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    Mmmm! I've always loved Hagen Daazs' Baileys ice cream, and when I found a deal on an ice cream maker, this was a recipe I needed to try! Modified from a recipe I found here that needed tweaking.

    Recipe #517935

    Fresh blueberries can be used in this recipe, I just usually use frozen ones as I have them on hand for smoothies. I usually make up an entire shortening carton's worth of pie crust and freeze the extra, this crust recipe does very well in a pinch though.

    Recipe #499405

    My friend Sunshine turned me on to these delicious cinnamon rolls, with the delightful taste of nutty browned butter ... mmmm!! I make it with Smitten Kitchen's salted caramel sauce, though you can use any caramel sauce you have around SK's is just to die for!

    Recipe #516023

    I have always loved butter tarts and this recipe from Food that Really Schmecks is my absolute favourite. The pastry crust recipe is from the bottom of the shortening box. It only works if you make the whole batch up at once but it refrigerates and freezes well! I use this pastry crust in all my pies, whether it's butter tarts or lattice crust apple pie, or tourtieres.

    Recipe #460827

    This recipe is a lot of work, but is definitely worth it. Chopping everything in advance makes it go smoother. Ghee is butter that has been slowly melted so that the milk solids and golden liquid have been separated. Vegetable oil can be used but ghee gives a more authentic taste

    Recipe #463570

    I never knew what to do with a cottage roll, but people always bought them like crazy at our store when they went on sale. So I finally bought one and searched for recipes. This is a modification, as the original had too many veggies for it all to fit in the crock pot, and I wanted to make this a crock pot dish.

    Recipe #486977

    A fab Christmas cookie, and yes it's another recipe from my friend Eliz. We both like almond flavouring, so there is a little more almond extract in this recipe than originally called for. I like the touch of maraschino cherry juice in the icing for both the flavour and pop of pink it gives.

    Recipe #511002

    First time I made it the odour when blending just about knocked me over! Something about the combo of wine and garlic and bread ... But the flavour is totally awesome! In fact my family complained that I didn't make enough!

    Recipe #439254

    I got this recipe from my dad 20 years ago, via my brother after a visit to California. My dad is gone now and this recipe makes me think of him and miss him, but it also makes me happy to be able to share it with my family. Slow-roasted, it’s fall-off-the-bone good, and the skin so yummy and crispy! My kids and I fight over it!

    Recipe #448503

    My friend Eliz is one of my fave cooks, this is her "dump job" recipe, lol!

    Recipe #454069

    Yeah, I know, everyone has a recipe. This one is an amalgamation and modification of two I found out there by Michael Smith and Ricardo, and our family loves it.

    Recipe #413148

    From Indian Regional Classics by Julie Sahni. This is the most aromatic and fragrant of all Indian spice blends. Used throughout North India in all types of dishes — from appetizers and soups to yogurt salad and main courses — this blend is indispensable to Moghul and North Indian cooking. It is widely available, but the homemade version is more fragrant and, of course, fresher.

    Recipe #465780

    Lots of garlic and a hint of balsamic vinegar makes a delish crock pot stew.

    Recipe #437187

    Mmm, these are good, a lot like the Red Lobster biscuits everyone keeps raving about.

    Recipe #516007

    This recipe came from my Oma, my German grandmother from Hannover. The original was in grams, but fortunately my mum translated it into cups for me. It is different from a North American cheesecake, less thick and creamy, with a different flavour entirely.

    Recipe #516049

    From the Sobeys Inspiration Magazine, fall 2012. Modified somewhat to my tastes.

    Recipe #498291

    Compliments of my friend Eliz, this is the best French Onion soup I've tasted!

    Recipe #466129

    Recipe #465802

    From his "Happy Days with the Naked Chef" cookbook, this variation is with fish. Easy to make, though I had to search for some of the ingredients.

    Recipe #470684

    This is an Indian or Pakistani dish. Cinnamon is on of my favourite spices but I would never have thought to try it in a savoury dish before now.

    Recipe #434580

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