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    This is a Canadian Living recipe and has been a favourite at our house. Serve these quesadillas with a green salad and you have a meatless but very tasty meal. The recipe indicates 4 servings (4 whole quesadillas) but I find that with a salad, 1/2 of a quesadilla fills me up. I have never used the jalapenos, as I don't like foods that are too spicy. Enjoy!

    Recipe #314042

    This salad was served with lunch at a conference I went to, and I liked it so much that I requested the recipe. It is elegant but easy to make. The candied almonds really add flavour!

    Recipe #313556

    I have been making this meatloaf for years now and we all love it. You'll find quite a bit of grease in the bottom of your loaf pan, even when using lean ground beef. When I first started making this meatloaf, I would end up pouring off most of the sauce (the best part!) when draining the fat, so now I bake the meatloaf first without the sauce, then drain off the fat, then spread the sauce on top and return it to the oven for about 5-10 more minutes. I also usually double the ingredients for the sauce so that I have some sauce to serve with the leftovers (if you manage to have any!). Hope you enjoy this recipe as much as we do!

    Recipe #306987

    I copied this recipe from a friend of mine and it has been a hit at our house ever since. It is very low in fat and high in flavour! The recipe makes 3 loaves which freeze very well. I prefer baking the loaves in silicone loaf pans, as I found that the bottom tended to burn a bit when baking them in non-stick pans. Tastes great with a bit of butter and a cup of coffee.

    Recipe #306981


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