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    28 Reviews |  By Lennie

    I have been making this microwave fudge ever since I've owned a microwave -- since the early 1980s. I particularly like it when made with flavoured chocolate chips. Nuts can be added if you wish; I recommend toasted walnuts, chopped fairly small.

    Recipe #48056

    4 Reviews |  By Lennie

    This is a grown-up hot chocolate, although you don't have to use the brandy. A good quality bittersweet dark chocolate can be substituted for the white chocolate if that's your preference.

    Recipe #48011

    This is not my recipe, but is posted on behalf of a friend. He says, "This recipe is a superb complement to your favourite carrot cake recipe. Although it is assuredly best if made with "real McCoy" Vermont or Canadian maple syrup, it is also very good made with Log Cabin (or other brand) sugar-free syrup for the diabetics among us." I have also been told this recipe is superb with George Washington's Carrot Cake recipe #39623.

    Recipe #47461

    1 Reviews |  By Lennie

    My version of a couscous recipe from a Jean Pare holiday cookbook -- this delicious dish is very easy to prepare and makes a wonderful side dish when served beside seafood, chicken, turkey, or pork. If you want a vegetarian dish, simply substitute vegetable stock for the chicken stock. Standing time is included in the prep time.

    Recipe #47005

    42 Reviews |  By Lennie

    According to the Canadian Living Test Kitchen, this is their most requested Hallowe'en recipe. I haven't made them, but think I will this year. Sounds ghoulishly good!

    Recipe #44422

    3 Reviews |  By Lennie

    From the November 2002 issue of Canadian Living Magazine: In January 2001, in honour of the United Nations International Decade for the Culture of Peace, Monica Mueller of Burnaby BC started a progam that provides cakes for conferences and cultural events that focus on developing kindness. The cakes hark back to many cultures with their traditional ingredients (almonds, from the Jewish mandelbrot; dates, eaten to break the fast during the Muslim holy month of Ramadan; cranberries, from the cuisine of Canada's native peoples). She hopes that on World Kindness Day (Nov. 13) people will make these cakes and--in the spirit of kindness--give one away. Well, Recipezaar members -- are we up for that?! :-)

    Recipe #44412

    10 Reviews |  By Lennie

    Because of the whole wheat flour, I've always felt these squares were somewhat healthy. Maybe I'm kidding myself, but I definitely can say they're delicious, and perfect for any holiday goodie platter.

    Recipe #43512

    5 Reviews |  By Lennie

    I first had this recipe at my husband's aunt's home back in 1979; got the recipe from her and have been making it to serve with turkey dinner ever since. I love the apples and turnip together! If you want to make it ahead of time, you can; just make it up to the layering stage then cover tightly and refrigerate. Put topping on, though, just before it goes into the oven.

    Recipe #42958

    2 Reviews |  By Lennie

    Bacon and onion add a wonderful flavour to simple mashed potatoes. It's not a lowfat dish, but it ranks as terrific comfort food! Feel free to adjust all amounts to suit your tastes.

    Recipe #42300

    10 Reviews |  By Lennie

    I have been meaning to post this recipe for a long time; these are absolutely delicious! Dixie Crossroads is a fantastic seafood restaurant in Florida, and they serve these before each meal. At the restaurant you can buy the fritter mix, but they also give out the recipe so you can make them from scratch.

    Recipe #42283

    28 Reviews |  By Lennie

    This is very similar to a dish I enjoy at a fabulous Toronto restaurant, Jerusalem -- but the restaurant's version doesn't use raw garlic. I love the taste of this dish. If you're the only eggplant lover in your household (like I am), use a smaller eggplant, cut the sauce ingredients in half, and enjoy this yourself.

    Recipe #42280

    1 Reviews |  By Lennie

    I found this recipe, written in old-fashioned handwriting, on the inside cover of an old cookbook I picked up at an estate sale. I've copied it here, as written; I've guessed at a serving amount. I haven't made this, but I sure would like to try it.

    Recipe #41592

    13 Reviews |  By Lennie

    I have not tried this recipe from The James Beard Cook Book, a book I bought at a yard sale. But a previous owner of the book sure did; the book often opens automatically onto this spattered page.

    Recipe #41337

    8 Reviews |  By Lennie

    Taken from The James Beard Cook Book, 1961 copy. I prepare this recipe every time I do a prime rib roast, always with excellent results.

    Recipe #41336

    No, this isn't a soup WITH new brides, it's a soup FOR new brides (as well as for any soup lovers, of course). Back in the 1980s, the new bride of my husband's youngest brother loved this soup and made it so often than my brother-in-law cursed me for teaching her how to make it. Don't say you weren't warned!

    Recipe #41329

    8 Reviews |  By Lennie

    Posted in response to a request; untried by me.

    Recipe #41318

    Recipe #39975

    1 Reviews |  By Lennie

    I have not made this stew, but am putting it up here as I seek out "american" and "new york" recipes in honour of the first anniversary of the September 11 tragedy. This recipe is from retired NYC Fire Commissioner John Mulligan.

    Recipe #39872

    11 Reviews |  By Lennie

    You CAN make this without using a raw egg; see directions. This classic mayo is delicious, but please note that it won't keep as long in the fridge as commercial mayos do.

    Recipe #39780

    2 Reviews |  By Lennie

    This dish originates with the old Paradise Restaurant in Manhattan, on 41st Street. I have not made this shrimp dish, but am putting it up here as I seek out "american" and "new york" recipes in honour of the first anniversary of the September 11 tragedy. This recipe was originally published in "Secrets from New York's Best Restaurants", and repeated in "New York Cookbook".

    Recipe #39698

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