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    I have to try this on ice cream.

    Recipe #510099

    Wonderful way to cook long grain rice- couldn't be easier and turns out great every time.

    Recipe #481170

    Salmon marinated in a sweet and tangy teriyaki sauce.

    Recipe #448427

    This is a good main dish vegetarian recipe or a satisfying side. Based on another oldie from Canadian Living.

    Recipe #331000

    This is a tangy relish that I hadn't made for awhile- just made a batch and remembered how good it is! From an old Canadian Living.

    Recipe #321262

    My niece gave me this recipe a couple of months ago and I'm hooked on it. Feel free to vary the amounts of spices according to what flavours you like. Great way to start the morning :-).

    Recipe #277436

    This is from the Fall edition of Food and Drink, the wonderful free magazine we get at the LCBO in Ontario. I made these on the weekend as we had a bunch of people here to reroof our house and they were a big hit.

    Recipe #252262

    I just love this time of year, when I can go out to the garden and pick beautiful tomatoes. You could use either roma or regular tomatoes for this recipe. I just made it for lunch and it has a lovely combination of flavours- so easy to put together too. From the local paper.

    Recipe #246687

    This is from Weber's "Real Grilling" cookbook and it has great flavour. I bought a beer can chicken stand (they're quite cheap)which makes the can and the chicken more secure. Make sure your chicken isn't too big or you may not get the lid closed on your BBQ.

    Recipe #246569

    What a way to enjoy the bounty from your garden or farmer's market. I wouldn't use really large tomatoes as these babies are very filling as a side, but definitely go for the big ones if it's to be a main course. From Weber's "Real Grilling". Enjoy:-). The filling can be made ahead and stuffed into the tomatoes before grilling.

    Recipe #246523

    A wonderful way to treat small new potatoes, and has the advantage that it is great for parties because it can be partially prepared ahead of time. From the Ottawa Citizen.

    Recipe #241472

    An old Bonnie Stern recipe.

    Recipe #215612

    A very tasty way to serve this lovely delicate fish.

    Recipe #215569

    From a well known Canadian chef. These are a little lighter than normal mashed potatoes, and full of flavour.

    Recipe #215563

    This is the bread recipe I've been using for years, from the wonderful cookbook "Food that Really Schmecks" by Edna Staebler. She is no longer with us, but her wonderful cookbooks will live on. There are many variations included in this bread recipe, but I will just list the basic one, and you can feel free to play with it*.

    Recipe #212000

    I'm always on the lookout for different kinds of savoury jellies. This one is great-from the local newspaper.

    Recipe #183099

    For any of you lucky enough to have access to wild leeks. Based on a recipe from Harrowsmith. Very simple.

    Recipe #167634

    I've been making this for years. I believe it may have come from Canadian Living.

    Recipe #167030

    A very creamy rice. Use whatever dried mushrooms you have available such as oyster, shitake, chanterelle or even morels if you feel extravagant!

    Recipe #167006

    From Canadian Living. There are three risings, so although the recipe is quite simple, it takes awhile.

    Recipe #164115

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