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    I found this recipe on the "Eating Well" web site and it sounded so good, I wanted to try it. My husband and I loved it so I wanted to share it with you. I also didn't want to lose the recipe. I listed the ingredients as they appear but I made a couple of minor changes. I used whole grain brown rice, I added diced celery and broccoli with the carrots, I used cayenne pepper in place of the smoked paprika, I used chives instead of the shallot, and I omited the olive oil. I wasn't sure how it would taste without the oil, but it turned out pretty good. You could add any diced vegetable you have on hand and it'll be good. The recipe also says to refrigerate for up to 3 days, but ours was in the fridge for 1 week and it was fine. Hope you enjoy it

    Recipe #429826

    I received this recipe on-line from Yahoo! Lifestyle today and just had to post it. We just bought 3 prime rib roasts to freeze because they were on sale for 1/2 price. I am going to try this next time I cook one. The shallot gravy recipe that follows the directions isn't the way I make gravy but I kept it here for those that want to try it. First of all, I would NEVER throw out drippings. I would skim the fat off the top and keep all the drippings I can get. To me, the drippings are gold. Then I add flour (not cornstarch) to the drippings and let it simmer a few minutes to get the floury taste out of it. Then I gradually add liquid from any vegetables I've cooked plus beef bovril (if needed) for more flavour. I would then add the reserved 2 tbsp of herb rub. (that sounds good) You can't have roast beef without a good gravy. Serve with garlic mashed potatoes and roasted vegetables. Man, I think I'll be making this sooner than later.

    Recipe #409172

    I found a stir fry bean sprout recipe on a web site. I made some changes, and added a few ingredients that we like. We really liked how light yet filling this dish was. We did notice however the soy sauce at the bottom of our plate when we finished. I suggest that the next time I make this, I'll mix a bit of corn starch with soy sauce or water and add it to thicken the sauce up a bit. This can be served as a main dish and serve 2, or it will serve 4 as a side dish.

    Recipe #326057

    1 Reviews |  By DeeDee

    My girlfriend brought these over to one of our bbq's and boy did these ever go over well. They didn't last long. If you leave them at room temperature for a while, the alcohol is stronger.

    Recipe #313929

    This is a great way to enjoy kale. The first time I bought it, this recipe was attached to it. I'm so glad I kept it. I hope you like it too.

    Recipe #313924

    1 Reviews |  By DeeDee

    This recipe was on the package of back ribs I bought. I haven't tried it yet but definitely will the next time I make them.

    Recipe #228018

    1 Reviews |  By DeeDee

    I've made chicken pot pies in the past and there's never enough veggies, so I adapted this recipe that leaves out the chicken so there's more room for those wonderful veggies. I also leave out potatoes because there's enough starch in the pie crust. This dish is so versatile, you can make it any way you like with whatever veggie you have on hand. This recipe will fill 2 pies. Eat one and freeze the other for an easy, ready made dinner

    Recipe #223607

    1 Reviews |  By DeeDee

    I love coconut but also love how the corn flakes make these chewy. I altered a recipe I have by adding the corn flakes and cutting down on the coconut. These are very easy and fast to make.

    Recipe #201768

    5 Reviews |  By DeeDee

    I learned this recipe at school in my home economics class many, many years ago. It was such a hit, it was my job to make these on every special occasion. They are very tart with the lemon juice. You can use either fresh squeezed lemon or lemon juice from the bottle. I find that fresh lemons are a hit and miss with the strength of the tartness so I generally use the bottled juice. If you use fresh, you can also grate some lemon peel into the filling.

    Recipe #201765

    1 Reviews |  By DeeDee

    I found this recipe in a binder called McCall's Cooking School. This is the best angel food cake around. My kids won't eat store bought any more. Every special occasion they want me to make this. Add strawberries and whipping cream for strawberry shortcake. Make sure you follow the directions exactly and sift as many times as it says. You won't be disappointed.

    Recipe #200482

    I made these for a gathering and they were loved by all. I got this recipe from my trusted Betty Crocker cookbook.

    Recipe #200371

    An easy and excellent banana muffin recipe. I can't keep these in the house. I found this in my "Muffin Mania" recipe book. I changed the recipe to include whole wheat flour because I'm a health nut. The original recipe says to bake at 375F but I bake at 325F because my oven is so hot. Adjust if you have to according to your own oven.

    Recipe #200332

    1 Reviews |  By DeeDee

    I cut this recipe off a cereal box and have kept it for years. I'm glad I did because I can't find it on the box anymore. This is the best bran muffin recipe I have ever tried. Everyone loves these. Even those that don't like bran muffins. These disappear in my home so I triple the recipe and make 2 dozen large muffins. The recipe calls for all purpose flour but I use mostly whole wheat and just add a bit of all purpose. The original recipe says to bake these at 400 for 20 minutes. My oven would burn them at that temperature so I bake mine at 325 for 20-25 minutes. Every oven is different.

    Recipe #195815

    3 Reviews |  By DeeDee

    I was looking for recipes to cook halibut seeing as I caught 2 from a deep sea fishing trip off of Vancouver Island. The first one I caught was 46 lb and the second one was 27 lb. I found this recipe from a Hellman's pamphlet. I made a couple of changes to suit our taste. We love doing halibut this way. The topping keeps the fish moist. We had our halibut cut into 1 lb. servings so we bbq it in one piece and then cut it into portions. The recipe says it serves 4 but my husband and I split it ourselves.

    Recipe #180949

    After trying a few different recipes for a dry rub, we came up with our own version. We like more spicy than sweet.

    Recipe #180599

    3 Reviews |  By DeeDee

    I changed the original recipe by adding sour cream and more cheeses because I like it creamy. If you like spice, add your favourite hot sauce to taste. Take this to a party, and guaranteed you will be asked for the recipe!

    Recipe #108758

    5 Reviews |  By DeeDee

    A fast, easy and nutritious soup. I sometimes add carrots or cauliflower for something different. You could probably add just about anything you have and end up with a different soup every time.

    Recipe #44797

    14 Reviews |  By DeeDee

    I love garlic so when I wanted a change from tomato sauce on my pasta, I threw a few ingredients in my frying pan and came up with this. Cut down on the garlic if it's too much for you. Add hot pepper flakes if you like spice. Cook vegetable of your choice with pasta if you want. Every time I make this, it's different. Hope you enjoy it as much as we do.

    Recipe #37076


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