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    This is a delicious and different meat soup that comes from "Jewish Cooking for Dummies." You can thicken the soup with a slurry of flour and water if you like. Enjoy!

    Recipe #57686

    From the President's Choice seasonal cookbook. I haven't tried it but it looks good and is so easy.

    Recipe #57343

    Really refreshing iced tea variation. Great with bbq.

    Recipe #57304

    This soup is from Food and Drink Magazine. The wasabi cream gives a nice asian touch. Enjoy.

    Recipe #57252

    A delicious way to get that Vitamin K (as well as a bunch of other healthy stuff). This recipe comes from Canadian Living Magazine. Enjoy.

    Recipe #57248

    These pecans are delicious on their own or in salads. Truly superb.

    Recipe #57162

    Bellinis are a very popular summer drink in my hometown of Calgary. This recipe comes from "O Magazine". Cook time includes 1/2 hour rest time.

    Recipe #56773

    This is probably the first thing that I ever learned to cook. My mother used to cook it while I took a nap as a child, and the smell would wake me up. It's really garlicky and the wine gives it a nice flavour. It also freezes really well. Enjoy!

    Recipe #56546

    From the Ottawa Citizen. Enjoy!

    Recipe #56518

    This recipe is from the Ottawa Citizen. This is a very tasty way to serve goat cheese. Great for parties or for a quiet lunch at home. Cook time is marinating time.

    Recipe #56514

    This is a recipe that I haven't tried from It sounds exotic but is cooked entirely in the microwave. Let me know how it is!

    Recipe #56509

    This recipe was given to me by an almost vegetarian friend. You can easily add shredded chicken, beef, fish or cooked scrambled egg. I included the recipe for fish sauce, but you could easily use the commercially available kind. This dish is a treat for anyone who likes spicy and/or thai food. Prep. time includes marinating

    Recipe #56507

    I started making this for my family when I was around 13. My brother Adam, who I call Adi, was crazy about it. Some people use creamed corn, I found that the frozen corn kept everything nice and moist. I eyeballed everything in this recipe, so hopefully the amounts are fairly accurate. Enjoy...

    Recipe #56218

    These are my sister's DELICIOUS chocolate chip cookies. Honestly, they never fail.

    Recipe #55951

    This is really simple, tasty, vinaigrette. The whole grain mustard really adds something.

    Recipe #55949

    I couldn't find a kosher fish sauce to make pad thai with, so I make this instead. Works like a charm!

    Recipe #55913

    This recipe comes from a book called 'Sephardic Flavors' and is a cross between a frozen honey mousse and a rum raisin ice cream. I believe its of Turkish origin. The cook time includes steeping and plumping time. Try it, its not as complicated it looks

    Recipe #55912

    A moist, delicious cake--my family has been making this version for years.

    Recipe #55887

    I found this recipe on the internet a while ago. These ribs are sticky and delicious. Makes a great dinner with some rice and stir fried vegetables.

    Recipe #53985

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