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    Classic British tart made with a shortbread base and a frangipane filling made from ground almonds. Pleasantly flavourful and sweet.

    Recipe #501274

    Corn Tortillas made from scratch are delicious and take a half hour to make, so why not? Taco meat filling, garnished with grated cheese and a dollop of sour cream, green onions and cilantro. Easy clean-up and leftovers can be frozen. Nice presentation when served with a side of flavoured rice, beans and salsa.

    Recipe #493574

    Light, easy to make and really yummy! Freezes well.

    Recipe #449306

    1 Reviews |  By slb2008

    Simple, delicious and quick -- found this years ago in Eating Well magazine Oct/97 -- make it all the time and it never fails to impress. Enjoy!

    Recipe #333136

    1 Reviews |  By slb2008

    Came across this recipe on www.crisco.com. I reduced sugar to 1 cup, substituted sunflower seeds for chopped pecans, and added raisins. I make these bi-weekly and that's just enough time in between. Really good tasting, I store in freezer bags for the lunch-box, and so I don't eat all of them! Enjoy! :)

    Recipe #329326

    These are great for the freezer, so the time is well used. If you're not familiar with phyllo dough, you'll get the knack quickly with this recipe. Follow the rules on the package, defrost in the fridge for a couple of days, keep dough covered when not in use. There are 20 sheets in the package --I cut the package in half, and put one back in the freezer. When defrosted, I run my knife through all layers lengthwise through the centre. That way I have enough to make 40 triangles. Enjoy! :)

    Recipe #329276

    1 Reviews |  By slb2008

    This is a great freezer dish. Fresh pasta makes it melt in your mouth good! You can substitute well-drained cottage cheese for the ricotta. I make this at least once a month -- great for the lunch-bag. Enjoy :)

    Recipe #329070

    1 Reviews |  By slb2008

    Orecchiette is one of my favourite pasta shapes -- it looks like "little hats" and holds sauces well. This pasta salad is nice when served at room temperature. It's a big hit at pot lucks and makes yummy leftovers for lunch!

    Recipe #311638

    4 Reviews |  By slb2008

    Making pita at home is simple and very tasty. I like that I could make the pitas smaller than the ones at the grocery. Watching them bake and puff up was really amazing. I found this recipe at www.bread-maker.net.

    Recipe #309638

    1 Reviews |  By slb2008

    This is a great way to use up leftover bits of cheese and other things in the fridge. Simple ingredients, delicious and quick to prepare. Make ahead and pop into the oven for dinner, great for the freezer too.

    Recipe #308917

    4 Reviews |  By slb2008

    I've been making this soup for a couple of years, loosely based on my mom's navy beans with pork hocks. I have tried it with cannellini beans, but prefer the taste and texture of the great northerns. The soup freezes really well and heats perfectly in the microwave. Cooking time does not include quick soaking the beans. I hope you enjoy it! :)

    Recipe #306828


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