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    7 Reviews |  By Pippy

    I think these are better than full-fat tortillas, and they cost about 30 cents to make. Try them with hummous, salsa, or any other dip in the entire world. I even eat them plain with some Red Hot or Tabasco sprinkled on.

    Recipe #31487

    20 Reviews |  By Pippy

    I made this once to take up to my boyfriend's cottage, but we ate the whole thing almost right out of the oven. This is my very favourite baked treat.

    Recipe #25420

    44 Reviews |  By Pippy

    I have never made this without being rewarded with wonderful compliments, followed by adamant demands for the recipe. I got it from my friend Michaela, after adamantly demanding it myself! If making wings with the marinade, simply cook on a baking sheet after you take it out of the fridge.

    Recipe #24786

    10 Reviews |  By Pippy

    It really is very beautiful to look at, not to mention eat! Perfect with Indonesian and Thai dishes.

    Recipe #24779

    I've probably made this 50 times. Ridiculously easy and way more than the sum of its parts. Great on egg noodles, rice, or as a side.

    Recipe #507826

    I was asked to bring a salad to match with rib-eyes to a friend's cottage recently. I knew there were a couple of picky eaters, so thought a variation on something familiar might do the trick. It got rave reviews from the foodies present, too! Found online at I used about 2/3 of the dressing on three romaine hearts, and it fed 10 generously.

    Recipe #107257

    An incredible appetizer with some unusual flavours that will surprise you with how well they balance. Big flavour. From Canadian Living magazine. You have to try it. I doubled this to serve 10 foodies. Cook time doesn't include marinating.

    Recipe #107256

    1 Reviews |  By Pippy

    Made from ingredients you likely already have on hand, it's super-quick and healthy. If you buy parmiggiano reggiano - NEVER throw out the rind. Stick it in your freezer and add to stews or soups for an easy flavour boost without adding many calories. I pulled this from a local paper a couple of years ago and have left it on the side of my fridge for frequent reference! The cheese rind is my addition - you could also start the stew with diced bacon if you felt like it. Because of the pasta, I find I have to add some water or chicken stock when heating leftovers to thin it out a tiny bit.

    Recipe #105494

    I made this up because I needed a simple vegetable side dish with souvlaki. This works well with meat, chicken or fish, and people have really enjoyed it when I make it. I prefer the texture of oil-packed sundried tomatoes here, but dried would also work. I use a vegetable grill basket/wok to cook this in, but roasting the veggies would also be nice. Let me know if you try it that way.

    Recipe #97783

    1 Reviews |  By Pippy

    This is a copycat recipe I put together for a salad I ate at The Rivoli in Toronto. The flavours are harmonious and bold, and make your guests go "mmmmmmmm". I didn't do this because I just thought of it now, but a minced and seeded Thai red chili would add a nice subtl-ish heat to the dressing. I plated the salads individually.

    Recipe #90383

    5 Reviews |  By Pippy

    This came from a recent issue of Chatelaine, and I'll definitely be making it again. The sauce is really tasty and it's low in fat.

    Recipe #90382

    1 Reviews |  By Pippy

    I love cheddar and chutney on crackers, and thought the curry-marinated chicken would make a great meal out of those flavours. A delicious change from your basic chicken sandwich! Note: If your chutney is super-sweet, go easy or use an aged cheddar to balance the flavours.

    Recipe #40097

    This is my sister-in-law's recipe. Technically, it's missing a few things that would make it a proper Caesar salad, but for a low-fat alternative, it's very good. She uses non-fat mayo, and omits the anchovy paste.

    Recipe #32281

    1 Reviews |  By Pippy

    This is a beautiful hearty weekend brunch dish that I love to make. It screams for substitutions, additions and omissions, so let me know what you used. Great for using up leftovers from mexican the night before. Requires a full set of cookware, lol, so make sure you strike a deal on dishwashing with whoever you cook it for! There's a little multi-tasking involved, have some water with a little vinegar already boiling and poach your eggs last. Try it, you'll be soooo happy you did!

    Recipe #28297

    1 Reviews |  By Pippy

    This works with almost any fish, and it's so easy! Try it on a big bed of spinach, or with a gratin of zucchini, or with a fresh, spicy tomato salsa and a salad!

    Recipe #25963

    2 Reviews |  By Pippy

    I am a garlic lover, but you don't have to use as much as I do. I made it the other day for a 9th hole snack in a round of frisbee golf. It was pouring rain the whole day, but we all felt great!

    Recipe #25379

    A terrific morning shake when you have a million things to do, or none at all...

    Recipe #25342

    A staple weeknight dinner from my childhood. Very easy and cheap to make. My mother used diced pork fat, but this is healthier, and the smokiness of the bacon is perfect with the tomatoes.

    Recipe #24784

    1 Reviews |  By Pippy

    This is great for breakfast! I usually make it to use up leftover rice and veggies. You can also add chicken for a filling and easy dinner or side dish.

    Recipe #24774

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