This is a dinner roll recipe that my mother calls "Laura's Dinner Rolls" because my daughter Laura likes them so much. I usually make the recipe into 18 to 24 rolls and put 9 to 12 of them into a round cake pan to rise and bake. Even my students request them when we do potlucks. I am from the Maritimes, Canada, so we use all purpose flour for them.
We live on the east coast of Canada in the maritimes. We have a strong Irish/Scottish/English background. This recipe is a family heirloom recipe, probably Irish in origin as it comes from my maternal grandmother who was first generation Canadian of Irish descent.
This is a divinity fudge recipe that I use with my Kitchenaid mixer. It makes a nice divinity fudge recipe that mimics my friend's grandmother's very closely. I use a candy thermometer when making it. I don't put the nuts in it. My friend's grandmother used to colour it pink or green with food colouring.
This is a seafood casserole recipe that we often make at Christmas or New Year's. We live in on the east coast of Canada so we have good access to seafood. You can change the quantities or types of seafood used. I usually don't use the crab meat, but increase the amount of lobster and shrimp I use. You can use haddock or salmon in it also. I usually use whatever I have on hand. The important thing is to use approximately the same volume of fish as stated in the recipe. I usually serve it over the flaky pastry shells, but you can also serve it in crepes or just by itself on the plate.
This is a combination of a couple of baked bean recipes including touches from my mother and grandmother. We live in New Brunswick, Canada, and beans are always a favourite for Saturday supper along with Brown Bread. In this recipe you can use salt pork, bacon, or if I don't have either, I use a tablespoon of shortening.
This is a recipe given to me by a co-worker. It mimics very well the donairs that are served in this part of the country. I like this recipe because it doesn't have a lot of preservatives in it. I usually use lean hamburger when I make it. I serve it with the Donair Sauce receipe that I have also posted.
This is an old family recipe. We live on the east coast of Canada and this mayonnaise is used in dishes such as lobster salad sandwiches, lobster rolls, potato salad, egg salads and anything else that you would use mayonnaise or salad dressing in. I like it because it is cooked and keeps for quite a while when refrigerated. My grandmothers used to make it for Lobster Suppers that their church used to host.