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Company's Coming

Most Canadians know of the "Company's Coming" series of cookbooks. These spiral-bound gems are found on almost all of our bookshelves. Jean Pare has published not just those spiral books, but many larger hardcover books that bear the Company's Coming name too. Then there were the "Pint Size" books too, about 6 inches square and packed with great recipes. I have looked high and low on Zaar for Jean Pare's recipes, and am pleased to have gathered them here in one cookbook. Please let me know of others that belong here, if you find them in your Zaar explorations.
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Adapted from Company's Coming Make Ahead Meals by J. Pare.

Recipe #121090

Adapted from Company's Coming Make Ahead Meals.

Recipe #123101

From Company's Coming make Ahead Meals.

Recipe #123104

From Company's Coming Make Ahead Meals by J. Pare. When I made this myself, I found the sauce to be a little bland, feel free to add additional spices if desired.

Recipe #123127

Adapted from Company's Coming Make Ahead meals by J. Pare.

Recipe #123099

Adapted from Company's Coming Make Ahead meals by J. Pare. You can also add green, red, or jalapeño peppers to the meat sauce if desired. You can also make this in 2 8x8 baking pans.

Recipe #123098

This makes a huge batch, cut the recipe in half if desired. These cookies are best if they sit for a couple of days to soften. They freeze well also. From Company's Coming Cookie cookbook.

Recipe #68926

This is totally addictive! Based on a Jean Pare recipe. Serve with crackers, tortilla chips or Fritos. You could cut down on the chili powder if you wanted to.

Recipe #89488

3 Reviews |  By Dorel

From Company's Coming cookbook.I made this for a Peach pie I made and it turned out great, just like shorthbread, and by coating the shell with egg yolk before baking stops the filling from soaking in,

Recipe #72584

2 Reviews |  By Dorel

If you like nuts, you will love this. Not as sweet as some squares. I have a walnut tree and have lots of walnuts every year and this is my favorite walnut recipe. It comes from Company's Coming Cookbook.

Recipe #74723

1 Reviews |  By Dorel

These are a real treat. Recipe from Company's Coming cookbook. Posted by request.

Recipe #78823

11 Reviews |  By Dorel

A moist sqare with a caramel and chocolate flavor. This is from Company's Company Squares Cookbook. My family enjoys these and so do I. Hope you do too.

Recipe #78830

5 Reviews |  By Dorel

From Company's Coming cookbook. I've adjusted the recipe for 2 servings. This is a thin sauce but so tasty spooned over the chicken and mashed potatoes. Prep time does not include marinating. Easily doubled.

Recipe #101392

This recipe comes from Company's Coming, Christmas. But these are delicious any time of year. Grapes and almonds give a uniqueness to ordinary sprouts.

Recipe #54071

6 Reviews |  By Lennie

Posted in response to a request; I would be tempted to add a lot more seasonings.

Recipe #18423

1 Reviews |  By Lennie

My version of a couscous recipe from a Jean Pare holiday cookbook -- this delicious dish is very easy to prepare and makes a wonderful side dish when served beside seafood, chicken, turkey, or pork. If you want a vegetarian dish, simply substitute vegetable stock for the chicken stock. Standing time is included in the prep time.

Recipe #47005

9 Reviews |  By Lois M

This dish is a great way of using up leftovers, and is very versatile re: what meat/fish you use. My friend Donny made these for me and I loved them, I think the recipe originated in one of the Company's coming cookbooks, but both Donny & I have adjusted some stuff to our taste. Great pot luck addition.

Recipe #98610

3 Reviews |  By bert

I found this recipe in the Company's Coming cookbooks series and I have made it many times. If you like raspberry jam, you will love these.

Recipe #22634

Posted as a request. From a "Company's Coming" Cakes cookbook. Prep time is a guess and doesn't include the 2 hr. standing time to soak the poppy seeds.

Recipe #120848

A great way to "store" produce when the price is right! This recipe came from Company's Coming Cooking For The Seasons.

Recipe #69483

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