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    An absolute must after digging holes and dividing Hostas....with friends.

    Recipe #516935

    I came across this recipe when going through an old recipe box. It was filed under "Christmas Specials". I probably haven't made this in over 30 years, but do remember that it was a yearly treat. I don't remember where I found it originally, but it's quite possibly an old Robin Hood recipe. Back then, I used to get a lot of pamphlets from RH. I'll have to make this again. Would be perfect for out cribbage get togethers. :D

    Recipe #492380

    Another winning recipe from Company's Coming. The addition of coconut puts a different spin on a classic recipe.

    Recipe #492273

    I'm such a lover of cornbread, that I couldn't pass up this version. Another wonderful recipe from her book "Friday Night Dinners". Bonnie writes that "she received this recipe from executive chef Anthony Rose of Toronto's Drake Hotel". Very easy and flavourful. She also mentions that the follow may be added: diced olives, sun-dried tomatoes or fresh herbs. We enjoyed the plain version very much. Easily halved and baked in a 9 x 9 pan.

    Recipe #479183

    Bonnie writes: "These are the best oatmeal cookies ever". I have to agree. Crispy edges, chewy center, great flavour. Everything a good cookie should be. From her book "Friday Night Dinners. These are also great with chocolate chips in place of the nuts. Yummmm.

    Recipe #479182

    This was in the winter 2011 issue of 'All You Need Is Cheese'. I have made a similar recipe with vanilla wafers, but this one is much nicer in my book. Easily halfed to make 24 cakes.

    Recipe #468959

    A creamy and hearty soup that everyone can enjoy. Stick to your ribs comfort loaded with goodness. Created for the 2011 Craze-E Soups or Sandwiches Contest.

    Recipe #468441

    You don't have to have inclement weather to enjoy a bowl of hearty, tummy warming soup. This is comfort food for any time of year. Here is my take on a protein enriched vegetable soup, which includes whole grain quinoa and slices of sirloin steak. Tip: Place steak in the freezer for 1/2 hour prior to using. Slightly frozen steak will be easier to slice. Created for the 2011 Craze-E Soups or Sandwiches Contest.

    Recipe #468433

    There is always room for one more mac & cheese recipe. This newly created version with the addition of ricotta cheese puts a whole new spin on this traditional comfort food. Is this recipe too large for your family? Remember, Mac & Cheese is terrific frozen in serving size portions for use later. Created for RSC 16, and was awarded First Place. My thanks to everyone that reviewed the recipe.

    Recipe #454932

    Tender beef with pasta in a rich tomato sauce. Oops, did I forget to mention cheese? Ricotta and mozzarella make this 'one dish meal' extra special. So what could be better? How about two of them. If baked in two smaller casserole dishes, you have one for tonight and one for the freezer. Gotta love the idea of "Cook Once -- Eat Twice". A hearty and tasty meal that will have your family asking for seconds. Created for RSC 16.

    Recipe #454923

    At one time quiche was considered a 'sophisticated' dish, served at well to do luncheons. My how things have changed. Now a regular weekday meal in many homes, quiche may contain ingredients from the exotic to the ordinary. Here's a new version I hope will find a place in your collection. Created for RSC 16.

    Recipe #454912

    It only took one bite to put me in "Dessert Heaven", and you won't believe how easy it is to make. :) I was first introduced to this cake at my daughter's wedding reception. This was just one of the dessert choices. Kelly spoke with the caterer, (thank you Debbie) and she was gracious enough to give us her recipe. She also gave us the recipe for the salad.....Kelly's Wedding Salad - Recipe #226217 Note: The glaze is my own recipe. The caterer used chocolate frosting. Cooking time does not include the time needed for baking and cooling the cake.

    Recipe #445246

    Chewy -- Nutty -- Healthy. Everything a good granola bar should be and....cut into bite size portions. Perfect for your walking and hiking friends. Why not wrap some up with a warm pair of mitts and a scarf. The only thing missing is you. :) Notes: I buy my dates from the bulk store, already diced. Makes the job so much easier. If you are unable to find vanilla baking chips, white chocolate chips could also be used. Created for the 2010 Category Craze-E Contest.

    Recipe #443135

    Warm from the oven, or at room temperature, who doesn't like muffins. :) Why not surprise a neighbour or a friend with a batch of these moist fruit and nut delights. Include the recipe and let them keep the muffin tin as a wonderful gift. Created for the 2010 Category Craze-E Contest.

    Recipe #443131

    It's been proven...chicken soup is good when you're under the weather. So why not include it as part of a 'Feel Better Soon' gift basket. Add a book, a big soup mug and a pair of warm fuzzy socks. With this gift, and your good wishes, they'll be feeling better in no time. Created for the 2010 Category Craze-E Contest.

    Recipe #443129

    This is a wonderfully moist, light cake with a hint of sweetness. A simple dusting of icing sugar is all that's needed to decorate. I've been making this for at least 30 years now. It was given to me by an elderly German lady, whose husband worked with mine. It's one of Billy's favourites.

    Recipe #440836

    As soon as I saw this title, I just knew it was something I'd have to make. And......it's everything I though it would be. Moist and flavourful, with a wonderful 'crumb' topping. I found it on "a pinch of sugar" recipe blog. The writer - Jen T - mentions that she adapted it from a 'Dorie Greenspan' recipe

    Recipe #440835

    When the weather turns cold, there is nothing nicer then a bowl of something hot to warm your soul. Packed with protein, loaded with flavour, and very economical. May be served as a side dish, or by itself with a hunk of fresh bread. Don't want to waste that sauce. Created for the 2010 Dining on a Dollar Contest. Update: Nov 10/10 - Based on the reviews made during the contest, I have reduced the amount of vinegar by half in the ingredient list. It certainly would be easier to add extra vinegar, then try to reduce it. If there's another 'Vinegar Freak' out there, the original amount was 3 tbsp. :) Thanks to the chefs that made and reviewed the recipe.

    Recipe #440746

    Quick to put together, and extremely tasty. This delightful recipe was compliments of Taste of Nova Scotia and was created by Sean Laceby of the Blomidon Inn in Wolfville. My good friend Gail has also made this with strawberries as well as peaches (her favourite). This is one quarter of the original recipe, which was listed as serving 4 - 8. As Gail mentions, this would only apply if you planned to serve it as a beverage. ;) If you have issues with small seeds, it would be a good idea to strain before bottling. I don't know how long it keeps, but I would think you'd be safe if used within a week. I'm still breathing, so I guess that's a good indicator.

    Recipe #431590

    It's mid March and the grocery store has brought in strawberries from Florida. Ahhhh, Spring is here at last. What better way to celebrate than with Strawberry Shortcake. This is my Spring version. Only a few ingredients and very little time involved. The decision to use sugar on the berries will depend on their natural sweetness. I find our local berries are generally sweeter than imported, simply because they are on the plant longer. This dessert looks beautiful when assembled as one cake. However, once you start to cut it.....the top layer slips because of the cream and berries. Therefore, I've chosen to cut into individual servings first, before assembling. Either way, it's yummy. Prep/Cooking Time does not include time for baking the cake.

    Recipe #416898

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