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    Another recipe I can't remember where I got it from. All I know is I love it. Haven't made it in a little bit of time since my DD left to go back to Quebec college.

    Recipe #366218

    This is a time consuming recipe but absolutely my favorite. I have had it written on a page that is really beginning to fade. I am sure I have had it for about 20 years or more. I don't make this often, because I am the only one that eats it....wait a minute...maybe I should make it more often...silly me ..Cooking time does not include soaking time.

    Recipe #366215

    My all time favorite. I have never even tried another recipe for bread pudding. I simply love this one of mine. So quick to make and so yummy to eat.

    Recipe #366213

    Another school recipe I use to love..Need to keep it somewhere like here because my paper is fading. I love this dipped in my Plum Sauce. I have never tried it but I suppose it could be baked in the oven as well. I prefer mine deep fried.

    Recipe #366207

    I really don't remember where I got this recipe. But I know I have had it for a very long time. I find it the most richest Lobster Bisque I have tried. To serve I swirl a little bit of sherry or brandy on top..absolutely wonderful. It is a lot of work to do but I find it so worth it. I have made it so many times that I really don't find it too time consuming.....just so worth the compliments that come with it. Time stated does not include cooking lobster if you get fresh. Personally I buy it cooked for me at the Market.

    Recipe #366051

    I love this dish. I make it often for Company because they love it. Not the cheapest meal to make but oh so delicious every now and then. I just love the flavors. I have tried many recipes over the years and have just combined some to come up with what I like and this is the result.

    Recipe #365587

    I have had this recipe for so long now. Not sure any more who I got it from. I haven't made it in a while, but I remember it being so yummy.

    Recipe #365222

    This is another of my school recipes I have had for over 30 years. Need to post it here before it fades for good on the paper. I really enjoy this simple cake recipe.

    Recipe #365193

    I have tried many recipe variations of this and I combined a little of this and a little of that to suit what I like. This is the one I turn to all the time. I enjoy this over a bed of large egg noodles called dumplings.

    Recipe #365124

    This is a recipe my mum in law gave me a very long time ago. This might be the only recipe she actually gave me that has all the ingredients marked down. She tended to leave out ingredients for me on purpose (such a meanie) But this is really easy to do and It is fantastic. The house smells so good while it is cooking. I vary the recipe sometimes by adding a little bit of cinnamon or some mixed spice. Taste and go with your taste buds. I can't remember how many mason jars this recipe makes, I never marked it down. So I am guessing at that until I make it this summer and come back to correct it.

    Recipe #364813

    This is a great recipe for potstickers. Very quick to put together with a nice zippy flavor.

    Recipe #364682

    The third recipe of liqueurs my girlfriend gave me oh so long ago. Again I will mention that being a Quebec recipe it asks for "Alcool" which is basically a 40% alcohol. Not sure if alcohol is available in the USA. I love having a glass of this mixed into some milk, absolutely delicious.

    Recipe #364163

    I have over the years tried many of these recipes. I have adjusted so many to come up with my own. Everyone asks for this soup all the time. They can't get enough of it. I make them batches of soup and freeze it for them for their lunches. This is my favorite version. The longest part of this soup is making the tiny meatballs. I usually get the mixture ready at the counter then take it to the table to sit down and make the balls just to save some feet and back pain. But so worth it once you sit and have a bowl full of this wonderful soup.

    Recipe #364160

    Another recipe my Chef friend gave me. Another sauce I make a few days ahead when I know I am having Chinese food. I find it a not too sweet sauce which is what I like.

    Recipe #364143

    This recipe is a bit different than some others. It has a great flavor. I love this sauce for egg rolls. A chef friend of mine gave this to me a very long time ago. Whenever I know I will be making Chinese Food I make this a few days ahead of time so the flavors could blend.

    Recipe #364139

    The second in some liqueurs recipes my girlfriend gave me 30 years ago. This recipe came from Quebec as well, so there we can get "Alcool " which is what this recipe requests. It is basically a 40% alcohol. But I know you can't get that in the USA, not sure if they even have alcohol. But I had to put alcohol in the list of ingredients because that is all it would recognize. This is a delicious almond flavor liqueur to enjoy.

    Recipe #364122

    I received a few liqueur recipes from my girlfriend about 30 years ago. They are all delicious. Just want to put them here because my recipe page is fading and falling apart. I love making and better yet drinking these great liqueurs .

    Recipe #364106

    I use to make these brownies all the time for my wee ones. My DD still wants me to make them often, but since she is the only one at home now and she is the only one that likes chocolate I don't make them every time she asks, because she eats them all up real quick. They are absolutely delicious, and so moist and flavorful. I really don't remember where I got the recipe from but I do know I have been making them for over 25 years. Not hard to make either even for a newbie. I personally do not put in the chopped nuts, it is totally optional, does not affect the outcome. No need for icing on these brownies at all

    Recipe #364090

    I have had this recipe for so long I really don't remember who gave it to me. I like to enjoy a small sliver...okay a medium sliver with a cup of tea.

    Recipe #362114

    This is just a very basic muffin but I just love the flavor of them. This is a recipe I got from cooking class in high school. Close to 40 years old...come to think of it..oh my.

    Recipe #362064

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