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    This is a nice light bread that is very tasty for sandwiches and does not require the whole wheat cycle on the ABM. It is from the "Canadian Bread Machine Baking" with Roxanne McQuilkin.

    Recipe #265502

    Calorie and fat reduced salad dressing for those who like Caesar salad but want to cut down on fat and cholesterol. I clipped this recipe from a recent Toronto Globe and Mail newspaper. We tried it last night and enjoyed it.

    Recipe #284905

    This recipe is from Kelly, the leader of one of the stationary cycling classes at our local Y.

    Recipe #334340

    Most of the work for this salad can be done ahead. I have made it a few times and my family and guests really enjoyed it. I got the recipe from the Canadian Living Barbecue plus Cookbook Summer 2005.

    Recipe #265524

    Easy, fast and tasty. I adapted this from Miss Vickie's Big Book of Pressure Cooker Recipes, which was the best pressure cooker cookbook I found in our local library.

    Recipe #371326

    This is one of my favourite chicken recipes - tasty, low fat, spicy and easy to prepare. I found it in "Pol Martin's Supreme Cuisine" and have made it many times over the years. Hope others enjoy it too.

    Recipe #267447

    This is a simple recipe that has become my standard chicken for Chicken Caesar Salad. It is from "The Lighthearted Cookbook" by Anne Lindsay.

    Recipe #308957

    This is one of my favorite stir-fry recipes. It is from the Harrowsmith Cookbook Volume Number 1.

    Recipe #382977

    I have made this recipe several times with good results. It is from Bonnie Stern's "Simply HeartSmart Cooking".

    Recipe #333186

    I found this recipe in The Best of Cooking Light 2. We particularly enjoy it in the summer when we get basil fresh from the flower box and local tomatoes at the farmer's market.

    Recipe #242614

    A delicious recipe from Canadian Living's Best Weekend Pleasures. Fairly simple preparation but impressive to serve. Can be prepped early in the day and popped in the oven when company arrives.

    Recipe #336610

    This is an easy, tasty side dish that presents well. It is from Sandra Woodruff's "Secrets of Fat-Free Cooking".

    Recipe #337345

    This is the end result of a number of recipes that I have tried and adapted over the years. The most recent "tweaking" is the use of Bugles instead of cheese crackers, an idea I gleaned from Recipezaar and which my son tells me was an excellent change. I make multiple roast pans full of this over the course of each Christmas season.

    Recipe #284938

    A chewy, tasty square from the Harrowsmith Cookbook Volume 2. Would serve as an energy bar for on the go people. Cooking time is chill time.

    Recipe #367445

    I got this recipe from the Cottage Life's Summer Weekend cookbook. It is similar to others that I have seen, but just different enough that I thought it worth posting. When I make it in a larger that 9 inch pie plate (when company is coming) I use a cup or so of frozen berries in the cooked sauce to increase the amount of filling and the ratio of fresh to cooked berries.

    Recipe #248576


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