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    I love this recipe because you can prepare several cans of dulce de leche at once and they keep for months in the cupboard ready to use at a moment's notice. Also there is no stirring while it's cooking. The first time I made it I admit I was nervous boiling unopened cans of sweetened condensed milk but it worked perfectly but BE SURE TO KEEP THE WATER LEVEL WELL ABOVE THE CANS while they are simmering for 3 hours. The water pressure from all sides of the cans keep them from blowing up and meanwhile the condensed milk inside cooks like it would in a pressure cooker and it turns into caramel.

    Recipe #410362

    A friend from New Zealand served this to me about 20 years ago. Over the past 10 years I have self-published 8 cookbooks on various subjects and this is absolutely the most-commented on, highest praised recipe of all - for its awesome taste and simplicity. Be sure to use ONLY the Marukan brand Seasoned (orange label) rice vinegar or it just won't taste the same. For a good diet dressing substitute half the oil for water and toss with a green salad.

    Recipe #387337

    An old client gave me this great recipe and I have been making it for years. Passing the apricot halves through the large holes of a meat grinder makes quick work of the preparation for this absolutely delicious staple in our home. I make two batches every year, one cooked for 1 minute for a runnier marmalade for spooning over yogurt and mixing with Thai sweet chili sauce as a ham baste and the second batch cooks for 5 minutes for a thick marmalade for toast. It is a beautiful sunny orange colour that is most welcome during Vancouver's rainy fall and winter seasons.

    Recipe #385073

    My hobby is copying restaurant dishes and this is one of my favourites at our West Vancouver Earl's. This hearty salad combines all the necessary components for a great dish with the sweet dates complementing the tart Peanut Lime dressing (which is good on any green salad). Sliced grilled blackened chicken is excellent served alongside.

    Recipe #382488


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