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    My Granny used to make this dish. She came from Alsace in France and learned this dish from her mother.

    Recipe #258253

    From the Winnipeg Free Press Wednesday Food Section. I made these for a Christmas party and they were gone in no time!

    Recipe #80090

    11 Reviews |  By Derf

    Very nice Holiday side dish

    Recipe #13055

    My friend brought these to work one morning around the holidays and I think I ate a whole pan by myself. These are so good and so easy to make...great to take to work or for a party. If you love cheese, you will love these! I guessed on the serving size, as it depends on how big you cut the squares.

    Recipe #98125

    This beautiful layered pie combines all my favourite Christmas flavours - chestnuts, cranberries, dried apricots, chicken, pork sausagemeat and bacon - all encased in a crispy and crumbly pastry case; it is a firm favourite in our house EVERY year! Not only that, but this pie is actually better if made ahead of time - it can be eaten warm or cold and is excellent for buffets and light suppers. It also freezes very well, once cooked. The filling is very similar to an English Pork Pie, a fruity stuffing mixture layered with chicken fillets. Although it is essentially a pie for the winter festive season - I see no reason why it cannot be made all year around - I often make it to take on picnics in the spring and summer. You can adjust the filling to suit your own tastes and requirements, but I think that the chicken, bacon, apricots, cranberries and chestnuts are essential for the delicious and unique flavour this pie has! N.B. Please try to use high meat content sausages or sausagemeat - it makes all the difference to the taste, plus cheaper sausages have lots of fat and bread added! Where the name came from - an old Nursery Rhyme: "Little Jack Horner sat in a corner, eating his Christmas Pie - he put in his thumb and pulled out a plumb, and said what a good boy am I"!!! I JUST had to name it after him, even though there are NO plumbs in this pie! (The original recipe was in a 2005 BBC Good Food magazine; this is my much amended version of that original recipe.)

    Recipe #268117

    My cohorts in the Ontario Regional thread and I go on an Apple Run in the Fall and we come away loaded with apples, and a few recipes... Everyone loves apples, and better still when this love is translated into a tasty appetizer.

    Recipe #142381

    14 Reviews |  By Bergy

    A great appetizer, tasty. A nice blend of flavors You may make the mushroom fill ahead and freeze it. I usually split it into 4 bags so I can make only a dozen at a time. Thaw from frozen and continue to make the bread nappies.

    Recipe #16123

    This recipe is from the Cloverleaf recipe collection. The recipe calls for canned shrimp so I will put that in the ingredient list but I will use 8 oz fresh. Parmesan cheese works in place of Asiago. The reccipe makes exactly 36 spirals. Place them a bit apart for baking as they do expand. I am freezing 2 dozen - not baked and I will not add the shrimp until I bake them. If you freeze some defrost in fridge for 3 hours and then bake as suggested. If you are baking them right after making them the timing is perfect. We really enjoyed these. Hope you do too. One other suggestion I don't think that the shrimp on top add that much to the appearance I suggest that you add all the shrimp into the spread mixture. Perhaps a small piece of red pepper or pimiento on top for colr.

    Recipe #259361

    This recipe comes from Paula's Party. I was watching her show the other night and saw her son Jamie make these. They looked so good that I wanted to share the recipe with everyone :) NOTE: I narrowed down the onions for our taste but original calls for 1/2 cup diced onions.

    Recipe #264021

    6 Reviews |  By Tebo

    These are equally good served hot or at room temperature. Arrange in a shallow dish with toothpicks. Prep time does not include marinate time.

    Recipe #65701

    This is a Cook's Illustrated recipe. It sounds delicious! Here's what they had to say about them: Sizzling Saigon Crêpes (Banh Xeo) are paper-thin omelets stuffed with shrimp, pork, and bean sprouts, wrapped in lettuce and herbs, and dipped in a sweet-tart dipping sauce. For our cookbook The Best International Recipe we found a way to recreate this popular Vietnamese street food at home. The hardest challenge was folding the crêpes; they were so thin they kept breaking under the weight of the meat. The answer was to move all the meat to one side of the pan before pouring in the batter, and then to fold the light side of the crepe over the filling.

    Recipe #265472

    From Bernard Clayton's Complete Book of Breads, posted for ZWT 3, Scandinavia.

    Recipe #234865


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