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    I am posting this here because I had lost the recipe for ages and finally found it in my email. I had sent it to myself because I knew I would lose it. So here it is! It is very easy and so YUMMY! * Please note, the tomato juice is a 1.36 Litre can for my fellow Canadians. Recipezaar refused to let me write that in the recipe!

    Recipe #380953

    I am posting this here because I had lost the recipe for ages and finally found it in my email. I had sent it to myself because I knew I would lose it. So here it is! It is very easy and so YUMMY! * Please note, the tomato juice is a 1.36 Litre can, and the kidney beans a 540 mL can for my fellow Canadians. Recipezaar refused to let me write that in the recipe!

    Recipe #380804

    I am originally from the Canadian east coast, and like most people from that area, I grew up with classic macaroni and tomatoes. Sound plain? Well, it can be, but not the way my Dad makes it! Even if you think this doesn't sound that exciting, give it a try- I know you will love it! Kids love this too... *** Edit for the person who mentioned they left out the summer savory because they don't like mint flavouring in their food- it is NOT minty, it is another herb similar to sage and thyme actually. Hope that helps! However, since I know it is hard to find in some areas, it isn't necessary, it's just that I love it, hehe.

    Recipe #375384

    Just like regular potato salad- but with a little extra touch. This recipe works well with additions of other herbs and spices, or vegetables and is great with a few sprinkles of parmesan. Enjoy!

    Recipe #232982

    This is a random thing I threw together for my two year old one day when I was out of his favorite noodles. You may need to adjust the bullion to your own taste if you don't find this is strong enough... but that is easy enough to do. I remove the pieces of garlic in my son's portion- but I love it.

    Recipe #219904

    A great spread for biscuits, but also fabulous as a filling for cakes, pies and tarts! The only one I use. This is fairly tart, as I like it on biscuits, so if using as a cake filling, I would up the sugar to 1 or 1 1/4 cups.

    Recipe #190574

    A lovely spicy, peanuty sauce over spaghetti noodles and vegetables. I really prefer natural peanut butter in this, but that is up to you. Altering the peanut butter and honey can dramatically change this dish, so if you don't like it one way, try it again altering some ingredients.

    Recipe #190573

    These are so good- just something I came up with one day. They are quite spicy, so if you don't like a lot of heat, you might lower the spice the first time you try them. You can also adjust to chicken stock in order to have a thick sauce or a more soupy consistency. I like both. The red pepper is a type of spice, not a mashed up pepper as someone once asked me! I am a vegetarian now and this is still fabulous meat free.

    Recipe #190572

    This recipe was given to my Mother in law and it is one of those special always-at-the-holidays sweets. They are very sweet, so cutting them in very small squares is usually how we do it. I just guessed at the servings because it really depends on how you cut it.

    Recipe #190529

    I love this recipe. It is even better with chocolate frosting. This is one of Laura Ingalls Wilders' actual recipes. I changed it a bit by lowering the fat. I replaced half of the butter with applesauce, so if you want, you can just double the butter and skip the applesauce altogether.

    Recipe #190527

    This is the best recipe I have ever found for chocolate frosting! I have also used molasses in place of the honey, but some don't like the flavor as much. This is the frosting I always use on my gingerbread.

    Recipe #190526


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