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    Flavour is the star in this Asian-inspired entrée salad, made with striploin steaks and hearty vegetables. Courtesy Jason Parsons.

    Recipe #498404

    If you don't want to use the sodium riddled canned soup varieties, just try this...maybe you'll never go back! Please note, this is a CONDENSED version of the's meant to be thick and not intended to eat straight!

    Recipe #495629

    Here's a simple recipe that includes all of the great things in a typical breakfast. It's always to difficult to cook an egg breakfast for a group of people since you can't cook the eggs simultaneously. This is a cute way to make sure your family get a hot and tasty breakfast, all served at the same time.

    Recipe #480100

    This great, no-hassle recipe is a must for pasta lovers!

    Recipe #475787

    Comfort food from

    Recipe #472235

    We're geting into stew season, and this recipe is perfect for the coming cold weather.

    Recipe #466712

    Published by Chatelaine on 1/1/2011, I cook the ravioli at least half way before adding to the rest of the ingredients otherwise the pasta will be pasty.

    Recipe #450805

    Lean and delicious, ground turkey makes a good substitute for higher-fat meats like beef and pork. The mild taste doesn't overwhelm the flavours and seasonings added to the dish. This hearty meatloaf is almost a meal in itself.

    Recipe #450804

    Dogs can eat nearly anything that humans can without too much disturbance to their digestive systems. Why not make your dog's birthday special by making a cake with their favourite dog food? You can choose whether or not you'd like to frost your dog birthday cake and add your pet's name. In keeping with the theme, you can substitute Pup-Peroni or Snausages for regular candles.

    Recipe #446707

    A no sauce pasta recipe modified from the original "Fresh Fettuccine with Roasted Chicken and Broccoli Rabe" by Giada De Laurentiis.

    Recipe #443608

    I found the recipe on the cottage cheese container.

    Recipe #412734

    Great with chicken wings!

    Recipe #353396

    Steamed over vegetables, the pork tenderloin is simply succulent.

    Recipe #334650

    An easy-to-make spicy Mexican-style meatloaf.

    Recipe #333725

    Using the crock pot is an easy trick to prepare the first part of this meal.

    Recipe #333445

    This is the recipe to use up your bumper crop of tomatoes – any kind will work. I don’t bother peeling the tomatoes so this is extra easy to do. And absolutely no seeding the tomatoes! The juices are what make the incredibly fresh tasting sauce and you save even more time.

    Recipe #141609

    Even carnivores will eat this. SO SOYA+ (soya granules) are available at the Bulk Barn in Canada. I like spicy! Put less seasoning if you want a milder chili. SO SOYA+ is a product made from the G.M.O. Free Soybeans, and when prepared, you wouldn't believe it's vegetarian! SO SOYA+ is Fat Free, Cholesterol Free, has 52 % Protein, and 18 % Dietary Fiber. For more info go to

    Recipe #130959

    A hearty winter tradition that is wonderful after winter activities. If desired, add some diced cottage roll from Baton Twirling's Slow Cooker Cottage Roll to finished soup. From

    Recipe #106909

    A cottage roll is the top end of the shoulder, otherwise known as the shoulder butt and is cured in a brine. They are usually just the right size for a slow cooker and are available at most supermarkets. You can have this with cabbage or creamed corn & boiled potatoes. Serve a little hot mustard on the side. The cottage roll will shred instead of slice, just like pulled meat does. Delish! Save the cooking liquid to make Baton Twirling's Slow Cooker Split Pea Soup recipe the next day. From

    Recipe #106558

    A quick and creamy risotto.

    Recipe #98965

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