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    I found this recipe somewhere a few years ago; it's pretty much my favourite muffin recipe. Besides being relatively low calorie (especially when compared to anything you're going to buy in a cafe), it's absolutely delicious! I'll warn you that it's not a super-sweet muffin, and that the cranberries are the real stars - I usually add more than the recipe calls for. Without the lemon zest, these lose their great texture, so don't leave it out.

    Recipe #285513

    We've been interested in picnicking for a few years now; something about packing up a lunch and going somewhere green and lovely to eat it on a blanket on the grass feels so special and nice. We've got one of those picnic knapsacks, with all of the cutlery and everything, which we've been using as our camp kitchen for years, and we're building a list of excellent and easily-portable recipes. In the midst of an unexpectedly sweltering May day, we decided to make a few salads and bicycle down to the Trent-Severn Canal, on the bank of Little Lake, to have our first picnic of the year. This recipe, one I'd discovered online and altered to suit the ingredients I had on-hand, was a big hit. I have to say that you could just do the first step and stop there and have something so good; only the fact that I'd already chopped up the other ingredients made me continue, and though it was totally delicious and awesome, the plain corn and quinoa are sooo good.

    Recipe #480784

    My sister Cassie and I visited Paris this past Spring, and by the time we’d gotten from Charles de Gaulle to our hotel in Montmartre and thrown our bags in our room, we were starving. We struck out looking for someplace that would satisfy both me and my vegetarian sister, and found this little corner restaurant with arborite tables and a friendly atmosphere and some vegetarian options on the menu. The waiters were super-nice (as was almost everyone in Paris), complimenting my pathetic attempts at speaking French, and my meal completely floored me. I love lentils in just about every way they can be served, and something about the lentil-fennel combo strikes me a terrifically decadent. On the one hand, this dish is so cheap and easy to make, real comfort food, and on the other, it has this flavour and richness that makes me feel like I’m eating something indulgent. And it’s quick, and taste good cold, so leftovers make an excellent lunch the next day.

    Recipe #480783

    This is the recipe we've been using for ages; the ingredients are few, the steps are simple, and even when you feel like you've screwed it up it always tastes a million times better then those store-bought crusts.

    Recipe #471598

    This recipe was an on-the-fly invention during an impromptu Thanksgiving dinner (we ate at 9pm, unexpected friends dropped by, it was lovely). Roasted squash isn't exactly rocket science, but it's nice to get away from the normal squash with brown sugar and butter, and probably a smidge healthier. When this is done, the delicious caramelized sauce is almost like a vegan gravy - you may find yourself licking the pan. You can add some butter to the squash when you've got it on your plate, but you really don't need it at all - the sauce created by the roasted shallots & etc. has all the flavour you could desire.

    Recipe #471573

    This is essentially a basic turkey pot pie recipe, but I like to think that I’ve particularly made it mine by emphasizing the thyme, salt, and pepper. This savoury pie could probably handle a little sage, too, but have a light hand – the thyme really makes it irresistible. And don’t be stingy with the salt and pepper. I find too that no matter how badly I think I’ve screwed up the homemade pastry, it always tastes delicious and a million times better than any store-bought pie shell could ever taste. It’s not that much work, either, and then you get to tell people you made the pastry, and they get all impressed. Seriously, it’s almost embarrassingly easy, especially once you’ve made a few. My Nana Cynthia, who of late is a notoriously picky eater (a fusspot, she would say), once called this pie ‘the best she’d ever had,’ and I couldn’t ask for higher praise.

    Recipe #471408

    Baking bread can be really, really simple. Just let yourself give this recipe a shot - I never get really beautiful-looking baguettes out of this, but I do get delicious fresh bread straight from the oven.

    Recipe #363454

    Based on the famous Ginger Cookies from The Planet Bakery in Peterborough, ON, these are so good that people will always ask you for the recipe. So moist!

    Recipe #363426

    This cheesecake is delicious! You bake it in a water bath so that it bakes really evenly, and comes out so smooth and dreamy. I'm not always a huge fan of cheesecake, and it's a little pricey to make compared with an apple pie or something, but well worth it. And practically no effort at all - I think even a completely unexperienced cook would have no trouble with this recipe, and people go crazy about it when you bring it to a pot luck or something.

    Recipe #363397

    Tasty, low-fat coleslaw that I could eat all day!

    Recipe #235513


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