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    This is a modified recipe, originally called Farmhouse Cheddar Soup, which I clipped out years ago. I make it often and freeze in individual servings to reheat. You can reserve 1 1/2 c of the cauliflowerets to saute in some butter and add after the soup has been pureed. I usually just puree it all in the soup pot with a hand blender.

    Recipe #106611

    If using Canada Red Rhubarb you may not need as much sugar.

    Recipe #173983

    Using lean pork tenderloin (it's comparable to boneless, skinless chicken breast in fat and calories) is the ticket to a fast and healthy family meal. From BHG.

    Recipe #173563

    I haven't tried these yet but they sound so good!

    Recipe #121780

    This is a really easy and yummy way to use up some strawberries.

    Recipe #122040

    This recipe is a little different because it used fresh strawberries. The cook time is an estimate since I'm not sure about it.

    Recipe #122269

    This one takes a couple hours because the strawberries have to soak up the cointreau, so allow enough time for that. If you don't want to whip your own whipped cream just use it from a can! This is from The Vancouver Sun Newspaper, 1996.

    Recipe #122276

    Recipe #122785

    Yummy! A nice copy cat for the ones you get in the mall.

    Recipe #122787

    From the Lobster Pot Restaurant in Provincetown, MA Wilting is sort of half cooking so that the veggies are tender crisp.

    Recipe #139261

    Recipe #52826

    Serve with crackers or what ever you like.

    Recipe #79766

    This would be a great addition to your Super Bowl party or for any other time you entertain. Very easy and sooooo good! Serve with crackers of your choice.

    Recipe #81363

    Recipe #139253

    This was given to me by my Canadian friend and she says it's traditional French Canadian food. You can top individual servings with ketchup or mustard if you like. You can also add chopped onion to the meat if you want.

    Recipe #173167

    Creamy Summer Dessert for the World Tour II chock full of peaches and raspberries

    Recipe #173530

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