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    Sandra Phinney from Caanan, Yarmouth County, Nova Scotia, Canada, was visiting New York. Sandra and her husband arrived at about 11pm at the home of their hostess who was very correct about the right china for the right meal, and very correct about serving what needed to be served at appropriate times. The following was served soon after arrival before they retired for the night. Talk about DEE-LICIOUS. The straberries are served whole with the stem. The idea is to hold the stem with your fingers, dip it in sour cream, then in brown sugar before taking a bite into the straberry. For each person place straberries on plate with small bowls of cream and brown sugar. It was served to us in single bowls of sugar and cream - so there was no double dipping. I got a plate and laid the three ingredients out so I could double dip all I wanted :)

    Recipe #462067

    This is a delicious pickle recipe given to me from the Acadian French community in Saulnierville, Nova Scotia.

    Recipe #448165

    A delicious Chinese dipping sauce, or use last minute mix in stir-fry. Do not cook over 15 seconds when you add to stir-fry or sugar will caramelize. Got it from Simply Ming on PBS

    Recipe #227973

    A family friend from Eel Brook or Ste. Anne du Ruisseau, Nova Scotia, Phyllis Wilkinson gave me the recipe. A true country recipe which I modified by adding chicken.

    Recipe #161025

    Had this delicious soup served with a green salad and bread at Sandra Phinney's in Carleton, Nova Scotia. You can use smooth or crunchy peanut butter.

    Recipe #159603

    A very creamy and delicious soup, wholesome too. Great to have on a cold day. I am told this recepie comes from Africa. Sandra Phinney made this amazing soup for a winter lunch and got it off the internet and modified it out of her own imagination. You can use smooth or crunchy peanut butter.

    Recipe #156333

    This is a delicious mould when spread over hot toast and butter for nutmeg lovers. A favorite Christmas recipe from my Mother's recipe book given by Lorna Towning. Another delicious Anglo-Indian recipe.

    Recipe #143955

    I got this very delicious recipe from Simply Ming on PBS. Simply heat and cook for 10 minutes 1 cup of paste, add 4 washed chicken pieces and a diced egg plant. Cook till chicken is done. Equal parts of paste and mayonnaise makes a delicious sandwich spread. Spoon into soup. Use as accompaniment to cooked food.

    Recipe #143374

    There are a number of coconut chutneys on Recipezaar that look very interesting. I am adding mine to them.

    Recipe #139440

    A delicious South Indian dal (lentil) to be eaten with idlis or white rice. It is made of 'Tur' or 'Toor' dal available at Indian grocory stores. Black or brown mustard seeds are also available there.

    Recipe #139438

    South Indian deliciously light rice cakes eaten with sambar and coconut chutney. Check out sambar and coconut chutney on Recipezaar.

    Recipe #139366

    Recipe #138223

    I got this from our Nova Scotian news channel ATV from MairiAnna and her Father. These Perogies are very delicious

    Recipe #137919

    I got this recipe off the net by suesrecipe. It is tasty and simple to make.

    Recipe #137256

    A delicious kofta recipe from my great-aunt Olive who was an excellent cook.

    Recipe #136372

    The richly decadent sweet and tart of Key Limes in a creamy mouth watering cheesecake. Forget the pie, grab this instead!! Source: S. Chokel

    Recipe #135737

    A popular recipe from Hyderabad, India. I use smooth peanut butter in place of whole peanuts that have to be ground.

    Recipe #135667

    Chicken Pickle - Murg Achaar - A recipe from J. Indersinghkalra family. Very delicious.

    Recipe #135364

    Very delicious. A recipe from Stephany D'Souza from my Mother's recipe book. I buy a pork roast with fat and skin and dice it. The fat and skin are a delicacy in pork pickle and were reserved for vips and honored guests.

    Recipe #135362

    This is a simple but very tasty urad dal recipie for those who like urad dal.

    Recipe #133497

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