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    This is a recipe from Canadian Living. I like it because the sauce is not too gloppy and sugary and the chicken is browned very nicely, it tastes more authentically Chinese. You can also add a red pepper if you wish, or some grated ginger.

    Recipe #498791

    Recipe #491149

    This is a Canadian Living recipe that I often make with Christmas turkey dinner.

    Recipe #491123

    A very hearty potato salad with classic Italian vinaigrette dressing. Use the best quality black olives you can find.

    Recipe #491122

    The flavors of this beef stroganoff really come together well in the slow cooker, and it tastes special enough for company. You can add more or less sour cream at the end depending on your taste.

    Recipe #489304

    2 Reviews |  By Semra22

    A very delicious recipe from the Campbells kitchen. You can't even taste any soup in this, it has such a lovely combination of flavours.

    Recipe #475012

    1 Reviews |  By Semra22

    A very simple recipe with only four ingredients, takes no time to prepare.

    Recipe #475008

    The gremolada really makes this dish with it's bright flavors, don't omit it!

    Recipe #457130

    Actually, this recipe has a lot of Dijon mustard in it as well, which goes very nicely with the lemon flavor. You can vary the amount of Dijon or garlic to your taste.The original recipe called for 6 chicken breasts, but I made it with 2 (just for my daughter and me) with the original amount of sauce. I thought this amount turned out to be perfect for just the 2 chicken breasts.(I probably like it saucy!) I'm sure you could double the recipe, although you probably wouldn't want to double the olive oil. If you are using a reduced salt chicken broth you might want to add a teeny bit salt. Cooking time includes marinating time.

    Recipe #453814

    This is a recipe from Canadian Living magazine. It's very hearty with the beef in the sauce. You could also omit the beef if you want a vegetarian dish.

    Recipe #451159

    This is a recipe from the Company's Coming cookbook 150 Delicious Squares. I love graham crackers, and I think they really go well with the lemon.

    Recipe #451158

    The chicken is stir-fired first with a nice coating, so it's crispy brown. You can substitute green pepper or other vegetables. You can also adjust the sauce to sweetness or sourness to your taste.

    Recipe #451157

    1 Reviews |  By Semra22

    I finally found mirin at the local T & T supermarket, it's a mild tasting rice wine. These are tasty and really easy to put together. You can also do these kabobs in the oven.

    Recipe #451154

    1 Reviews |  By Semra22

    This is the recipe from Oprah magazine. Light and delicious for lemon lovers.

    Recipe #451127

    These are great muffins, even without the dates (I confess I usually make them without). Great snacks for the kids. These freeze well.

    Recipe #451126

    Picadillo is a great Latin American dish.This is my version of picadillo after I tinkered around with an old recipe. I like to serve this over rice. The currants and almonds go very nicely in the dish and give it a more exotic flavor.

    Recipe #451120

    This is from the Real Simple website. I've never seen a recipe for a cold dip before.

    Recipe #451118

    Also known as Boeuf en Daube, the beef is slow-braised in a sealed casserole. A recipe from Canadian Living magazine. Very yummy!

    Recipe #451021

    According to fans of Kors d'Oeuvres who have deemed it the "World's Greatest Onion Dip". Well, I haven't tried it yet but it sounds good! I'm just guessing about the amount it makes here.

    Recipe #451020

    My kids just love this cake. The cardamom is a subtle and kind of citrus-y spice that goes really well with the apples. The cake is very moist too, it just needs a sprinkle of icing sugar. Comes from Canadian Living magazine.

    Recipe #450988

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