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    This is a really good jam to make when you can't buy berries in season. I came up with this recipe when somebody (DH) left the door ajar on our upright freezer and the 2 kg bag of berries thawed out. I wasn’t blessed with time so I made this simple mixed berry jam with a hint of lemon and tangerine. I’ll be searching for recipes where I can include it as an ingredient. That is if my friends and family leave me any extra jars!

    Recipe #364173

    These dark savoury beans fill the house with wonderful aroma on a cold Canadian day. Real Maple Syrup is far superior to those liquid sugary types. I like to leave the onion whole and take it out after (cut it up and eat seperate). Great served with hunks of rustic bread and pork chops. Make lots of it and you can take it for lunches. I'm going to freeze the leftovers flat in bags but because they are salted I'll use them up within a months time. Preparation time is not including overnight soak

    Recipe #361139

    These juicy hamburgers are also good for you. The sour cherries greatly reduce the formation of harmful chemicals (HCA) found in barbecued meat. Use fresh when in season but canned or frozen are just as good.

    Recipe #130836


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