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    A lovely simple Halibut dish that always goes over well with my family

    Recipe #312531

    This is more of a technique than a recipe. I learned it from a professional chef. The proportions are 1:1:1 plus salt.

    Recipe #255545

    A traditional Cree dish (Canadian Plains Indians) this is the only recipe that I have been able to find. I hope others will have information on Moose Nose as well.

    Recipe #180095

    A mildly sweet sauce that complements the mild taste of the cod filets. The curry flavor is very mild, but that is my curry powder, yours might be hotter. I like to serve it over basmati rice.

    Recipe #154006

    This is the oyster breading recipe I use in my restaurant. I use these for the basis of many recipes. As I live close to the ocean and one of the largest producers of oysters in North America is 15 min from me I feel ok about buying the oysters from them. This recipe uses fresh shucked oysters. The oysters are breaded then frozen raw and can be cooked from raw without thawing. I use this base for making oyster burgers which I will also post.

    Recipe #150644

    A great potluck dish. The brine can be saved and frozen to be used again. This recipe can be made in a crock pot set on low. The longer the smokies are simmered the better they will be.

    Recipe #145691

    This is in response to a new thread in the Q&A. It is a chicken stuffed into a duck stuffed into a turkey. All with stuffing in between. I am posting this without having tried it (yes I know the bad zaar karma about doing this).

    Recipe #144265

    I make this in the evening as a quiet night at home food. I drink it like tea. The dried mushrooms are quite flavourful. I find bags of shiitake mushrooms at Asian markets and the ethnic food section of the supermarket

    Recipe #143532

    This is a recipe my dad invented and I named as a child, great with Sunday dinner. Use margerine and oil, not butter as the milk solids in butter will burn

    Recipe #142981

    Ever had to hold a dinner party for 6 on a budget of $40? I have and this family favorite was the life saver or dinner savour (ok, bad pun) It also makes a great family dinner. It is basically your most inexpensive cut of beef, flank steaks or round steaks flattened out with a lot of pounding arranged together to form a 12x16-inch sheet, and rolled like a jelly roll around a bread stuffing. If you want to really jazz it up, try adding 1/2 can smoked oysters (chopped) or cooked chopped chicken livers to the stuffing. The moist cooking method helps tenderize the steak and makes an excellent sauce for the potatoes. If you want to make your own stuffing to save even more money, that works too. I'm not sure why it is called Mock Duck.

    Recipe #142950


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