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    This is a sandwich inspired by a little coffee shop I went to. It is best with homemade focaccia, but store bought would also work. It can be made if the dip is ommitted and artichokes substituted. Delicious either way. The dip can be found in the deli section in Save-On Foods.

    Recipe #449486

    This was inspired by the Pinoy dessert. I lived in the Philippines for 4 months, so the other day as I was recreating some of the magic of pinoy food, I came across this recipe. Lacking banana leaves I created my own version!

    Recipe #449385

    I made this up one afternoon for lunch. We had no sandwich meat in the house and I wanted avocado. So I looked here on recipe Zaar for a good recipe. I found some toppings that go well with avocados and then experimented from there. My grandma uses a similar sauce for taco salad. So this is ideas collected into a delicious spring lunch.

    Recipe #293128

    This is a made up combination of two different apple dips I have had. I am not sure which of the three I like best. I made it with ingredients from my fridge that I could find. The whipped cream is an idea thought in my head and not tried yet, but I’m sure it will make it better than the yogurt mix by itself. You can use flavored yogurt (any flavor) instead of the raspberries and French vanilla yogurt and cool whip instead of the whipped cream and icing sugar. You can also skip the raspberries and serve it plain. Either way it will be gone faster than you can cut up the apples! Great for the kids or party food.

    Recipe #292768

    I made these as a vegetable dish to go with the “Non-spicy Thai coconut chicken” I made up. My family really enjoyed the meal. It is all flavoured with rosemary—a favorite of ours with chicken :) I always thought vegetables were boring, but a friend of mine is teaching me how to make them tasty. So this is my first try. Enjoy! (The cooking time includes 20 minutes in the marinade and 10 minutes to cook.)

    Recipe #292766

    I am not exactly sure what Thai food tastes like…but after reading recipes I think spicy. So if you want spicy look somewhere else. This is a mild and delicious chicken that keeps you craving for more. I would suggest doubling the sauce, but not the chicken because it is sooooooo good :) Reading through some chicken recipes I came up with this recipe. I got the main idea from one recipe in the Betty Crocker cookbook. But I only used half of it…so enjoy!

    Recipe #292587

    This may not sound good, but it is quite tasty. It is fiddly, but a kid pleaser. I made it up in the Philippines where we have fresh pineapple all the time. It is not acidic there so we could eat 10 pineapples a week, every week for 4 months! So this was delicious with fresh pinapple, but canned would be ok too. Well, enjoy this little brain of fun!

    Recipe #284978

    This is a quick and easy meal for lunch or supper. Its healthy and tasty! I made it up one night for supper for me and my sister. It was really quick, tasty and not too filling, but just right. It is healthy and spinach actually has more nutrients than any other food! If you want it even healthier, try whole wheat noodles rather than white. I am not too fond of measurements so these are close but approximates, so feel free to adjust as necessary. Enjoy this simple meal as a light, healthy new recipe!

    Recipe #283465


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