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    I wrote out this recipe AGES ago -- don't remember where I found it -- but finally tried it this week. Oh. my. goodness. I HAVE BEEN MISSING OUT!!! Simple and irrisistible! Tastes good the first day, but definitely better a day later; my recommendation would be to make it a day in advance if it's for a special occasion.

    Recipe #458667

    Got this recipe from my cousin (CrystalB -- chef #139350), who got it from a Company's Coming cookbook. A perfect side-dish for an Oriental meal -- mildly flavoured, slightly sweet.... just a great way to serve broccoli!!

    Recipe #457725

    A delicious recipe from my "Best Loved Slow Cooker Recipes" book.

    Recipe #413063

    Found this recipe at "A Year of Slow Cooking" blog ( Simple and delicious!

    Recipe #409774

    Found at, this is a delicious, simple cookie. I didn't have any lemon peel, so I omitted it, but I could still taste the faint hint of lemon flavour from the juice. I underbaked these just a little so they'd stay chewy.

    Recipe #402639

    From my Better Homes & Gardens "New Cook Book" (10th ed., published in 1989!) Found this today while looking for a good, simple recipe that my almost-5-yr old daughter could help me with. It's great for that reason -- extremely quick and easy -- but it also tastes really good, especially the topping!! Nice and moist and not too sweet.

    Recipe #372226

    From Company's Coming Weekend Cooking. Quite delicious and even better the next day -- although a little watery-er.

    Recipe #371389

    This is from the Company's Coming Select Series Beans & Rice cookbook. I didn't have instant rice so I used the same amount of regular white rice, increased the chicken broth by 1 cup, and boiled the rice with the veggies. I think I probably should have used a little less rice (or another tin of mushroom soup!) because it was a little on the dry-ish and it filled my 3 qt casserole -- the recipe just calls for a 2 qt. I also substituted chopped red pepper for the carrots and added it with the broccoli. But all modification aside, it was still a very tasty casserole and definitely a do-over in THIS house -- especially when topped with a bit of melted cheddar!!

    Recipe #359249

    I've always known that brown sugar was brown because of molasses, but until I happened upon a do-it-yourself video while roaming the blogosphere, I would NEVER have guessed you could actually very simply make it at home. This will yield a medium-coloured sugar; increase or decrease the amount of molasses to lighten or darken as desired.

    Recipe #259165

    This is on my 'to try' list this summer because we have 3 VERY prolific zucchini plants this year!

    Recipe #244667

    This recipe is from my mom who got it from a friend years and years ago. I'm not big on fruit and cake type desserts, but this stuff is delicious. And very pretty, too. (freezes well)

    Recipe #239305

    A wonderful light dessert recipe from the people at Kraft Canada and adapted by me to be feed a few more. VERY tasty. (Cooking time is refrigeration time)

    Recipe #232044

    According to "Remembering Amy," some refer to bologna as 'North Carolina steak.' As that just sounds so much more appetizing than plain old BALONEY, I thought I'd use it in the name. This is an adaptation of her Recipe#133284. It was delicious, but we couldn't keep the green pepper and onion from sliding off the bun. Here's my solution:

    Recipe #229740

    I sampled a different recipe the other night, but had to substitute so many of the ingredients that I decided it wasn't really the same casserole anymore! This tastes very similar to my Recipe#176278, but without all the fuss of making a crust. (cooking time doesn't include cooking chicken or boiling pasta)

    Recipe #229537

    This was born one night when I was trying a new recipe, but didn't have all the right ingredients. It's bits and pieces of 2 recipes plus my own additions. Awesome with fresh mushrooms, but very good with canned as well. I used to always buy the Knorr Herb and Garlic Sauce packages to make this dish, but haven't been able to find them for the last couple of years. This is VERY close to the same flavour, if not an exact duplicate, so that's exciting for me! Depending on how saucy you like your pasta, this is enough for 2 main course servings and up to 6 side dish servings.

    Recipe #227569

    A breakfast muffin that's not too sweet.

    Recipe #198402

    Another recipe from Company's Coming Gifts from the Kitchen.

    Recipe #198401

    Of all the Irish cream recipes here, I haven't found any quite like this one. I discovered this in the Company's Coming Gifts from the Kitchen cookbook a couple of years ago and I've never bought Bailey's again. I gave a bottle to my cousin and his wife for Christmas one year and he claims it's better than the original! Can be stored in the fridge for up to 3 weeks -- if it actually lasts that long!!

    Recipe #198397

    I'm a huge Toblerone fan. Every year, my parents give us each a 1 kg. bar as our stocking stuffers for Christmas. (So that they don't have to get any other little things -- nothing else fits in the stocking after that!) Here's another recipe for all you Toblerone lovers out there. Or fudge lovers, or chocolate lovers -- it's pretty universal!!!

    Recipe #195481

    Here's a slightly different version -- with peanut butter and no gelatin. (cooking time is fridge time)

    Recipe #195480

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