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    Delicious Comfort Food! Very easy to make, and can be made uncooked the night before and then cooked for an easy side on a busy evening. Hope you enjoy!

    Recipe #140434

    This recipe belonged to my Grandma, she made it often. We love it, comfort food at it's best. Hope you enjoy!

    Recipe #140438

    This halibut, which is baked in the oven, gives you an easy way to enjoy the delicious combination of flavors and healthy benefits of halibut and fresh herbs. It is a wonderful way to have a light sauce for your fish with a lot of flavor and minimal effort. This dish is so easy and simple that the key to its success is fresh ingredients. Dried herbs will not work for this recipe. From The Worlds Healthiest Foods. Hope you enjoy!

    Recipe #168222

    Delicious, fall off the bone Beef Ribs with a tangy, sweet sauce, smoked on the barbecue, this is my Husband's much sought after recipe for Beef Ribs.

    Recipe #161340

    This chicken is a delicious spring-like dish. Use the earliest herbs in your garden or buy your favourite kinds. From Food and Drink Magazine. Hope you enjoy!

    Recipe #170090

    Another delicious recipe by Lucy Waverman, Food and Drink! Steamed puddings have fallen out of fashion but try this oven-baked pudding - a light, apple-based dessert that will be enjoyed by young and old as a grand finale to Christmas dinner, or any dinner for that matter. With it, you can serve a caramel sauce and a crème anglaise or just plain old-fashioned ice cream.

    Recipe #193615

    This is a really delicious dip, why is it called Dick's Dip??? I have no idea! For some reason my Mom always makes it at Christmas, but I make it for any get together or party. It is simple and quick, and is always a hit.

    Recipe #181547

    A touch of spicy curry flavour is a surprisingly terrific match for cheesy pasta. Do try the four cheeses below (though you can also use up bits of cheese lingering in your refrigerator). In either case, be sure to use the goat cheese for luscious creaminess. For variety, stir in sliced mushrooms or chopped broccoli. Stolen with love from Marilyn Bentz-Crowley at Food and Drink Magazine.

    Recipe #323051

    This recipe was given to my Husband from our friend, who got it from her friend Clare. He had to beg for it! It is without a doubt the richest, most decadent and delicious cake I have ever tried. Kiss your low fat diet goodbye. It's easy to make and will impress any chocolate lover :)

    Recipe #323993

    Delicious, impressive looking little tarts! You can use any type of berry you want, just make sure you use the same type of preserves as berries. Adapted from Oregon Strawberry Recipes.

    Recipe #121957

    Rhubarb and Pineapple? YES! The sweetness of the pineapple really offsets the rhubarb in this delicious pie set in a creamy filling. Fresh pineapple works best, but canned will do the trick if it's all you have on hand. Hope you enjoy!

    Recipe #168203

    Does anyone else adore Food and Drink Magazine? This recipe is right out of there, by Chef Jennifer MacKenzie. The crust can be baked a day ahead but the pie is best assembled just a few hours before serving and refrigerated. Garnish with the candied walnuts just before serving. Prep time includes chill time

    Recipe #193618

    You can prepare 2 different tastes from 1 filling, which means you can please both vegetarians and seafood lovers at the same time. These tarts should be frozen if you are packaging them as they are fragile. They should also be refrigerated if not eaten right away. A great partner for a well-balanced dry white wine. Cheesecakes can be refrigerated for up to 2 days or frozen. Recipe created by Chef Jill Snider of Ontario.

    Recipe #193708

    This recipe is from inmamaskitchen, and closely resembles one my Mom used to make when we were kids. It is a delicious and different way to prepare fish as a comfort food, hope you enjoy it.

    Recipe #140396

    This came out of our church cookbook, it's easy and delicious, especially when you are pressed for time! Good warm or cold.

    Recipe #150385


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