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    2 Reviews |  By Lennie

    Suitable for a light lunch or as an appetizer, this soup is full of flavour. Substitute vegetable stock for the chicken stock if you want soup to be vegetarian or kosher.

    Recipe #93901

    2 Reviews |  By Lennie

    This recipe is from Canadian Living magazine, posted in response to a request from a Zaar member who had lost her copy.

    Recipe #93711

    12 Reviews |  By Lennie

    This results in exceptionally moist and tender chicken, with the bonus of being a complete meal. The veggies get bathed in the chicken juices, resulting in an easy, delicious one-pan dinner. It's low-maintenance once it's in the oven too; no basting, no fussing. You may want to add extra garlic cloves in the pan; after roasting they're sweet and delicious and taste great when squeezed out onto the chicken meat or potatoes. Do try the parsnip in this dish, rather than the more traditional carrot; the parsnip gets very sweet when roasting and goes so well with the chicken. This dish is easy enough for weeknights, spiffy enough for company!

    Recipe #92682

    48 Reviews |  By Lennie

    I am such a sucker for visuals. I saw these pancakes being made on a cooking show this morning (Cookworks), dashed out to buy fresh blueberries, and made these for dinner tonight. They did not disappoint! Try them; they're delicious!

    Recipe #92466

    9 Reviews |  By Lennie

    Tore this recipe out of an old calendar and recently found the clipping -- haven't made them but they sure sound good, so I thought I'd share!

    Recipe #91590

    2 Reviews |  By Lennie

    One of our members has been looking for a pickled beet recipe that isn't on the sweet side, and I just found this so I'm posting it so we can all share. I've not made it (but I likely will since pickled beets are a favourite of mine) but any recipe from Rose Murray, one of Canada's great cookbook authors, is definitely to be trusted.

    Recipe #87821

    89 Reviews |  By Lennie

    I don't always have cake flour on hand, and I'm betting many others don't either. I have discovered that this substitute works very, very well. Easy too, and it uses pantry staples!

    Recipe #87689

    2 Reviews |  By Lennie

    Posted on behalf of a request. Here in Toronto (which has a large Portuguese community), every Portuguese food store likely sells bifana; except for the bakeries, I've seen it frequently. It's very tasty -- I've never made it, but I've bought it on occasion and eaten it at my Portuguese girlfriend's home many times as well. Bifana is regarded more as a snack than a meal. This recipe is from "Uma Casa Portuguesa" (Portuguese Home Cooking) by Carla Azevedo.

    Recipe #87600

    1 Reviews |  By Lennie

    So many folks worry about using raw eggs in salad dressings, so this dressing is a real find. Even better, it's absolutely delicious--and is so easy to make. Thanks to Bonnie Stern for this one.

    Recipe #87489

    This recipe is from The Tammy Wynette Southern Cookbook. In the book, she states that this recipe came to her from her cousin, Hazel Hall, from Red Bay, Alabama. Another one of my celebrity recipes!

    Recipe #87212

    2 Reviews |  By Lennie

    This Portuguese soup is posted by request; I've not made this recipe myself.

    Recipe #86740

    14 Reviews |  By Lennie

    This recipe is posted for a Recipezaar member who is looking for an eggless, baked rice pudding. It's untried by me, but it sounds good so I'll likely try it soon! I found it in Rose Murray's cookbook, "Hungry For Comfort: The Pleasures of Home Cooking" (which, incidentally, is a great book). This is what Rose Murray says about this recipe: "Risottos seem to have replaced the old-fashioned rice pudding as modern comfort food, but I think that the traditional baked rice pudding should be revived since it is so easy to make and provides the same wonderfully creamy texture as an upscale risotto."

    Recipe #86275

    2 Reviews |  By Lennie

    Please note that I haven't made this, and I only tasted it (I really dislike lima beans, you see, and peas aren't a favourite either). But I asked for the recipe at the potluck I was at, since everyone else seemed to be really going for this. I admit, the taste I had was good--but of course I had no lima beans in my wee helping! I've been meaning to post it for a bit, and just realized it's perfect for St Paddy's Day, so I'd better get it into the database now. I made the name up, by the way; I was told it was called "Green Vegetable Casserole". Boring.

    Recipe #86209

    6 Reviews |  By Lennie

    Posted in response to a request for smothered chicken. The absolute best smothered chicken I have ever had was at Sylvia's restaurant in Harlem. I found this recipe on the Web, apparently from a cookbook put out by Sylvia herself.

    Recipe #86206

    5 Reviews |  By Lennie

    Chili is one of my hubby's favourite dinners and I've been making it for years. I just made it again recently and this time I took great pains to measure and make a note of everything I did, so I could finally get it down on paper. And yes, it has beans in it. Deal with it.

    Recipe #86204

    Untried by me; posted in response to a request for beignets.

    Recipe #86145

    3 Reviews |  By Lennie

    I have not made this, but am posting it here in the hope that it might help someone out who is looking for a similar recipe. I saw Christine Cushing make this on her tv show and it looked amazing, and so had the recipe on hand in my "must-try" pile of printouts! Cushing says, "This is a killer Moroccan pie. The combination of cinnamon, icing sugar and almonds hidden between the layers of phyllo and the sweet and savoury chicken filling is really amazing."

    Recipe #85868

    11 Reviews |  By Lennie

    Sorry to disappoint, but the secret ingredient isn't anything exotic or special: it's just cornstarch. Yes, cornstarch. If you like your cookies to have that crispy exterior but still have a chewy interior, then this recipe is for you. It's the cornstarch that lets that happen. That's how I like my cookies and this recipe has fast become a family favourite. You can use regular chocolate chips in these, but it really is worth it to chop up some great chocolate instead. Thanks to Anna Olson of the Sugar tv show for the great tip.

    Recipe #85708

    59 Reviews |  By Lennie

    My SIL is a newlywed, and she's turning into quite a good cook -- we have even started sharing recipes. This is HER stir fry sauce, and I love its basic goodness. You can add ingredients (I'll add a few spoonfuls of black bean sauce sometimes, for example) or change them around (I often use brown sugar instead of white, and sometimes I use rice wine vinegar instead of the white). I keep losing the piece of paper I have this scribbled on, so it's time to bring it to Zaar!

    Recipe #85683

    19 Reviews |  By Lennie

    This is my new favourite recipe for pizza dough; it's so easy and works so well. I was watching a recent episode ("Pizza Party") of his show and went to the web as soon as it was over to get the recipe. Here it is, but the instructions are different than what you'll find on the web as I use my heavy-duty mixer rather than make this by hand. Enjoy!

    Recipe #84545

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