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    I stumbled across this recipe and just HAD to make it for my feathered friends. My birds, 2 cockatiels, a cockatoo and a lovebird, go wild for this stuff. Those guys eat better than the human members of my family..lol. I love them dearly and really enjoy cooking up things to please them. Only the lovebird does not seem to care for this recipe, choosing a different birdy bread recipe for himself (the little gourmet) This is made in a microwave and takes about 30 seconds to make. Serve only as a treat!!***This recipe calls for 1/4 cup Rainbow Exact Pellets (available at pet store) but I was unable to list them as they are not exactly a "common" ingredient.

    Recipe #122049

    This is THE frosting! Never have I tried such a great frosting. I serve this on almost any cake I make and the beaters are ALWAYS licked clean. Sooooo good. This makes enough to frost 1 2 layer cake or a 13x9 pan. You have to try this at least once in your lifetime!

    Recipe #123752

    This hot chocolate recipe is unlike any other. It is haunted. But do not be afraid. The little ghost in your cup only wants to share in the chocolately goodness, and he can be eaten too..hehe. This is a great recipe for Halloween. One of my favorites, just because it is so cute!

    Recipe #121880

    What is more pleasing than a cup of hot chocolate on a cold winter day? Homemade hot chocolate with many variations..that's what. This recipe is so smooth and decadent, sure to melt the frost off your windows!

    Recipe #121685

    Here's another one for the swap! Looks and sounds wonderful though I have not tried it yet myself. I am definitely making this soon however. Strawberries and cookies? Can you say YUMMY!This would be good for an upcoming grad party or summer celebration. Cook time is chill time.

    Recipe #122463

    Lovely Asian Jelly Treats. In response to a request!

    Recipe #126566

    This is a great way to prepare those delightful fiddlehead ferns that are picked in the spring. If you prefer your fiddleheads softer, boil them for a longer time. The time listed in the recipe leaves the fiddleheads crunchy. Very yummy!!!

    Recipe #125213

    This is a nice change from regular poutine in that it uses marinara sauce in place of the beef gravy. Not sure if it could ever beat the original, but I like it for a variation once and awhile. Be sure to use real cheese curds or it is just not a poutine. If you ever have the opporuntity to go to Quebec, stop at one of the casse croutes along the highway and order a real, French-Canadian potine. You will NOT be disappointed!

    Recipe #123965

    Shrimp, steamed with a bit of Japanese sake, makes an absolutely magnificent dish. Few ingredients really let the taste of the shrimp shine through!

    Recipe #120389

    This recipe is so simple yet so yummy. Great for when you are craving a dessert fix but don't have a lot of time. I make them using my Hello Kitty sandwich maker. My dad and I get a real kick out of it! I can't wait to try these with different fillings, maybe even..mmmm CHOCOLATE! I wonder if this would work using meat pie filling???Can easily be doubled.

    Recipe #119547

    This is such a pretty recipe. I just love parfaits and I adore this light and fluffy mousse one. Butter cookies are among my fave and I love the fact that they are used in this recipe. Easy recipe with little prep needed.

    Recipe #121977

    Here is a recipe for Tazukuri, which are spicy glazed sardines. This recipe may seem unappelaing to many, but thoe who have actually tried Tazukuri love the spicy, slightly sweet taste. Very easy and quick to make.

    Recipe #120801

    A pan of white thick noodles and soup served with fish cakes and chicken and vegetables. Deep fried prawn can also be used in place of the fish cakes for a tasty variation.

    Recipe #120607

    Such a light, summer recipe. The coconut and strawberry make it very tropical and scrumptious. It is a light dessert that will have people clearing their plates and coming back for more. Very easy to make and most of the cook time is chill time. Fresh strawberries make all the difference in the world!

    Recipe #121979

    Toblerone is a delicious chocolate candy bar made in Switzerland. It is made of Swiss chocolate, honey and almond nougat. The chocolate bars can usually be found at your local supermarket on the candy aisle, or at gourmet candy stores. Toblerone is available in both milk and dark chocolate bars. This is a delicious no bake recipe I found on the net. Cook time is chill time.

    Recipe #123646

    Date-maki is a sweet rolled omelette and is one of the foods that is served on Japanese New Year. It is easy to prepare by using egg and ground fish meat. The soft fish cake is known as hanpen.

    Recipe #120797

    Literally translated, tsukimi means "viewing the moon". The egg in this dish represents the "full moon" surrounded by "clouds" of noodles. It is traditionally served in the autumn but I love it all year long. For some reason, I find it very romantic.lol.

    Recipe #119575

    Tasty maple muffins with the added benefit of bran. These are wonderful to wake up to and a great pick me up throughout the day. Easy to make and so worth it!

    Recipe #123754

    These maple muffins with a maple syrup glaze are divine!It really makes you proud to be a Canadian. This recipe if from Old Welches Inn Bed and Breakfast. Try this recipe the next time you crave some "maply" goodness!

    Recipe #123516

    This is a response to a request. It looks so yummy. Fried rice and seafood in a sort of bechamel sauce and covered in cheese then broiled. You can't go wrong with cheese and seafood...mmm..my faves. This recipe is from a good friend of mine. Cook time is an estimate.

    Recipe #120368

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