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    Thank You For Supporting Lawrencetown, Nova Scotia

    On March 15th, 2010 the little Village of Lawrencetown, Nova Scotia made it into the Top 12 for Kraft Hockeyville 2010. Many Zaarites have banded together to help vote them into the Top 5. This is my way of saying "Thanks" for all the votes that have been cast on our behalf. This is extremely important to our little community of 650 people. Whether we make it to the next step or not....I can't thank you enough for your kindness and generosity. I love each and every one of you. ♥ THIS will be continually added to, so you may want to bookmark it. It may take a while, but I'll get it done. Check out the Community Cafe for more information. AND
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    One of the parent's of my mom's student gave this to her! It is so easy and it makes the cake ever! The crust is delicious! I love it with a scoop of ice cream and some of the rest of the family like it with whipped cream! Enjoy! The amount of oil, water and eggs will depend on the brand of cake mix you use, make sure you use the amount as recommended by the cake mix YOU are using!!! Cook time will also depend on the cake mix you use -- I like Betty Crocker best. Also, this needs to be cooked in a bundt pan. That way you get a really yummy crust on top.

    Recipe #403703

    I got this recipe from the back of a pack of clarified butter. It is very easy to make and tastes oh so good! =)

    Recipe #350833

    From Cooking Light. Another pre-wedding winner! :)

    Recipe #396932

    I found this recipe when I was looking for a low calorie and low fat appetizer. The cucumber is meant to replace the cracker, but you could use them. You can use flavoured cream cheese instead of plain. It's simple to make and always a hit. I hope you enjoy it!

    Recipe #396397

    A deceptively easy dessert with a sophisticated presentation and taste. Enjoy!The recipe was taken from the 1972 edition of Popular French Cookbook by Mary Berry

    Recipe #373041

    A great recipe that's quick and easy to make. I got it from a Merchant Mariner and have used it for years. Definitely a favorite and often asked for recipe.

    Recipe #226646

    Another recipe I am posting for safe keeping, from Land O Lakes Cookbook. Warm, soft melted cheese complements a green salad laced with fresh herb leaves.

    Recipe #347583

    I know there are similar recipes for corn salad but none just like Dotty-boos. This is such a refreshing salad and so easy to put together. It's great in the summer. Cook time is actually chill time.

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    Recipe #350990

    3 Reviews |  By Bobtail

    Found this recipe on a Hellman's mayo coupon card. Sound delicious, light and refreshing. Posting here for safe keeping. When I make it, my preference would be to use the tuna in the foil packets (no draining necessary). Feel free to use your favorite brand of products. I suspect this would be good using chicken instead of tuna too or served over lettuce, etc :) If you try it, I hope you enjoy it!

    Recipe #409554

    This is an adaptation of my own. The addition of the molasses gives the bread a nice color and adds to the moisture.

    Recipe #105393

    This recipe is from Food and Drink magazine, and it's really delicious! Comments from the magazine: Elegant French onion soup becomes hip with this gooey grilled-cheese "sannich" Australian slang for sandwich;slid into the bowl. For onions, choose sweet varieties such as large Spanish or red, as they caramelize well. And if Swiss cheeses are not favourites, medium or old cheddar is a delicious stand-in. Be warned, most purchased broths are quite salty, so season only after the soup is finished.

    Recipe #334501

    4 Reviews |  By Tiggrr

    Not sure where I got this recipe from but they are the best,fall of the bone, melt in your mouth ribs I have ever tasted. Great in the winter when a barbecue isn't so readily available.

    Recipe #67159

    5 Reviews |  By Calee

    Broccoli, red grapes, bacon and almonds. With a hint of curry. One of my favorite salads.

    Recipe #240024

    This just arrived in my Food Network Magazine and looks fast, simple and tasty. Serve with a fresh salad and crusty bread - YUM.

    Recipe #412866

    A different version of an old favourite apple crisp or apple crumble! Posted by request. Recipe posted as written, the amount of brown sugar is 'to taste', depends on the type and sweetness of your apples. I find 1/4 to 1/2 cup is enough for my 'taste'. Source: Favourite Sussex Recipes by Pat Smith

    Recipe #387084

    Amazing muffins! The cinnamon makes a big difference so don't leave it out.

    Recipe #42929

    I use this recipe all the time in the summer on our salads! I like to mix it up with my greens, and love arugula and radicchio! We eat a lot of salads and this hits the spot til the tomatoes arrive! This recipe was shared with me by a friend! Thank you! Hope you like it!

    Recipe #348359

    I got this recipe off of a blog ( I have made it once and the flavour was really good, but it looked funny! The instructions are long but it is actually very simple and quick to make. I am posting how the recipe is originally written (well almost) but you might want to add a bit more spice. I served it with a spicy salsa and it tasted great. The chicken broth is needed if you are using corn tortillas only.

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