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    This quick & easy meal from Canadian Living starts on the stove and finishes in the oven while you set the table. This makes a lot--appetite sizes will determine the number of servings, but its perfect for a weeknight!

    Recipe #261272

    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

    A perfect side (from Canadian Living) when tomatoes are in season without turning on your oven! I made it last night using Juliette tomatoes from my freezer and recipe #38293 Italian Seasoning. It was quick, easy and very good - I'm sure that it will be even better when the new tomato crop is available!

    Recipe #224766

    These are perfect for a snack or a side to a bowl of soup! I used to make them with a crusty Italian or French loaf .......... but now I use sour dough or multi grain.

    Recipe #223225

    Use this syrup base to make a glass or a pitcher on those hot summer days .......... t keeps in the refrigerator for up to 3 weeks! The recipe is compliments of Thelma, the old farm lady at the end of our road.

    Recipe #218483

    From Bon Appetit Best of the Year - quick, easy & delicious!

    Recipe #201391

    I don't know where I got this recipe that I've been using for years but it is definitely a man pleaser! I think that a ham bone gives the best flavour but will use an 8 oz piece of salt pork when necessary.

    Recipe #186207

    Part French toast, part melt ... kind of an open-faced Monte Cristo sandwich ... just add a salad for a quick & easy lunch or a light dinner! The recipe comes from Canadian Living Everyday Favourites.

    Recipe #180432

    This recipe from Food & Drink magazine isn't an authentic Thai dish but its delicious! You can add diced potato, diced tomato or sliced green beans instead of or in addition to the red peppers. My hubby doesn't like spicy food so he wasn't fond of it - but I'm the cook & occasionally he will just have to suffer!!

    Recipe #159220

    Egg custards are quite simple to prepare, provided you follow the recipe directions! Avoid using excessive heat which will ruin the texture, stir the mixture constantly when cooking over direct heat & watch the mixture carefully as it thickens. I'm making this on Valentine's Day - its one of my hubby's favourite desserts!!

    Recipe #155356

    There are lots of biscuit recipes but the savoury flavour of fresh herbs make these unique! I've itemized the ingredients from Harrowsmith Country Life but use whatever herbs appeal to you ........ or whatever you have in the pantry. Last night, I used basil, parsley & green onions. BUT, if you're forced to use dried herbs, just cut the quantity in half.

    Recipe #153610

    Serve warm from the oven with a bowl of soup for lunch or an easy week night dinner!

    Recipe #147559

    A perfect flavour combination ....... a creamy, velvety texture ......... delicious! When I saw the photo in the Company's Coming - Baking - Simple To Sensational, I just had to buy the book. This recipe alone made me glad that I bought it! I forgot to keep track of my prep time (so I've estimated) but due to the standing time, its best to make this a day in advance.

    Recipe #146704

    This recipe from the December 2000 issue of Canadian Living was served in the posh dining cars of the Royal Canadian Pacific! It is definitely dinner party fare but also good enough for your family!

    Recipe #144169

    Another favourite from Ted Reader, King of the Q!

    Recipe #144103

    This recipe from Canadian Living magazine has been in my "recipes to try file" since Nov 2003. I finally did so last night & wish I had done so much sooner. Its so easy & the flavour combination is so good!

    Recipe #135758

    This is a delicious savoury pie guaranteed to impress at a special breakfast or brunch! Its a favourite of Karen Brimacombe, one of the authors of the Best of Bridge series! Its too large a large pie for just the 2 of us - so I made half the recipe this morning in a Corning baking dish; it required 60 minutes of baking time. Editted to add comments: Since it would be easier to serve from a springform pan, I recently purchased a half-sized one from Dollarama!

    Recipe #135251

    A little spice, a little salsa, a lot of flavour and its also healthy! The recipe comes courtesy of Good Times magazine. Adjust the cajun seasoning to your own taste - if you don't have any, there are a number of good ones on Zaar!

    Recipe #131563

    I just had to buy the June issue of Canadian Living so I could make the cover recipe! I made some changes to the biscuit portion - you could substitute with sponge or angel food cake, if you prefer. Standing time has not been included.

    Recipe #125096

    Posted in response to a request from Food & Drink magazine ..... with some modifications by me! Standing time has not been included.

    Recipe #122583

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