chocolate fudge: "Add 3 coarsely diced squares of semisweet chocolate to the final mixture to make a creamy chocolate variation."

    Recipe #82022

    I have not yet tried this, but it is from an overdue library book (From Our Mothers' Kitchens) and I want to return the book tomorrow, so need to get the recipes I want to try copied down, pronto. I love anything mocha, and this frosting sounds so easy and so good. I think I'll have to make a chocolate cake just to try it!

    Recipe #82020

    I have not yet tried this, but it is from an overdue library book (From Our Mothers' Kitchens) and I want to return the book tomorrow, so need to get the recipes I want to try copied down, pronto. This bread sounds easy, and has a unique baking method (it goes into a cold oven). I think it would go very well with soup or stew.

    Recipe #80919

    I have not yet tried this, but it is from an overdue library book (From Our Mothers' Kitchens) and I want to return the book tomorrow, so need to get the recipes I want to try copied down, pronto. I have always liked a white clam sauce, but this sounds like a great variation.

    Recipe #80910

    This was the new cookie I tried for Christmas 2003 (found it in The Toronto Star newspaper). The kids didn't seem to go for them much, but all the adults really liked them. If you like the flavour combination of ginger and chocolate, then these cookies are for you! They're easy to make and keep very well when stored in airtight containers.

    Recipe #80651

    This President's Choice recipe is a wonderful cream sauce to serve over pork or chicken, or even veggies; thick, rich and luscious.

    Recipe #77968

    This recipe is from a 1959 Crisco cookbook, Praise For The Cook, and I'm posting it as part of my ongoing contribution of vintage recipes from my vast collection of older cookbooks. Apparently, this casserole is "good for busy "meeting" days" since you can "fix it in the morning and bake it for evening". If you do that, it will likely take longer than 30 minutes to heat through, though.

    Recipe #77896

    This recipe is from a 1959 Crisco cookbook, Praise For The Cook, and I'm posting it as part of my ongoing contribution of vintage recipes from my vast collection of older cookbooks.

    Recipe #77892

    Untried by me; submitted on behalf of a request for stuffings made without bread.

    Recipe #77170

    1 Reviews |  By Lennie

    I have only made this recipe once, but boy was it good. The next time I make it, I think I will cut back on the peppers (they don't go over too well at my home) and add some sauteed onion instead. This serves 12 as a snack, but less if you want to make these a meal (I'd recommend serving with mexican rice and a salad). Based on a Gail Hall recipe.

    Recipe #75314

    I discovered the "wee kick" a can of Rotel adds to stew just by accident, when I was making a beef stew but had no regular canned tomatoes on hand, but did have several tins of Rotel since I had stocked up on a trip to the U.S. (it's not sold here in Canada). It doesn't add a fiery kick, just a pleasant addition of some heat, making this stew a little different than most. But if you just want a great beef stew, by all means make this recipe without the Rotel. I'm sure you'll like it, with or without the canned tomatoes!

    Recipe #74911

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