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    No Meat Here

    Some of these recipes contain eggs and/or dairy, and some are recipes with meat that have a vegetarian option. I've included recipes containing beer, which may be made with isinglass (from fish); making them is your call.
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    This is very similar to a type of pie my grandmother used to make. She never put sour cream in it. I don't remember if she added orange juice or not. Adapted from Classic Canadian Cooking. You can use pre-made pie crust; I won't tell!

    Recipe #479478

    Adapted from Classic Canadian Cooking. Feel free to add more basil!

    Recipe #479486

    As served at the Black Dog Village Pub and Bistro in Bayfield, Ontario. This can be a vegetarian main dish, or a side for roast beef. Adapted from 300 Best Potato Recipes. Use Grana Padano cheese instead of the parmesan if you can get it.

    Recipe #479474

    Traditional pratie oaten are little potato-oat pancakes served at breakfast. (Pratie is the Irish word for potato.) This recipe takes the dough, adds flour, and rolls it out thin to make crisp crackers. Good with cheese, lemon curd or jam. Adapted from 300 Best Potato Recipes.

    Recipe #479470

    Adapted from Classic Canadian Cooking.

    Recipe #479295

    Adapted from Classic Canadian Cooking.

    Recipe #479296

    To serve with fish. Adapted from Classic Canadian Cooking.

    Recipe #479286

    Adapted from Classic Canadian Cooking. Salt is listed twice because it is used two different ways.

    Recipe #479287

    Adapted from Classic Canadian Cooking.

    Recipe #479288

    A bit different, using rose water. Adapted from Classic Canadian Cooking. Prep time is actually cooking time; cook time is chilling time. It's best to use a cooking thermometer when making this recipe.

    Recipe #479289

    From Denis Cotter of Cafe Paradiso. Adapted from the New Irish Table.

    Recipe #478947

    Adapted from The New Irish Table. Serve with crab cakes.

    Recipe #478949

    Adapted from Bobby Flay's Burgers, Fries and Shakes. Use on burgers or as a dipping sauce for fries and onion rings. The whole-grain mustard and ancho powder are supposed to be "heaping" tablespoons, but that is not accepted by the software.

    Recipe #478689

    Adapted from Bobby Flay's Burgers, Fries and Shakes. Cook time is chill time.

    Recipe #478691

    Adapted from Bobby Flay's Burgers, Fries and Shakes. Cook time is chill time.

    Recipe #478693

    Elegant but very easy. Adapted from The New Irish Table. I made the salt optional because I don't think the recipe needs it. Cook time is chill time.

    Recipe #478700

    Adapted from Arthur Schwartz's Jewish Home Cooking. Canned green beans may be substituted for fresh. If using fresh beans, be sure they are cooked all the way through and are tender, not tender-crisp or al dente. Cook time is chilling time.

    Recipe #478673

    Adapted from Arthur Schwartz's Jewish Home Cooking. The onions and mushrooms can be cooked separately at different times, but they taste better if done this way.

    Recipe #478676

    Adapted from Arthur Schwartz's Jewish Home Cooking.

    Recipe #478681

    From Sra, Maria Luisa Espinosa de Rodriguez. Adapted from My Mexico, by Diana Kennedy. The original uses small pickled yellow chiles, but suggests the jalapenos as being more readily available. Cook time does not include standing time.

    Recipe #478663

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