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    This was the first meal Andrew made for me, when we first starting going out years ago. Must have been good! I like it with lots of sauce so I use two cans of soup but Andrew says the original recipe only called for one can of soup so please adjust to your taste.

    Recipe #17110

    My mother writes: "This is enough to take care of roughly two quarts of finger-sized pickling cucumbers." Seems like an easy recipe, but one that requires a little patience.

    Recipe #37062

    This is the simplest of recipes and proof that you can make something lovely and tasty to remind you of summer for months to come out of only two ingredients. The time to make this dish includes time to let the berries drip overnight and for the sugar to heat. The yield is based on 4 quarts of berries.

    Recipe #37024

    This is one of my mother's recipes. I have never made it but I certainly remember eating it! The pickles are very tart but tasty for anyone who likes mustard.

    Recipe #36766

    This is a Canadian take on chili -- hope you like it hot and spicy!

    Recipe #35874

    This is a recipe that my boyfriend got at school in 1980 and he's been making it ever since.

    Recipe #35493

    I tried many recipes before I found this one and I think it is the best baked bean recipe ever!! It is worth every single minute of cooking, enjoy!!

    Recipe #30279

    This is delicious anytime, but best in early summer when all the veggies are fresh from the garden! Serve with a nice salad and some crusty bread.

    Recipe #21733

    This moist bread has been in the family for as long as I can remember. I like it because it's easily thrown together in one bowl and very moist -- perfect for a snack at work or school!

    Recipe #17123

    This recipe came from the back of the President's Choice chocolate chip package. They are soft and slightly chewy. Don't overbake them or they'll just be hard!

    Recipe #131151

    I have tried many roll recipes and never been completely satisfied but this one finally fits the bill! It is easy, no complicated ingredients, and the rolls rise up to make very fluffy bread. Thanks go to my aunt Joyce in Nova Scotia for this one.

    Recipe #77744

    I found this recipe in a 1960's booklet, sponsored by the Brewers Association of Canada, that features nothing but beer recipes for every course you can imagine.

    Recipe #77639

    This comes from a 1960's book, sponsored by the brewing industry and entitled "Parties with Personality: The Party Booklet In The Canadian Way".

    Recipe #77637

    This recipe comes from the Kraft people. It sounded so good I just had to share.

    Recipe #48158

    There will come a point in this recipe where you think you can't possibly add any more flour. Your mixer, if it's a small one, may even become alarmingly warm. But push on and all your hard work will be rewarded with some of the tastiest and most comforting cookies I have come across. They're great for dipping in a cup of tea or just for snacking on. I particularly like to make them to give away at the holidays.

    Recipe #43142

    This makes four loaves of lovely, homemade bread that's great for freezing. I remember this bread fondly as the perfect base for open-faced hot sandwiches. The prep time is approximate, depending on how fast your yeast takes to rise.

    Recipe #37134

    This is a family favourite. It's not fancy but it sure is good and there are very few dishes to clean up afterwards -- a definite bonus for me!

    Recipe #37083

    A recipe published some time ago in the Moncton Times and Transcript. The columnist writes: "The recipe, contributed by Mrs. Grover (Erma) Hopper of Little River, Albert County, remains undoubtedly the most popular one published in 1980. Both Mrs. Hopper and myself have received hundreds of letters praising it and requests for copies from people who missed it. I am happy to reprint it today. It remains far and above the best fudge I have ever had and my family requests it regularly ever since I first tested it for this column."

    Recipe #132627


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