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    This recipe is modelled after the authentic Dutch meatball soup my Oma used to make. She would start by making her own broth using a soup bone. It continues to be a tradition in our family to serve this soup at every holiday and family get together.

    Recipe #454363

    This was adapted from a recipe in Better Homes and Gardens.We call this the "Family Salad" in our house. We each have a favourite ingredient that we put in. So easy to make and lasts for a few days in the fridge. Try different types of cheeses in place of the cheddar. Havarti with jalapeno works very well. Be sure to use the prepared oil & vinegar dressing.

    Recipe #432557

    1 Reviews |  By Jacq'3

    This is an excellent fresh tasting bruchetta. I serve it on top of garlic bread, on a pita with garlic butter, or even in a grilled cheese sandwich with cheddar cheese! Mozzerella, cheddar and feta cheeses all work well with this recipe. I adjust seasonings and garlic to taste after a few hours of marinating.

    Recipe #432528

    This makes a big batch. Excellent on any pasta, even on lasange!

    Recipe #432405

    Add a little spice to your teriyaki! I use this with chunks of beef to make kabobs (with red onion, green and red peppers and button mushrooms). The crushed chili and cayenne make this just a little different than other teriyaki marinades. Adjust to your spice level.

    Recipe #432390

    A nice light lunch with a little heat. Add chipotle hot sauce for a little more kick.

    Recipe #428968


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