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    This soup is very refreshing on a hot day.

    Recipe #62546

    Trout is readily available but often overlooked. The bacon adds flavour to the fish while protecting it from the heat of the grill. Make sure the bacon is thinly sliced, and soak the string in cold water ahead of time so it doesn't burn. From the LCBO magazine.

    Recipe #224510

    a deliciously easy cake that is only as good as the chocolate you use to make it.

    Recipe #63011

    This is a very tasty way to do liver. Also a very easy recipe to make. The marinating time of 30 minutes is not included.

    Recipe #62716

    A creamy baked custard with a coffee kick. These must be chilled for atleast 3 hours before serving.

    Recipe #68054

    Sunday lunch has never been so easy!

    Recipe #77276

    Recipe #441715

    A healthful alternative to hot oatmeal and a lovely breakfast on a summer's day (or any time of year!).

    Recipe #96689

    From Van Gogh's Table. Thanks to roz for directing me to this recipe.

    Recipe #442713

    A Dorie Greenspan recipe which s wildly good. Because it is so rich, I serve it as a main course, with a large, leafy salad with a simple and sharp vinaigrette to offset the creamy richness of the gratin. Perfection.

    Recipe #448673

    My first culinary 'experience'. I must have been about 7, reading Heidi. This recipe was in the edition I was reading and I had to run to the kitchen and try it out immediately. Mom watched. Still fantastic! Expect something like a savoury-cheesey French Toast.

    Recipe #59888

    A tossed green salad with vinaigrette and you've got a great meal. This is also a good brunch dish.

    Recipe #62375

    By John Anderson, Whitney Anderson, from Fine Cooking #49.

    Recipe #187724

    This is for those moments after traversing slopes and glaciers. When you want to get the jiggle back into your bones and the giggle back into your mood...

    Recipe #215433


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