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    This outstanding condiment was inspired by my son, who at 4 years old asked for a pickle that didn't taste pickly. As he was a charter member of my "Guinea Pig Club", I figured owe him at least that much. After several attempts resulting in truly frightening facial expressions, I eventually got a huge smile. So, for all you 'non-pickle' pickle lovers out there, here's one your going to love.

    Recipe #222504

    A delightful twist for you sloppy-joe lovers. Leave the brand name mix at the store and have some fun with a real homemade treat.

    Recipe #222029

    Spectacular flavour and super simple to make. Works beautifully with any fish you select. Serve over a small salad bed of micro greens and a little wild rice and butter beside it.

    Recipe #220305

    From the secret vault of "MR. SAUCE". Once again, this is the real deal folks. Not just a close copy. This BBQ Sauce is very likely the best ever made. The posting of this recipe is due entirely to the relentless insistence of my "Guinea-Pig Club". Those fearless, unsung heros with no regard for personal gastronomic safety. I love you guys. This one's for you..

    Recipe #217710

    With the arrival of so many new tomato varieties, Agriculture Canada and their Provincial counterparts have discovered that many store bought and home grown tomatoes have much lower acid content than those grown years ago. This low acid content creates a potential safety hazard for those of us who love to preserve them. Adding salt alone no longer assures bacteria protection for canned tomatoes. This adjusted recipe solves the problem and won't affect the taste.

    Recipe #217014

    This recipe was created by a major Toronto Ontario hospital to rapidly and safely reduce a patients weight prior to surgery. It's safe and it works!

    Recipe #215370

    From the most famous soup vendor in New York City USA. This is the 3rd soup recipe from Al Yeganch's International Soup Kitchen. This recipe secured him 14th place in the 'Zagat Resaurant Survey' of New Yorks' finest restaurants.

    Recipe #215021

    Direct from the most famous soup vender in New York City USA. Every once in a while one should devote themselves to making something spectacular. For me it's this soup recipe. The recipe's long and a bit time consuming but I guarantee you the taste is so good, it'll make your knees buckle.

    Recipe #214852

    Direct from most famous soup vendor in New York City, USA. It's creamy, it's smooth, it's decadent, delicious and packed full of vitamins. It's not only mm m-good! It's even good for you. Serve it at your fanciest dinner, they'll demand the recipe.

    Recipe #214713

    Don't be tricked by the simple recipe. Serve this 1950's side dish to any British Baby Boomer Parent you have or know and watch the tears well up. This is a quick and easy traditional British table condiment, guaranteed to stir their memories.

    Recipe #213748

    A pantry standard in most homes and everyone has their own homemade version. However, ask anyone and they will tell you the best ones are made by Bick's, and I agree. So here's the Bick's recipe.

    Recipe #211319

    There's nothing like the real thing. So here it is. From the secret vault of "Mr. Sauce". If you've tried my HP Steak Sauce and Worcestershire Sauce, then you know this is the real deal.

    Recipe #211180

    This is the real deal folks. The recipe is a bit lengthy and a bit involved but you won't be disappointed. I reduce the final mixture to concentrate flavor, leave it thin and it's Lea & Perrins. Recipe volume can be increased 4 times without flavour loss.

    Recipe #208463

    If your British, you've been subjected to this tart and delicious English condiment. This is an exact match for the store bought version. Don't pass this recipe up because it looks too simple. It's an exact copy of "Laings" Pickled Onions.

    Recipe #207857

    HP Sauce to the British is like Ketchup to every North American. It took me years to create this clone, it's original, and it's perfect. Try it for yourself. Recipe volume can be increased 4 times without flavour loss.

    Recipe #207575

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