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    Best rich stock. Don't be tempted to keep the veggies because their goodness will all be in the stock. If you have livestock and wish to give them the cooked veggies, omit salt and add peppercorns later. (You can also leave peppercorns in chilled stock and remove later.) This works well with any meat or poultry whose stock you enjoy. Be sure to brown the bones well; it adds all kinds of flavour. Use any bones you like -- only the "recipe ghosts" made me type "soup bones". Any meaty bones will do. i also add thyme and rosemary "twigs" to the mix for beef or chicken stock. Cook down to concentrate flavour or finish uncovered.

    Recipe #491189

    Quick (to cure) and delicious. Great pickle with meats and cheeses.

    Recipe #490879

    Found this year's ago in a friend's cook book. (New York Times?) Delicious, freezes and reheats beautifully. i prefer chopped coriander to the green onion garnish. i also prefer to toast my cumin seed before adding to this recipe. Serve with grainy bread and you have a complete protein and a dandy cleanser for your innards. Sour cream or Greek yogurt makes a nice topper, too.

    Recipe #490877

    From Delia Smith's TV series "Summertime". This recipe is most forgiving. If you want to stretch it to serve more, add more roasted veggies. It makes a hearty summer lunch, a great starter, a filling winter side dish paired with warm soup.

    Recipe #490868

    A simple, delicious, quick and inexpensive preparation of a fillet of lake trout. Many thanks to the Ontario Natural Food Co-op and the fisherfolk of Manitoulin Island for the incredible wild lake trout.

    Recipe #479471

    Angela Lansbury shared this recipe years ago in a television magazine interview.

    Recipe #470134

    A favourite recipe from my 103 year old grandmother. Each summer's end/autumn's beginning, the bees would gather at the screen door as she bottled this addictive blend.

    Recipe #469853

    A very simple, tasty recipe for pickled beets.

    Recipe #469590

    Very simple dill pickles.

    Recipe #469588

    Remedy for mildew on hard surfaces.

    Recipe #453246

    Fresh deodorizer which won't aggravate folks allergic to artificial scent. Good for dander issues.

    Recipe #453245

    Simple, green, toilet solution.

    Recipe #452972

    A simple recipe and method for cleaning.

    Recipe #452969

    A green, alternative cleanser.

    Recipe #452966

    This is a recipe which is supposed to provide a "green" alternative for cleaning a scorched pan. Environmentally sound but i have yet to try it.

    Recipe #452964

    A lovely cake from Martha Stewart Weddings Winter/Spring 1995. Multiplies well for larger pans. Number of servings is a complete guess -- depending on how the cake is cut! "To estimate how many batches of batter you will need for the pans you choose, measure the volume of the pan by pouring water in to about two-thirds of the way up (or as high as you would fill the pan with batter) and multiply the recipe accordingly, using batter [yield] provided."

    Recipe #327422

    A delicious soup i invented from leftovers and a few additions. It's very forgiving to feel free to use a squirt of lemon for lime juice, use a different herb, try ginger for lemongrass, etc. Also, i used small handfuls, etc. and have estimated some ingredients.

    Recipe #148317

    This looks like nut brittle when it's finished but is actually soft and won't break your teeth. So good, it will go quickly!

    Recipe #148309

    This is a favourite from 30 Minute Meals although I alter it a bit. For example, it works out quite well with all bone-in dark meat. Some sherry or cider vinegar can be substitued for some of the wine and wine vinegar. I have been liberal with cooking time since leaving the bone in increases the cooking time. Preparation is VERY easy, though -- despite the number of steps which are truly easy.

    Recipe #144909

    A fresh, bright, light cold bean salad. From a neighbour of my friend, Sunshine.

    Recipe #142934

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