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    This was posted in our local newspaper's "Food" section. I couldn't resist, and had to add this to my cookbook. From: The Ottawa Citizen, Dec. 10/ 2003

    Recipe #79161

    This is the my family's French Canadian version of Shepherds pie, which we call Pate Chinois. It's easy to make, cheap and very delicious. Serve with a nice loaf of crusty bread.

    Recipe #78668

    This is a wonderful, thick, creamy, zesty Caesar Dressing that has a definite taste of garlic.

    Recipe #78457

    I've been trying to duplicate this dish from my favorite Thai restaurant, and the Mortar and pestle makes the difference here. This taste "exactly" how it does at the restaurant. Remember that the strength of flavours in most of these ingredients varies, with basil, chillis, garlic and even the fish and soya sauce, Taste, taste, taste, and adjust! Sweet, not too spicy yet all the Thai flavours we love.

    Recipe #74962

    In response to a request. These are great with a Falafel and a beer!

    Recipe #73215

    This sauce was created for a cross rib end roast that we made on the BBQ rotisserie. Poured sauce in drip pan under roast, and basted while cooking. It was sooo delicious.

    Recipe #73092

    Easy, delicious Sangria. Not too sweet, not too tangy.

    Recipe #60212

    You might not be able to stop eating these crunchy, delicately spiced, maple syrup-coated peanuts. They hit the spot with a nice dark beer while watching the game. This was copied from (recipe by Lynne Valeriote)

    Recipe #58366

    Just like Mom used to make! This is so easy to make, you won't believe it, but only real maple syrup works here.

    Recipe #58358

    This is a Cuban style hash, probably the most common meal I encountered there.I ate this for breakfeast on a regular basis, while in Cuba.

    Recipe #57214

    This makes a great cheesy potato dish, with a nice crusty top.

    Recipe #57112

    No cook, no fuss! This is my favorite salsa and it's ready in minutes. I love it with tortilla chips, or on top of a baby greens salad.

    Recipe #56971

    5 ingredients,5 steps...It doesn't get much easier than this. Found this recipe on the net, with no name attached.

    Recipe #56719

    This fried rice is baked, in one dish. It taste good, and doesn't get any easier.

    Recipe #53944

    This was created one evening, when I was in "need" of a Pad Thai. These were the things I had on hand, thus it's creation. It can easily be made on stove top (much faster).Don't be afraid to add ingredients, or to leave any out. It's all a matter of taste, but this is the way we enjoy it most!I enjoy this more than going out for a Pad Thai now!

    Recipe #53865

    I know it sounds weird, but hey, give it a go! I had all these items on my counter one morning, they were ripe and needed to be used, and I needed breakfeast. It turned out so delicious, that I make a regular staple in our home. I also serve it on top of baby greens for a great dinner salad.

    Recipe #53556

    This can be frozen. I cut the loaves into 4 portions, freeze and remove when I have company. Serve with crackers and breads.

    Recipe #53287

    This mustard sauce is the best. I first had it served with sausage rolls, but you can serve it with anything!

    Recipe #53286

    For those of us that like to eat nachos with a "spoon"!

    Recipe #53285

    Yummy, comforting food at its best!

    Recipe #53222

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