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    8 Reviews |  By Lennie

    I've been making these brownies for a while -- they're easy and inexpensive, and absolutely delicious -- but had neglected to post the recipe here. I recently made two batches of these as a thank-you gift for someone who refused to take payment for some work done for me, and they were a huge hit. I then realized I couldn't point anyone towards the recipe, as I often do, so it's definitely time to get this recipe on Zaar so it can be shared with everyone! I was told that these were "better than cash", hence the name!

    Recipe #131536

    11 Reviews |  By Lennie

    I can't believe I can't find this here, so I'm posting it. I make these all the time and have done so for a good 20 years. I think I got the recipe from the Rice Krispies box, but when I checked their current microwave recipe, it's not quite the same. These are always chewy and delicious -- and easy!

    Recipe #129168

    6 Reviews |  By Lennie

    This is my favourite recipe from the original Best of Bridge cookbook. I thought it was already posted here at Zaar, but since I can't find it I want to make sure it's included; I've only modified it slightly from the original. It's so easy to make and tastes so great!

    Recipe #129167

    1 Reviews |  By Lennie

    Emila Brittain made this for our team party for the East Toronto Dodgers all-star baseball team many years ago; I asked for the recipe and she faxed it to me on May 31, 1996. For a long time, I lost the fax -- but I finally found it! I thought it best to get this here at Zaar for two reasons: the fax has already started to fade badly, and I don't want to lose this delicious recipe again. Emila served it as a salad, but it could also be a dessert. Please note that the time to prepare doesn't include the chilling time.

    Recipe #122658

    3 Reviews |  By Lennie

    This is based on a Rachael Ray recipe. I've made them twice, and both times they've turned out perfectly. While they seem like a holiday cookie, they're nice any time of the year when you have a couple of egg whites to use up.

    Recipe #115952

    20 Reviews |  By Lennie

    Over the years, I've taken ideas from many great cooks and have constantly changed how I cook a corned beef dinner. But for a couple of years now, I have done it exactly this way. It's now St Patricks Day 2005, and other members want me to get this down in writing ... so here goes.

    Recipe #113884

    27 Reviews |  By Lennie

    This Barefoot Contessa recipe was posted in response to a request. Enjoy!

    Recipe #113573

    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

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

    Recipe #86740

    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

    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

    3 Reviews |  By Lennie

    I am a great fan of my mini loaf pans, and so adapted this recipe I found while watching the Sugar tv show to make mini loaves. So cute! (And perfect for passing along to friends and neighbours, too.) You'll notice the lack of spice; the idea is for the peach flavour to come through, but feel free to add some cinnamon or nutmeg if you wish.

    Recipe #84535

    I needed something quick for dinner last night, and so created this on-the-spot -- inspired by a garlic chicken recipe I read in a cookbook, which used whole chicken pieces, skin and bone. Plus I wanted to finish off my bag of panko so I could go buy a new one. I was so pleased with how this turned out that I intend to make it regularly. Panko are japanese bread crumbs and they are highly superior to any other type; please try to source them out for this dish rather than use regular dry bread crumbs. The "international" or "ethnic" aisle in your grocery store should sell panko; if not, complain to the manager!

    Recipe #84247

    41 Reviews |  By Lennie

    These are, in a word, sublime. This is not a recipe to cut back on the quality of the ingredients; since you're going to be buying mascarpone cheese anyway (which isn't cheap), go for the gold and buy high-quality chocolate too. I like using the Lindt dark chocolate in this. Thanks to the Cookworks Show on Food Network Canada, where I saw this recipe being prepared and immediately knew it was a winner. After baking one batch, I knew I had gone to Brownie Heaven!

    Recipe #83867

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