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    7 Reviews |  By Gerry

    A very flavorful dipping sauce I use for my Vietnamese Spring Rolls. The flecks of carrot and crushed chilies look very appealing in the serving bowl. A crowd pleaser that makes for recipe requests. Recipe from Jean Pare's "Company's Coming Asian Cooking"

    Recipe #305758

    7 Reviews |  By Gerry

    This elegant looking fruit torte is one of the recipes that a family member brought back after a stay in Germany, where strawberry season sees these cakes in all the bakeries and cafes. Thanks to her grandmother we enjoy this marvellous dessert that never fails to please. In the off season I drain canned peaches and arrange the slices making for a impressive looking dessert when fresh strawberries are not available. The original recipe calls for a package of Oetker glaze which I am not finding this past while - any of the clear fruit glaze mixes will work.

    Recipe #301337

    8 Reviews |  By Gerry

    Friends served a fabulous brunch - then shared the recipe for this wonderful combination of veal, ham and sausage roll baked in a parcel which has become one of my favorites for both brunch and buffets. It is not only delicious but looks so elegant with those lovely slices making for great presentation. Love when friends share! Chicken may be used instead of the veal.

    Recipe #301046

    2 Reviews |  By Gerry

    The perfect recipe for dinner parties and special occasion meals. Friend shared her recipe which is not only delicious but makes for an elegant presentation. It's one of those recipes that impresses and wows guests.These can be made ahead and frozen. One needs to flatten, do the fill, fold and tuck - the hour drying time and the five minute deep fry needed to make for the elegant bundle. My friend catered and this was one of her signature dishes - one of her tips was to find a basket to fit a small pot for the deep fry - making for quick and easy deep frying ... which is needed to get elegant looking Rolled Chicken Washington.

    Recipe #300984

    2 Reviews |  By Gerry

    One of our favorites from my mom's recipe collection, one that is a real crowd pleaser. A long time favorite that has them coming back for seconds and makes for recipe requests.

    Recipe #300982

    2 Reviews |  By Gerry

    Another family favorite from my mom's recipe collection. Has that lovely old fashioned taste that never fails to please. Moist and wonderful, makes for no leftovers at teas, coffee hour and bake sales. Great with or without the home made icing. The icing makes for over the top.

    Recipe #300926

    19 Reviews |  By Gerry

    My first bowl of Clam Chowder in a quaint little restaurant in San Francisco had me knowing I loved this wonderful chowder. While we have enjoyed a good many recipes since, this one has become not only our favorite but a given for our evening meal on Christmas Eve 'our family tradition in the making' We often add an extra can of clams. The original recipe calls for an optional 1/2 teaspoon Curry Powder which we have yet to give a try. Serving size - a guesstimate!

    Recipe #200435

    13 Reviews |  By Gerry

    This recipe was passed along many years back and has been the recipe I have used for carrot loaves ever since. By adding an additional cup of mixed glaced fruit it makes for a special holiday loaf come Christmas. If adding the additional fruit you may need to add approximately ten to fifteen minutes to the baking time. Icing with your favorite cream cheese icing adds to this delicious loaf. I also use this recipe to make Christmas Muffins - using holiday muffin cup liners. Before baking I press a cherry in the centre and make petals by using 5 blanched almonds (pointy end to cherry) Makes for great presentation. Served in a footed server with the glass dome lid has you getting raves before they take their first bite!

    Recipe #188927

    1 Reviews |  By Gerry

    This delicious carrot cake was the winner at our provincial exhibition a number of years ago. It is a winner at our house as well!

    Recipe #188923

    9 Reviews |  By Gerry

    This a one of my more recent recipes, one which was passed along from a family member. I have to tell you he so knows how to choose fantastic tasting desserts and this one is fantastic. Well worth the splurge for all those special occasions, or when you want to make something extra special! Yes, we love this one!

    Recipe #187708

    30 Reviews |  By Gerry

    A Saskatchewan Roughrider recipe that never fails to please. Surprisingly this ketchup based sauce empties long before the other offerings and always an empty platter. So simple ... so good! I love this sauce using our Canadian Diva's Recipe#58094. Recipe courtesy of Tom Whitehouse. Use freshly prepared meatballs or prepared frozen. These can be made and ready to use at a moments notice!

    Recipe #186729

    2 Reviews |  By Gerry

    Another favorite from the old family cookbook. Delicious with the dates and orange juice so complimenting each other making for a lovely addition to the serving tray.

    Recipe #186712

    18 Reviews |  By Gerry

    This is another of our family favorites that makes for an excellent addition to the serving tray. Looks very appealing on the holiday platter and great for special occasions. I often substitute the graham crumbs with crushed Nillas. Just as good untinted - but as my mom reminds me " always make the icing using the juice from a real lemon" - realemon will work but she's right ... that lemon juice makes for awesome!

    Recipe #186363

    10 Reviews |  By Gerry

    This is not only quick and easy but great tasting as well. Had I not tasted this delicious grilled chicken I likely would never have chosen to make a barbecue sauce that had horseradish as one of the ingredients, but having tasted it I just had to have the recipe. Good friends share!

    Recipe #180830

    This is a great tasting mustard pickle recipe for those cucumbers that get away on you! Large is good, seedy and bitter no! Recipe from a friend's family collection. A family favorite and one that is especially good with homemade sausage, or any sausage for that matter! Great with smokies. NOTE For those new to canning or as a general refresher please read one of the many excellent canning cookbooks or go on line to become familiar with the canning procedures. While I have never processed these - I see new guidelines as to processing - do check for the recommends in your area. Do remember there are no short cuts when it comes to cleanliness - I have always assured the utensils as well as the jars are sterilized - clean the sinks and work area and have good supply of clean dish cloths on hand. Never use non - reactive containers ( use stainless steel unchipped enamel/ porcelain - be sure all your bowls and containers are food grade)

    Recipe #180613

    1 Reviews |  By Gerry

    This is a hot pepper sauce that I have made and enjoyed for years. The recipe was shared by a family member, a geologist who spent some time working at the pyramid site near Mexico City. Being the great cook he was he came back with some exceptionally good recipes, this one being one of my favorites. Having been Metric for so many years I am going with 32 ounces in the pickle jar size. Original recipe calls for two # 3 cans of tomatoes - since the converter varies for the number three can I am inclined to with the #3 can being equivalent to four cups. More tomatoes can be used if one so desires. Have wonderful memories of that long ago outdoor breakfast served in a a beautiful sunny Chilliwack B.C. garden with this hot sauce passed around to give those scrambled eggs a breakfast to remember! Great over eggs, on chicken wings, if you love hot sauce you'll be wanting to make this one!

    Recipe #180605

    2 Reviews |  By Gerry

    This recipe from a friend's family collection is so unlike most dilling recipes and one we enjoy. Use non - reactive containers and pots. (use stainless steel, unchipped enamel/porcelain - be sure your plastic bowls and containers are food grade) I do not process these pickles but you may do so if you wish. If processing I would recommend a 10 minute boiling water bath.

    Recipe #180257

    1 Reviews |  By Gerry

    A special recipe from a friend's collection, one that tastes as good as it looks! It's a tried and true recipe that never fails to please. Amazing how a recipe that is so easy to make could taste so good! NOTE I don't process mine - make as we have been making them in our area for generations. Processing does change the texture. If you have safety concerns you may do so if you wish - if processing I would recommend a 10 minute boiling water bath. Be sure to use non reactive containers (use stainless steel, unchipped emamel/porcelain - be sure your plastic bowls and containers are food grade)

    Recipe #180253

    A great way to enjoy that taste of home grown vine ripened tomatoes all year long! This recipe was clipped from 'The Western Producer' recipe page written weekly by a Home Economist who went on to author one of my favorite prairie cookbooks. I have used this recipe for years - and years! The only change I have made is for acidity levels ... I add 2 tablespoons bottled lemon juice or 1/2 teaspoon citric acid per quart. One 48 ounce can of tomato juice will do about seven quarts. You may use your home made tomato juice. NOTE For those new to canning or as a general refresher please read one of the many excellent canning cookbooks or go on line to become familiar with the canning procedures. I see new guidelines as to processing times - which vary from 40 minutes to one hour and 25 minutes for tomatoes - do check for the recommends in your area. Do remember there are no short cuts when it comes to cleanliness - I have always assured the utensils as well as the jars are sterilized - clean the sinks and work area and have good supply of clean dish cloths on hand. Never use non - reactive containers ( use stainless steel unchipped enamel/ porcelain - be sure all your bowls and containers are food grade)

    Recipe #180118

    2 Reviews |  By Gerry

    Love these Sweet Pickles, one of the best sweet pickle recipes in my collection and one of the best I have ever tasted. This is one of those old old recipes shared by a lady that made really great pickles. Very easily made and not as time consuming as it sounds. While modern safety method requirements may call for processing I don't process my pickles as I find it changes the taste and texture, you may do so if you wish. As with many of the old recipes some things just do not enter well ... with this one it's you have to be making up enough of each of the brine solutions to completely cover! NOTE be sure to use non - reactive containers ( stainless steel - unchipped enamel/porcelain, assure all your plastic bowls and containers are food grade)

    Recipe #180001

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