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    From Canadian Living - January 2010 This is a perfect appy, quick and easy, and a little bit different!

    Recipe #413234

    Tacones are a taco-cone or a tortilla handroll. I am newly addicted to this meal! The recipe comes from a Victoria restaurant. It is wonderful! http://www.redfish-bluefish.com/

    Recipe #387488

    This mayo is an ingredient in "Thetis Queen" Albacore Tuna Tacones. Both these receipes are a delicious find from a Victoria restaurant, Red Fish, Blue Fish. http://www.redfish-bluefish.com/ Be warned, this stuff is highly addictive! (The original recipe calls for sriracha which isn't a listed ingredient here, so I subbed Thai Hot Sauce.)

    Recipe #387362

    From Rick Gallop's "Low GI Diet"

    Recipe #357222

    From "The GI Diet" by Rick Gallop

    Recipe #357090

    From Rick Gallop's "The GI Diet"

    Recipe #357088

    An old English treat best nibbled long after dinner with dessert wines or strong coffees. This should be served with rustic crackers of bread rusks, and a dessert wine, or a red Port or Sherry. Recipe by Jennifer Low, published in Canadian House and Home, Nov-08

    Recipe #349105

    Quince is very bitter until it is cooked. This is one of many versions of this old recipe, but this is my favourite. I serve this mainly as a dessert, on a cheese plate. The amounts of sugar used in the recipe are guessed, when you read the recipe, follow the suggestion for an equal amount of sugar to cooked quince. Also, the amount for the dusting of superfine sugar is a guess, and ditto for the nuts; I've never measured them, I just toss them in!

    Recipe #343745

    Didn't your mouth just water when you read that title? Mine did! This recipe comes from Harrowsmith magazine and I love it. Since most soups improve the longer they are simmered, anytime longer than what is stated would no doubt improve the soup.

    Recipe #333763

    A quick and easy mayo, from the Food Network I haven't made this yet, it is being posted by request. I am not sure of the number of servings, it would depend on how you were using it.

    Recipe #333517

    My doctor gave me this with instructions to eat it every day, and it would lower my sugars, cholesterol, triglycerides, and kick start my weight loss. And he was right, all those things happened. Buy all these goodies as organic as you can, unsalted and unsweetened. When I make it, I leave out the nuts and raisins

    Recipe #319428

    Another great banana cake but with a blast of citrus; gives it an added zing! It is lower in fat than some and I quite often make it without the icing so it is not too sweet either. I often add something extra as well...often a handful of dried cranberries really sets it off. I usually bake it in a tube pan but that is my personal preference. This recipe originated in "Lighthearted Everyday Cooking" by Anne Lindsay.

    Recipe #109392

    I think this is quite an old recipe, it's been used in my family for a long time. I like it because there are no chemicals, it's inexpensive and it smells good! This can be used as an air freshener or as a personal freshener on a hot day. Try spraying your poor hot feet after a hot day of shopping. I use it to spray on my hands after dishes or housework, the vinegar is a natural skin softener.

    Recipe #96663

    Yummy!! And very classy looking. From Chatelaine magazine. I am a fan of easy yet delectable desserts and this qualifies on both counts. I've stated 3 lemons because it will depend on size and juicyness.

    Recipe #95629

    Another favourite gingery recipe from "Red, Hot and Green". The book describes this as invigorating, refreshing and lusty in flavour! Low calorie and fat but still satisfying. Could be fat free by eliminating the oil and peanuts. My family is crazy about this taste!

    Recipe #95436

    From the cookbook "Red, Hot and Green" by Janet Hazen. The book is from the library and I NEED this recipe forever. I love ginger anything and this is superb!

    Recipe #95396

    Our local grocery store publishes recipes in their weekly ads; this was just one of some very good ones. Cheers for Thrifty Foods!

    Recipe #92662

    Another fabulous find from our local grocery, Thrifty Foods.

    Recipe #92663

    Well, you did want to know how to get your hair that wonderful green colour, didn't you?

    Recipe #86048

    My daughter has used this for a few years and says she got the recipe from a book written by someone named Bubbles! Anyway, it makes her hair look lovely, covers some grey, and eventually washes out.

    Recipe #85851

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