This is so good! This recipe was originally from a Canadian Living magazine several years back. It has become a family favourite at the cottage and is great for company because it is made ahead of time. All you need to do is throw the chicken on the Q when the company arrives. Always gets rave reviews. Prep time includes marinating time.
This recipe originally won first prize ($1 Million) in a national cook-off of some sort (I think Pillsbury) several years ago. I can see why - it is a wonderful combination of flavours. The recipe is quite easy to make and is very economical. I have also substituted the chicken thighs for boneless, skinless breasts and it works just fine. The thighs are definitely better though as they are more moist. Do try this - you'll love it.
This is a great way to use up leftover turkey or chicken. Very similar to traditional gumbo, this is a quick and easy alternative - a thick, hearty gumbo that can be spiced up even more at the table with some Louisiana Hot Sauce and/or Cajun Seasoning. Enjoy!
A family favorite. It takes a fair amount of time to do, but it is well worth the effort. The topping of lemon, parsley and mushrooms is divine. IF there are any leftovers, they are even better the next day.
The fresh sage turns crispy when fried in the butter and adds a wonderful flavor to the beef and mushrooms. This is a fairly simple dish that can be used as a main course or in smaller servings as a side dish.
This is very easy to make and has a nice presentation when served on a large platter. It is very colorful. The chicken broth is optional. I prefer it without, finding that the liquid from the artichokes, tomatoes, lemon and oil is just enough.
These are incredible! I found this recipe in a magazine at the doctors office. I sribbled it down in my notebook and forgot about it until last week. I made them up and they are divine. They are rather pricey to make, but well worth the investment. They look great too.
A wonderful change from regular tuna salad sandwich. This is the only way we do it in our house!
Note: I didn't notice until March 2010 (took me 8 years) that the ingredient horseradish had somehow defaulted to horseradish sauce. There are many great reviews here from people who used horseradish sauce, so don't be afraid to try it. I have corrected the recipe as it really does call for prepared horseradish, which is much hotter.
This is a wonderful Greek-style layered dip with hummus as the base. It is a colorful and very tasty appetizer that always gets compliments. I often add a bit of chopped fresh parsley or oregano for added color.