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    From the Voodoo restaurant, as published in the Toronto Star a long time ago. Not for the calorie conscious but delicious ... it's nice to indulge once in a while. Prep and cooking times are estimate.

    Recipe #107784

    Another one from the Toronto Star's Chef's Showcase from the 80s. Made it as part of dinner tonight and it ended up to be our dinner. Oh well, I don't have to cook tomorrow! And I have leftover crostini for lunch. Recipe by Chef Michael Bonacini.

    Recipe #155174

    My husband's favourite weekday meal (really I could make it any day of the week, weekend included!). Serve with mashed potatoes or over short-cut pasta. Adapted from a recipe found on another site. Originally posted by Micha in AZ.

    Recipe #164091

    Found in the Toronto TV Guide as part of the Celebrity Chef series. Don't know who the chef is as their Web site is no longer. Don't expect the skin to be crisp if you leave it on but it is tasty.

    Recipe #126507

    Use leftover chicken or turkey for this. Makes a dumpling-type dough. A favourite of DH.

    Recipe #163697

    Recipe slightly adapted from one I found in Wok With Yan published in 1981. The ingredient list may seem long, but this recipe goes together quickly.

    Recipe #297300

    From Canadian Living Rush Hour Cookbook, 1985. I made it for dinner the other night and my husband loved it. The best part is that it is ready in no time. If you don't care about salmon, you can use sole, flounder or haddock instead. I'll double the sauce the next time I make it as it is delicious over steamed rice.

    Recipe #392930

    I've had this recipe it seems like forever and can't remember where I got it from. With the addition of almond extract, they are a bit different from other recipes. These are our favourites.

    Recipe #305569

    Another recipe from Wok with Yan. Very good as part of a Chinese meal.

    Recipe #388258

    A recipe that was given to me by my aunt over 30 years ago when I was living in Quebec city.

    Recipe #129624

    I wanted something quick for dinner with a taste of curry. I found this on another site and adapted it... Originally posted by Betty.

    Recipe #226372

    Very tasty muffins. From the all-bran.com website.

    Recipe #341035

    Recipe taken from Wok With Yan published in 1981 Stephen Yan is a chef from Burnaby, B.C., Canada . I doubled the sauce and the ingredient amounts reflect this change. We really enjoyed the taste.

    Recipe #388167


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