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    TOTM for May~Spring is in the Air

    Topics included in this months cookbook: Artichokes, asparagus, cheesy casseroles, cheese's, cheesecake, chives, fondue, leeks, marinades, mushrooms, olives, quiche, ramps, rubs, rhubarb, salads, sandwiches, sauces, spring soups. Pages of interest I have saved in My Favorites include: Popular Cheese Varieties Popular Cheese Parings The Blue Cheese Family The Cheddar Family The Emmental Family Grating Cheese Hispanic Cheese Pasta Filata Spanish Cheese Specialty Cheese Trappist-Style Cheese Washed-Rind Cheese If you have an interest or need information please z-mail me and I will forward the information.
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    The fruit and sugar will boil out around the sides, resulting in the gooey, syrupy, heavenly cake. This scone dough is quicker to make and absorbs the juices better than pastry. For a delicious apple pie just substitute an equal amount of apples for rhubarb.

    Recipe #111918

    This can be a make ahead or chill for an hour recipe. It is from the Canadian Living May 2007 issue.

    Recipe #220689

    I have never been a fan of tuna casserole. Don't know why? I like tuna and I like noodles, just don't like them together. This recipe makes serving tuna different, but very tasty. The rice is the crust while the tuna, cheese and egg make the filling. Reheats well in a micorwave for lunch/dinner the next day.

    Recipe #152558

    A great tasting cheese dish, wonderful for snacks, can be made ahead or even frozen, great also as a sauce over Cauliflower or combined vegetables

    Recipe #209809

    An unexpected zing in this appetizer. Easy to prepare and beautiful to serve. Taken from the "From Storebought to Homemade" cookbook. Note: cooking time is refrigeration time.

    Recipe #214878

    easy , quick with dates, cheddar, and apple healthy,

    Recipe #90071

    1 Reviews |  By 1Steve

    A really nice not overly sweet breakfast or snack bread. Excellent with morning tea or coffe break snack.

    Recipe #74719

    This cheese log is the biggest hit at church gatherings. A recipe that is requested often.

    Recipe #20384

    I got this recipe from Wanda. She made it when she worked at the bank for their Christmas parties. I usually make it Christmas Eve for my family. I think the original recipe is from Southern Living.

    Recipe #203736

    Feel free to add cooked chorizo if you wish!

    Recipe #56888

    4 Reviews |  By Dib's

    You can add onions, garlic, walnuts or water chestnuts to this dish.

    Recipe #10116

    Everyone loves chicken and rice. This is quick and filling, easy and tasty to make when you're in a rush. You can add different spices (chili, curry) for a different taste.

    Recipe #90760

    4 Reviews |  By acerast

    Cauliflower served in a simple white sauce with a hint of nutmeg which highlights the cauliflower. Cheese lovers have the option of adding some of there favorite cheese to the sauce. Try melting some Dutch cheese such as Edam or Gouda cheese into your sauce. Some other suggestions are Fontina, Gruyere, Cheddar or your favorite mild cheese from your part of the world. Enjoy!

    Recipe #228507

    Every spring we get a bumper crop of asparagus and I make this as soon as I can. It's from the Company's Coming - Garden Greens book and it's absolutely fabulous and very different. The soft sweet potato, crisp asparagus, and crunchy pecans are a great combination of textures.

    Recipe #160296

    I found this in one of those supermarket checkout lane cookbooks when I was a newlywed. DH still asks for it many years later.

    Recipe #228350

    2 Reviews |  By Fluffy

    This can be made with regular white mushrooms as well.

    Recipe #85828

    I got this recipe from Canadian Living Magazine.The tomato cream sauce is a lower fat version.

    Recipe #95543

    3 Reviews |  By Fluffy

    I got this recipe from one of my co workers. It's the first time I have cooked orzo and I wasn't disappointed.

    Recipe #158857

    I got this recipe from Low Carb Luxury site. I used white wine instead of sherry.

    Recipe #188499

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