Here's a change from the same old, same old. The fennel gives this recipe a nicely different flavor. We served it over brown rice but pasta or potatoes would be equally good. We also used 8 small chicken thighs in place of the chicken pieces.
This is the best stuffed (or unstuffed) pork tenderloin I have ever tasted! The combination of the dried cranberries and pecans with the rice is superb and the tenderloin stays moist and tender. The recipe was adapted from Canadian Living Magazine.
The buttery brown sugar topping is a great variation on this classic apple pie! Best of all, the steam from the baking apples isn't held in by a top crust...apples are tender, not mushy and bottom crust isn't soggy!
Please don't be put off by the unusual combination of spices in this recipe...they work wonderfully well together. Last year I made this and divided it up into canning jars to give as Christmas gifts...a big hit! Credit for recipe goes to Canadian Living Magazine.
This is the easiest side dish you will ever make! Everyone we have ever served this to cannot believe there are only 2 ingredients. Even non-zucchini lovers will come back for seconds. We use the exact same recipe for asparagus.
These delicious cookies are loaded with nuts and fruit! The dried cranberries and the lemon zest put these cookies in the not-too-sweet category. Great with a cup of tea/coffee or wrapped up and given as a gift!
An easy recipe with a good flavor combination...a nice change from standard spagetti with tomato sauce. Although the bacon really adds to the overall flavor of the dish, it can be omitted for a vegetarian meal.
This recipe comes from my very first cookbook...The Mary Moore Cookbook, published in 1978! This loaf rises nicely and gives your kitchen that marvellous baking bread aroma! Nice, light lemony flavor. Prep time does not include rising time.