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    I've tried many many veggie dip recipes but this is my favourite. A co-worker gave it to me years ago - the Beau Monde is what makes it so good!!!

    Recipe #58869

    Like Nanaimo Bars, butter tarts are a Canadian treat and all recipes are very similar. Increase the corn syrup - they will be runnier; increase the brown sugar - they will be less runny. The cooking time will also affect the texture of the filling. My daughter and granddaughter won second place in the butter tart contest at the Good Food Festival in Toronto...... and yes, I am very proud of them ....... and yes, the tarts are delicious! My granddaughter came up with the recipe name based on the display platter they used for the contest. You can leave out the raisins entirely or decrease the amount ........ try currants or pecans, or walnuts or a mixture. My grandchildren like them with chocolate chips - the choice is yours!

    Recipe #225426

    My entire family loves pickled beets so last summer I prepared 4 different batches & ran a contest. The slight heat from the chilies made this recipe the unanimous winner - in fact, my daughter hides her jars from the kids. It will be the only recipe that I use from now on!

    Recipe #54392

    One of the things that I love about spring is fresh asparagus - this combo makes a quick, easy & delicious dinner. The recipe came from BH & G.

    Recipe #64413

    A healthy (and very tasty) recipe from the Canadian Milk Calendar! I use skim milk, granny smith apples & buckwheat flour. If you're adventurous, include the optional spices!

    Recipe #413414

    I got this from Linda, my friend of 40 years! She has given the recipe to many people and once you try it, you'll know why. I've made it with a combo of white and whole wheat flour. I've also used applesauce in place of the oil - it still tastes great!

    Recipe #97050

    This makes a nice change from the usual apple crisp. Serve with or without your choice of topping - ice cream, yoghurt, whipped cream (fat-free?)

    Recipe #61740

    I'm always on the lookut for different ways to use rhubarb! This recipe from Sandra Gonzales was published in Country Woman magazine. Use your own pastry, store bought pie shells or my recipe for pastry with no trans fat or whole wheat canola oil pastry for a healthier pie! Cover the fruit mixture with a full crust, pastry lattice or the topping from my rhubarb crumble pie (recipe#91390).

    Recipe #93202

    I found this recipe by Lucy Waverman (a well known Toronto chef) in a publication about seasonal produce. It refrigerates well & stays fresh for days - if it lasts. The apples settle into a dark brown mass & cut like a cake. Serve with cinnamon or licorice ice cream for a perfect fall dessert!!

    Recipe #57904

    This quick & easy soup is very light - ideal for lunch or a starter at dinnertime! It comes from The Millcroft Inn's Chef Jason Parsons.

    Recipe #88444

    These are two of my favourite things!

    Recipe #86927

    I love the spring when fresh asparagus is available! This recipe is from "Come For Dinner" by Leslie Revsin.

    Recipe #87478

    Absolutely delicious!!! Its from Patrick Bouilly of the Quebec Tourism & Hotel Institute and published in a new Canadian magazine called "Chocolate".

    Recipe #208763

    This is a colourful & delicious side-dish OR, on a night when its too hot to turn on the oven, just add some grated Parmesan or crumbled Feta and call it dinner!

    Recipe #86319

    My daughter & I make this in early December every year....somehow, it never lasts to Xmas!!!

    Recipe #55917

    I served this in wine glasses & topped with whipped cream for dessert on Valentine's Day! It was the first time that I made it but it certainly won't be the last. Use sweet, semi-sweet or dark bittersweet chocolate according to how sweet your tooth is. Timing doesn't include refrigeration.

    Recipe #84634

    I love "can-do-ahead" dishes. This one is ideal for a buffet or a family celebration.

    Recipe #59377

    It doesn't get much easier than this for a weeknight supper - just toss a salad to complete the meal!

    Recipe #85957

    The wonderful flavour infusion of garlic, thyme & balsamic vinegar in your basic veggies!

    Recipe #77611

    DECADENT...........I make this for my husband when I want something!! The recipe comes from Linda Haynes at the Ace Bakery.

    Recipe #76309

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