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Canada-Zaar World Tour #4

These are recipes for the Zaar World Tour 2008!
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This is an easy, tasty snack that you and your kids will love! Adapted from Canadian Living. New England, Mid Atlantic, Canadian

Recipe #140245

Adapted from Torontos Open Window Bakery by way of Matthew Goodman, you have to try these! Prep time is an estimate.

Recipe #120460

I got this off the internet. I have been looking for some good whole grain cereals. This one is good and very good for you!! If you don't have wild rice, try brown rice.

Recipe #58810

An exceptional way to use venison!

Recipe #50798

Canada, and especially British Columbia, are known for their great berries! I love raspberries and this is a great way to have them all year long! Adapted from Vegetarian Times magazine.

Recipe #174384

Adapted from the DesBarres Manor Inn in Guysborough, Nova Scotia, this is a great side dish!

Recipe #220946

This wonderful dish was prepared by chef Willie White of New Brunswick, Canada's incredible Algonquin Hotel.

Recipe #176084

Rich and simple, this recipe came from RazzleDazzle recipes.

Recipe #170161

This recipe is from the Can Opener Gourmet by Laura Karr. A Mid West, New England, and Canadian recipe!

Recipe #111840

A quick, easy and delicious breakfast you can make up and take with! To make up a quick batch of almond butter, see my recipe posted!

Recipe #172630

The subtle flavors and the ravishing colors combine to make this dish a unique experience.

Recipe #43344

This is as easy as pie, and yummy too! From Woman's Day magazine.

Recipe #88132

Blueberries are so yummy, especially in this dessert! Cook time includes time for makeing sauce. The sweet dessert known as Bread pudding (not be confused with bread and butter pudding) is rather more popular in the UK than in the US, but it is hardly unknown in America, especially in the south. Bread Pudding has been around a long time. It’s been around in England since the 13th century. It has its origins as a source of food for the poorer elements of society, and was in fact called “Poor Man’s Pudding”.

Recipe #45614

A delicious bread. Try not to eat the whole loaf at one sitting! Adapted from Cook Now Serve Later cookbook. New England, Scandinavian, Mid Atlantic, South, West, Mid West

Recipe #146444

Adapted from a Food Network Special called Blue Ribbon Winners, this is definately a winner! Apples and cranberries are used in New England, Canada, the Mid West and the Mid Atlantic!

Recipe #130193

This is a British Columbian recipe from Canada. The soil is so rich there, it produces luscious berries and apples. UPDATE: Due to reviews, I have added sugar to the ingredients. Add to taste or don't use-your choice!

Recipe #173710

With raspberries and almonds, this is packed with fiber! From the California Almond Board.

Recipe #174602

This is very good and easy too! Feel free to use different nuts or dried fruit. Adapted from Vegetarian Times magazine. Posted for the World Tour-New England, Mid Atlantic, Mid West, Canadian and also Asian.

Recipe #174359

A yummy tea using cranberries, lemon and orange juice. A great way to perk up those cold Canadian nights!

Recipe #174352

Perfect for holidays or anytime! From Cooking Pleasures magazine.

Recipe #155828

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