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    A tasty salmon loaf served with a warm cucumber sauce. Serve it with salad or vegetable dishes. What's leftover is delicious for lunch next day in a sandwich with baby spinach leaves or freshly sliced cucumber. Adapted from a recipe I've had in my files for years. I don't now remember where I found the original recipe. See my notes below for suggestions for additional ingredients.

    Recipe #118657

    A rich savoury cheesecake baked in a springform pan, then refrigerated. Because it is served at room temperature, this is a great make-ahead appetiser, and an ideal dish for occasions when you're serving a large group of people. The preparation and cooking times do not include cooling and refrigeration times. I have adapted this recipe from one I found on a Canadian website.

    Recipe #137995

    An elegant and tasty appetiser: who doesn't like smoked salmon? These Smoked Salmon Crostini - or small toasted rounds of bread - topped with smoked salmon can be prepared ahead of time, and assembled just before you are ready to serve them. This recipe has been adapted from one I found on a Canadian website.

    Recipe #137989

    This is such a versatile recipe: it can be served as an appetizer, for brunch or lunch or as a side dish. And it's delicious! I found it on a French-Canadian website - frenchfood.about.com - and I have adapted it for the 2005 Zaar World Tour.

    Recipe #137508

    A simple refreshing salad, best made just before serving, and when the ingredients are so few it is obviously essential that those ingredients be first class. If you are unable to find a commercial brand of passionfruit and strawberry dressing, Recipe #97938 sounds delicious.

    Recipe #122182

    A delicious Canadian-French dessert, Baked Goat Cheese with a Maple Raspberry Sauce - pronounced: sheh vruh /oh/koo lee /duh/ frahm bwa - which I found on a Canadian website and have posted here for the 2005 Zaar World Tour. Sounds delicious! The preparation and cooking times below do not include the cooling time mentioned in step seven.

    Recipe #137516

    These savory 'cakes' are popular in France and in Canada. They freezes well and wrapped in aluminum foil will keep for several days in the fridge. I found this recipe on a website - Pronounced: cake / oh / koor zhet / oh / pee no(n) - and I have posted it here for the 2005 Zaar World Tour. Serve this as an appetizer, or for breakfast or brunch, or as a dessert.

    Recipe #137510

    My modification of Australian chef Huey's version of Canadian Habitant Soup! Posted for the 2005 Zaar World Tour. The preparation and cooking times below do not include the overnight soaking of the split peas.

    Recipe #137517

    Just loved the wording in this quick and easy recipe from "The Vancouver Sun Newspaper", which I found on the StrawberryJAMM website. In what I’ve included here as step two is an invitation to make a decision! A decision as to what sort of fool you want to make: ‘a smooth fool or a lumpy fool’! I haven’t made this recipe – yet. Have just added it in preparation for the May 2005 "Let’s Get Fresh and SWAP - Recipe Swap". But I do find it appealing, in its simplicity and its quaintness. And in what sounds like its sheer deliciousness. Must confess I’d want to sneak in some liqueur.

    Recipe #122409

    Strawberries AND chocolate AND hazelnuts AND lemon. WOW! This delicious-sounding recipe is from "The Vancouver Sun Newspaper". I found it on the strawberryJAMM website, and have posted it here in readiness for the "Let's Get Fresh and SWAP - Recipe Swap" (May 2005). I have not yet made this recipe, but I shall certainly be doing so. It sounds just so superbly, decadently delicious. I have included both stages of cooling and chilling as 'cooking time'.

    Recipe #122038

    A French-Canadian entree recipe for salmon fillet seared over a high heat and served with a maple mustard seed sauce. I found this recipe on a French-Canadian food website, and have adapted it for posting for the 2005 Zaar World Tour. No serving sizes or preparation or cooking times were provided, so I have provided guesstimates. If you are reviewing this recipe, it would be helpful if you comment on these if you find the times to be different from my guesstimates. Thank you! This recipe was recommended on the website as being a particularly suitable dish to serve during Fall and Spring.

    Recipe #137506


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