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    1 Reviews |  By Gerry

    Recipe from one of my favourite fund raiser cookbooks - the kind that has members share their best recipes. This recipe from their 100th Anniversary Cookbook put out in 2002. Have made this with the very lean ground pork - have also made it with lean ground beef - both were equally delicious! Am very partial to parsnips so if there are left overs they are mine - all mine! A hearty soup perfect for a light lunch or evening meal.

    Recipe #408779

    4 Reviews |  By Gerry

    A delicious soup from a community fund raiser cookbook printed in the 90's - the cookbooks that have members sharing their best recipes. A wonderfully favourable soup that is a real winner at our house.

    Recipe #407893

    10 Reviews |  By Gerry

    Mulligatawny is a more recent addition to my soup collection, have yet to find a Mulligatawny Soup I didn't love! This recipe passed to me by a family member has become our favourite version of this old classic. So much so that this year it was added to our Christmas menu - along with the promise that I continue to make it year around.We have no idea as to the origins of this particular recipe or what if any changes have been made over the years. Although we know not the who or where of the recipe - am happy it found it's way to our kitchen!

    Recipe #407188

    1 Reviews |  By Gerry

    We like using a variety of dressings when baking fish - this is one of our favorites. Choose your fish - make the dressing - stuff - bake and enjoy. We usually use salmon.

    Recipe #338283

    3 Reviews |  By Gerry

    What ever season you are celebrating this lush four layered dessert is a crowd pleaser.

    Recipe #338260

    8 Reviews |  By Gerry

    A casserole recipe that has become a favorite at our house. It's an excellent make and take - makes for an empty pan and recipe requests.Recipe has made it's way into a number of our local fund raiser cookbooks thanks to the sharing of a local teacher extrordinaire who is also an awesome cook!

    Recipe #338193

    This dressing is served and enjoyed at the turkey suppers served by one of our local church catering groups - they have shared the recipe. Another favorite from the prairies found in "A Taste Of Heaven" Cookbook - a cookbook compiled with local recipes which helped fund a StairLift for those no longer able to climb the steps. People come from miles around for those turkey suppers and banquets prepared and served by - yes volunteers!

    Recipe #338188

    2 Reviews |  By Gerry

    Buttery cookies that have been Christmas favorites as far back as the 1500s. While there are many similar recipes this is the one I turn to each holiday time since finding Canada's own Anna Olson's recipe in an issue of Harrowsmith. My handwritten copy is well worn from years of use. Anna's recipe and instructions make spritz cookies very simple to reproduce at home - for those of us not able to pick them up at her Ontario bakeries. I may have to move! Thank you Anna for adding to our Christmas 'traditions in the making'.

    Recipe #338024

    2 Reviews |  By Gerry

    Pastry and pie glazes add a special touch especially for special occasions and holiday baking. You can choose between shiny, glazed, sugary or rich brown depending on the glaze you choose to brush on. I keep this list close at hand allowing me to choose just the one I want without having to do a search each time I bake. My favorite is to lightly flick water on crust with fingertips - carefully tip to spread - (or spray pastry very lightly with the water) lightly sprinkle with sugar before baking. Makes for one terrific looking pie! In entering one has to enter amounts - remember you need to use enough to cover the top of your crust - smaller pies will take less - larger may need more.

    Recipe #336883

    1 Reviews |  By Gerry

    Get tired of searching for just the right glaze when baking breads and rolls for those special occasions - keeping a list of glazes close at hand solved it for me.To give your breads a professional finish apply glaze of choice with a soft brush.

    Recipe #336871

    24 Reviews |  By Gerry

    Love baking bread and rolls. When wrists began to make kneading difficult I got a bread maker - my hand made recipe#146085 now only made for those special occasions when family gather. This recipe goes back to my first bread maker and is the one I turn to when needing fresh bread or rolls with the taste of old fashioned bread ... in my bread maker perfect bread every time which is a real plus when expecting guests. Great on the dough cycle for rolls and those recipes calling for frozen bread dough - especially for the pull apart breads. Just the right amount of dough to fill a bundt pan when making Manda's awesome Monkey Bread recipe#17248. Do check your bread maker recipe book to assure it can make a dough using four cups of flour.

    Recipe #336855

    10 Reviews |  By Gerry

    Great for summer grilling and one of our favorite recipes. For variety you may make this using a variety of Greek herbs and spices - I do! Like adding a grating of black pepper just before it's done. Note ... I have never used the optional bay leaves - when using my fresh from the garden thyme or the organic packet of fresh herbs from the market - I let it dry before using and have added - "but dry it first!"to the ingredient list.

    Recipe #308113

    8 Reviews |  By Gerry

    Makes for a delightful coffee cake to serve to family and friends. Frost with your favorite icing or dust with icing sugar before serving.

    Recipe #308003

    These are an old fashioned tart like baked 'cup' with a delightful nut filling and a touch of jam on the bottom. An old favorite that I haven't made for some time - memory fails as to how many tart cups it makes so at this time the servings a guesstimate. . (will be making them soon and come back to add just how many tarts I get) Not having a cook to question for this recipe I use three beaten egg whites for my filling.

    Recipe #308002

    1 Reviews |  By Gerry

    An old fashioned refrigerator cookie that adds variety to the cookie jar. Another I haven't made for awhile making serving size a guestimate.

    Recipe #307947

    An old fashioned recipe that is often seen on the serving tray in our area. A delightful cookie that adds variety to the cookie jar.The serving depends on cookie size - dainty cookies make for larger yield.

    Recipe #307937

    17 Reviews |  By Gerry

    Found this in one of our local Church cookbooks making for potatoes that are a touch different - and always an empty bowl! The recipe calls for 'old' potatoes - I find for most part I never have old potatoes - if I do not have large potatoes I eyeball an equivalent. Weighing - 11/2 pounds of potatoes takes about five what I call regular sized potatoes. Serving size is a quesstimate as it depends what you are serving and how big the helping!

    Recipe #307835

    12 Reviews |  By Gerry

    These spring rolls were a sell out at one of our annual school projects several years ago and have been a favorite at our house as well as at the Spring Mosaic. A Jean Pare recipe from "Company's Coming Asian Cooking" and one that never fails to please. Make for wonderful appetizers.

    Recipe #305791

    22 Reviews |  By Gerry

    Recipe from one of our favorite places to eat when in the city - Nicky's! Love this recipe shared by Nick and Marina Makris in a local cookbook. An awesome salad that allows the fresh taste of the ingredients to shine and just the way I like it! I do offer a Greek dressing when serving to guests, but find most enjoy the salad unadorned - and always an empty bowl.

    Recipe #305776

    9 Reviews |  By Gerry

    Quick, easy and makes for a great basting sauce when wanting something a touch different when grilling. Amazing how something so easily made makes for a crowd pleaser. I usually triple the recipe and when wanting a little spice I add some dried crushed chili peppers.

    Recipe #305766

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