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    This was my sister's favorite cake growing up and my favorite was recipe #205399. Always caused a problem since twins must share their birthday cake :lol:

    Recipe #315216

    My old Mennonite cookbook is on it's last legs, so I'm posting my favorite recipes before it falls apart completely. I love this chocolate frosting, it's meant for sheet cakes or brownies. Frost the cake right out of the oven - don't wait for the cake to cool!

    Recipe #314570

    This is our family recipe for whipped cream. I'm surprised it's not already on Zaar. You'll want to use chilled whipping cream, and as a couple of the reviewers pointed out, chill the bowl and beaters too if possible. If you have a kitchenaide mixer, use your wire beater, not the paddle.

    Recipe #314567

    I found this on the Celebrate Canada website, posted for ZWT. I haven't made it yet so the servings are a guess. The amount of salt seems excessive to me.

    Recipe #310016

    I found this on a Canadian restaurant recipe site and had to post it. It's been my favorite sandwich since I was a kid, so I couldn't believe it wasn't already posted on Zaar. Perfect way to use up leftover baked beans too. Interestingly, the article said that canned baked beans were illegal to import into Canada until after the Second World War because of the ratio of beans to tomato sauce Who knew!

    Recipe #310012

    Posted for ZWT, I haven't made it yet so yield and time are a guess. Any tropical fruit can be used here. I would think the pudding might need some vanilla or coconut extract added once it's thickened.

    Recipe #309995

    Posted for ZWT. I haven't made it yet so I guessed on the yield and time. The plantains don't have to be completely ripe.

    Recipe #309994

    Posted for ZWT. I haven't made this yet so the yield and time to make are a guess. Use collard greens, kale, mustard greens, swiss chard or spinach.

    Recipe #309993

    Posted for ZWT, I haven't made it yet so yield and time are a guestimate.

    Recipe #309990

    Posted for ZWT. I haven't made it yet so the yield and time are a guesstimate. Soaking time on peas not included. Be sure to wear gloves when working with the hot pepper. Be careful changing the servings on this recipe, it might get confusing since I had to refer to specific amounts in the directions :)

    Recipe #309989

    Posted for ZWT, I haven't made it yet so the yield and time are a guesstimate.

    Recipe #309986

    Posted for ZWT, I haven't made it yet. I guessed on the yield and the time.

    Recipe #309985

    Posted for ZWT, but I haven't made it yet. The recipe didn't specify amounts on the spices, but I would guess between 1/8 - 1/2 teaspoon of each, then more to taste later if needed. Also, I guessed on the servings and the time, and I didn't include the marinating time in the time requirements.

    Recipe #309984

    Posted for ZWT, looks delicious but I haven't tried it yet. I guessed as to the servings and time.

    Recipe #309983

    After serving this to hubby for lunch today, he said "I HAVE to have that again!" Based on Lainey's recipe #223628 and made with ingredients you'll already have on hand.

    Recipe #308195

    Posted for ZWT from the Ontario Maple Syrup Council website which touts it as a popular Canadian drink. I've tweaked it just a bit as 2 heaping tablespoons of syrup seemed a just a tad excessive :lol:

    Recipe #306594

    Posted for ZWT, from an article about Saskatchewa on the internet

    Recipe #306589

    I found this on the under Canadian recipes. I haven't tried it yet, but it claims to produce a moist, tasty ham that's not overly salty like most. Posted for ZWT.

    Recipe #305583

    This is a hearty one-dish meal, the perfect comfort food for breakfast, lunch or dinner. Quick to make if you cook the potatoes the night before. or you can microwave them at the last minute, but that changes the consistency a bit.

    Recipe #305384

    Korean short ribs are my all time favorite Asian dish. This recipe originally came from, but I've tweaked it a bit. Posted for Zaar World Tour. (Time doesn't include marinating time and assumes butcher has butterflied the ribs for you.)

    Recipe #305322

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