I originally came across this recipe in a back issue of Chatelaine magazine and it has become a family favourite. It is quick to prepare and makes a nice lunch or light supper served with your favourite bread or rolls.
I got this from Chatelaine, a Canadian magazine. This is a lower fat version, but not low on taste! This is really yummy and the fat content is cut by omitting oil, adding lots of vegetables and cutting out fat laden peanuts.
I ordered a Chatelaine cookbook on grilling and it has some fabulous recipes. I always like their recipes because they are triple tested and whenever I've made them, they've never failed. These ribs would be great for a BBQ for a crowd!
Yummy!! And very classy looking. From Chatelaine magazine. I am a fan of easy yet delectable desserts and this qualifies on both counts. I've stated 3 lemons because it will depend on size and juicyness.
Yet another recipe from Canadian Magazine, Chatelaine. What's great about their recipes is they are triple tested and always tasty. Great to dress up grilled chicken, steak, fish or burgers. Recipe is easily doubled.
From Chatelaine Easy Grilling recipe book. When I saw this recipe, I had to make it. It did not disappoint! I never thought to grill fruit, but it gives a wonderfully unique flavor to the old fruit standby.
This gorgeous salsa has no tomato, so it keeps well at least overnight. It's just the ticket to add glamour to grilled pork, fish or chicken burgers. From Chatelaine trusty triple tested recipes. Cooking time is refrigeration time.
Cornish hens, like baby chickens are small enough to serve one per person. Serve with your favourite roasted veggies, or bok choy and Maple Squash. A delicious recipe developed and shared by "chatelaine" Magazine.