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    Lemons are delicious, healthy, rich in vitamin C and their use in the kitchen is not only culinary. When I saw an algerian recipe for chicken and "citrons confits", I knew I had to find a traditional recipe to be true to the recipe. I forgot where I found the original recipe but here is the way I do my preserved lemons. I keep them for about a year or so and they still are delicious. They are kept in olive oil, which adds to my need for tasty oils in my salads, soups, pastas or casseroles, after the lemons are gone. So here it is!!

    Recipe #326963

    We are not so fond of hot sauces or hot peppers as such; it is a cultural thing, I presume. On the other hand, mild peppers are a treat and we love them. So, for the mild pepper lovers of RecipeZaar, here is my favorite pepper jelly. It can be done with red peppers or green or orange ones or a mix of peppers!! We have this on bagels spread with cream cheese or on anything that you wish, such as ham, roast, crackers, sandwiches, etc.. As a family secret, I will add that to avoid the sticking in the bottom of the pots when preparing ketsups and chutneys, we always put 3 equally-spaced pennies on the burner. Nothing sticks to the bottom of the pots this way. Try it!!

    Recipe #326890

    In 2008, this recipe won red ribbon at a local fair which has been going since 1871! Quebec is known for fruit ketchups which are tasty, sweet and spicy. My husband's mother was a super good cook and every year, she made this recipe; it was a tradition that we still enjoy today. I even sold my house thanks to this recipe. Since the time for tomatoes has arrived, here is the recipe. This ketchup is good with sausages, chops, shepperd's pie, tourtière or even with cold cuts and bread!!

    Recipe #322174

    This is poured over the Green Tomato Cake. It has the wonderful taste of those cream sugar squares.

    Recipe #115249

    Surprizing, my grandmother turned everything that grew in her garden into cakes. This is one of her recipes and you will just love it since it will allow you to transform your green tomatoes in something else than green ketchup!! The cake by itself is not so sweet; the icing makes it just right.

    Recipe #114992

    I always make this frosting for my Carrots and Beets Cake. Together, they make the most wonderful and so rich in savor cake as well as a conversation piece. The cake is one of the most precious recipes I have since it comes from my grandmother.

    Recipe #114857

    I inherited this wonderful recipe from my grandmother which used almost everything that grew in her garden to make cakes. Moist and colorful, this cake could be prepared during the Christmas holiday's season. My children used to beg for me to make it when they saw beets on the table!!

    Recipe #114622

    This is a wonderful recipe that I created with a small quantity of ground cherries that I produced in the summer of 2004. Ground cherries are those little golden yellow fruits, Latin name Physalis peruviana (for a picture, http://www.flickr.com/photos/24030963@N05/2799007503/). Enjoy it with sausages, ham, pork or lamb chops, meatloaves or even on a cream cheesed bagel!

    Recipe #114511

    After school, with a glass of milk, it is a tradition. If your children are allergic to peanuts, omit the filling or replace with sunflower seed paste.

    Recipe #113320


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