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    My brother has ranted and raved about this soup for years and I finally got the recipe from my mother. It was a clipping from a news paper article that she clipped out about 20 years ago and I can't believe that she never made it for me. It's a great filling and spicy soup and a full meal eaten with a tasty buttery bun!

    Recipe #395881

    My mother makes this soup all without measurements. The first time I tried this soup my knees went weak. Nothing beats the aromatic scent of the fresh thyme which always reminds me of cool nights in the fall when soup is just the right thing to warm your bones. I will try to put in, as accurate as possible measurements, but descriptives will be easier for me.

    Recipe #376436

    This is a traditional french canadian staple. You eat this on toast of choice, it's a high protein very nutritional breakfast favourite. I've been eating cretons since I was a child and everytime I visit my parents, my mother always makes this (one of my favourite dishes) for my husband! I try to make this dish as lean as possible using a combination of turkey and pork, if no turkey than chicken is good also. Portions on the meat is 2 to 1 and doesn't matter if you use more pork than turkey or visa versa, the outcome is always just a good as the last!

    Recipe #365769


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