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    Here's a recipe for a holiday table triumph: a dessert that's refreshing, elegant and rich, yet not heavy or overly sweet. The Grape Frangipane Tart looks like a jewel and tastes like a dream with juicy grapes and the complementary flavour of almonds. Begin with your favourite tart dough recipe or purchase the best tart shell you can buy ready-made from your grocer's freezer selection. Whipped cream is the perfect topping.

    Recipe #508308

    Game hens are one of the easiest birds to roast and stuff. That's because the stuffing reaches the required temperature at about the same time the birds are done roasting. The stuffing component in this recipe produces a moist, tangy-sweet and nutty combination featuring grapes and almonds.

    Recipe #508306

    Using a butter puff pastry is the host or hostess's best friend. Try this delectable nibble for your next party and your guests will be coming back for more.

    Recipe #508285

    Raspberry coulis is an easy way to pretty up freshly baked molten lava cakes for company. Don't drain the raspberries- you want all that raspberry juice in the sauce. You can use frozen strawberries if you prefer strawberry coulis.

    Recipe #508282

    Nothing says fall more than the fresh aroma of some of the season's most popular baked goods. From the classic carrot cake to the all-time family favourite – chocolate chip cookies – there is no shortage of occasions to enjoy these tried and true recipes. That's why the baking experts at Robin Hood are celebrating the start of the fall baking season with an updated selection of classic fall favourites. The best part? These fall recipes are not only delicious, they include some added goodness.

    Recipe #508270

    Add this recipe to your Mediterranean collection: Prep Time: 15 minutes Cook Time: 20 minutes

    Recipe #507911

    My dad has always believed in the importance of using real ingredients in the kitchen, no matter what the dish; so if you want high quality taste, use high quality ingredients. Using real butter and real cream is essential to this dish!

    Recipe #504676

    One of my favourite things about mushrooms is the way they add hearty flavour and texture to meatless dishes. Take this recipe, for example, where a hearty vegetarian-friendly mushroom ragout elevates the humble baked potato from simple side dish to a meal in itself.

    Recipe #504667

    Grilled Turkey Breast with Cran-Apple Cremini Stuffing

    Recipe #504663

    This is almost a meal in itself. Just add a salad and some crusty bread.

    Recipe #504662

    This recipe is quite versatile as you can spice-it-up with extra chili sauce or make it a little more exotic by adding curry spices to the noodle dish. The world is your oyster. The chicken's garlic seasonings lend themselves well to whatever part of the culinary world you'd like to visit – in under an hour.

    Recipe #504510

    This recipe is perfect for those colder autumn days as the warm, creamy potatoes provide comfort and play the perfect partner to this herbaceous chicken.

    Recipe #504509

    Sometimes the convenience of ordering-in is hugely enticing. This recipe fills the home with that mouth-watering restaurant-style rotisserie chicken aroma. Paired with rice and broccoli, this makes a delicious meal for the whole family.

    Recipe #504508

    For a protein kick, try a simple and delicious after-school snack of hummus and colourful veggies. Prepare the hummus and cut the vegetables the night before for a quick and healthy afternoon snack that won't spoil dinner appetites. More great recipes can be found at www.peanutbureau.ca.

    Recipe #504199

    Homemade granola bars are an easy and healthy after-school snack and aren't as sweet as the store-bought varieties. They can be stored in an air-tight container to have handy when hunger strikes. More great recipes can be found at www.peanutbureau.ca.

    Recipe #504195

    Remembered as a staple of childhood snacking everywhere, this party mix, created by the Almond Board of California offers a nutritious spin. Packed with tasty ingredients like almond butter, dried cranberries and dark chocolate, this mix will give you (and your loved ones) the perfect boost of energy.

    Recipe #504193

    In these tacos, strips of meaty grilled portabella join up with grilled onions and poblano peppers, and then get a quick toss with smoky chipotle powder and tangy lime juice to create a taco filling so flavourful and satisfying that even the most devoted of meat eaters won't complain.

    Recipe #504192

    Do you want to make after-school snacks a breeze? These make-ahead peanutty bites are a nutritious option and are easy enough for the kids to help make. Such tasty grab-and-go treats are likely to make your freezer the most popular after-school destination. More great recipes can be found at www.peanutbureau.ca.

    Recipe #504188

    This hearty vegetarian soup takes longer to cook but only a few minutes to prepare and then you can practically forget about it 'til done. If you have leftovers it freezes and reheats well too for totable lunches.

    Recipe #491777

    With obesity rates on the rise, there is no better time than now for families to build healthier habits. This includes getting more exercise and eating healthier. Nutritionists recommend eating more whole grains, lean proteins and increasing the amount of vegetables and fruit in their daily diets. While selecting the right foods is the first step, how they are prepared is equally as important. Cooking healthfully includes choosing the right ingredients as well as implementing techniques such as baking, grilling, broiling, roasting and stir frying. Get creative with mealtime by presenting healthy choices for the family. Get kids excited about eating lean proteins and more veggies by serving favorites such as grilled chicken in a different yet still nutritious way. Try this recipe for Chicken, Chili and Lime Lettuce Wraps that features grilled chicken, leafy greens and heart-healthy almonds. Kids will find it fun to eat with their hands and parents will love.

    Recipe #471724

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