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    You should really experiment with the seasonings... it's a great way of changing up the flavours. Try and use Hebamare in most recipes rather than just plain salt, and in this recipe I always try and use Hebamare Spicy. Try it with extra garlic or onion powder sometime as well. This is an adaptation of an adaptation, but just fantastic all the same! Original recipe was in the "Kitchen With Rosie" book, or so I am told.

    Recipe #148762

    An easy to make rhubarb pie that contains none of the heinous Strawberrry which "waters the taste right down" in some peoples' view. Just simple, tart pie with a very light and flaky crust.

    Recipe #124083

    This is a really simple, never fails, like and flaky pastry crust. Not too sweet, perfect for meat pie or lemon marangue pie (where you don't want a sweet pastry to overpower your marangue). (enough for 2 1/2 complete pies)

    Recipe #42536

    A good friend of mine's recipe; Borrowed it to make at a dinner party and it is absolutely amazing. She's a real French-Canadian (Franco Ontarienne) cook, so I, rightly, thought she'd be the best to ask for a Tourtiere recipe. Note: the 7-up pie crusts are from the pastry recipe that I got to use with this one; I'm posting it next and I would highly recommend it as well. Enjoy!

    Recipe #42535

    This recipe is a very traditional one for my family. My mother has made this for my brothers and I for years. I was extreemly tempted not to share, but I think it's just too good not to let other people in on the secret... enjoy!

    Recipe #42530

    Really nice, healthy muffins.

    Recipe #42517

    Fantastic peanut icing!!!

    Recipe #42514

    Really quick, great tasting; low in fat chocolate cake. Simple too!

    Recipe #42513

    Fantastic with REAL maple syrup, nice and sweet dessert.

    Recipe #42510

    A wonderful, sinfully fattening coffee flavoured cream style pie.

    Recipe #42509

    A really nice, not too greasy pecan pie filling.

    Recipe #42484

    A really nice alternative to the high-fat lard containing pastry that seems to be the staple of our modern world.... Not light, but really quite tasty.

    Recipe #42480

    A really simple, nice cornbread recipe.

    Recipe #42478

    These are delicious! I got the recipe from an old '70s high-fiber cookbook. Try changing the nuts, or substituting raisins or apricots for the dates!

    Recipe #42477

    I found this recipe in a Japanese information booklette and it is origionally a Western-style restaurant dish in Japan, first served in 1902 by a restaurant called Renga-tei in Tokyo's Ginza district. It is still a very popular dish in Japan, and can be ordered in almost any restaurant. Something like a Japanese equivalent to the "Bacon and Egg Breakfast" over here in North America. To give credit where it is due, this recipe is nearly exactly the one from the book, which is from a restaurant called Taimeiken in the Nihonbashi district of

    Recipe #36535

    This is a weight training/high protein & low carb diet variant of a recipe I found in a Japanese information booklet. It is a Western-style restaurant dish in Japan. To give credit where it is due, the original recipe is from a restaurant called Taimeiken in the Nihonbashi district of Tokyo.

    Recipe #36471

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