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    This is the "bath" for my Supreme Meatball recipe from Patricia Wells “Trattoria” cookbook...however I double the recipe for meatballs. Of course you can jazz this base recipe up any way you prefer but it is lovely and simple just as it is. This is a great basic tomato sauce for beginner cooks. "My Everyday Favorite" is a quote from Ms. Wells herself.

    Recipe #159391

    Honest…the supreme meatball! Even my Italian friends secretly beg me for the recipe as they don’t want to offend their Nona’s. The addition of the lemon zest creates this phenomenally rich flavour and you will find that you can’t eat as many with your pasta as you usually would. Since these little wonders are bursting with flavour I add them to a simple “bath” (tomato sauce) so the ingredients don’t play Gladiator with each other. I will be posting the “bath” recipe shortly. The recipe is from Canada Cooks Pasta but I’ve altered it to lower the carb and fat content.

    Recipe #159386

    Celebrate the late summer harvest of red peppers with this simple and light pasta salad. You can easily substitute roasted peppers from a jar. This recipe is from an obscure little cookbook with fabulous recipes called “Canada Cooks Pasta”. I have a propensity for lemon and increase the amount of zest and juice. As a matter of fact, I increase the feta and basil as well! This is a great brunch, pot luck or buffet salad! Note: Whether you use fresh peppers or jarred, ensure you dry them really don't want a pink salad!

    Recipe #146287

    I fail to remember where this recipe first appeared but chances are it was from Canadian Living magazine. This simple dish is much richer than you would expect and pairs well with grilled meats especially lamb and pork. Since sweet potatoes are very moist, adjust the amount of sour cream or milk to your taste. I do recall that the original recipe recommended placing the sweet potatoes and onion mixture in a food processor until blended. I found this method too gluey and altered it as stated.

    Recipe #145613

    This wonderful sauce will enhance grilled or roasted chicken and duck. Credit goes to Gingerich Farms - a U.S. blueberry farm. Warning: Sauce will stain wooden spoons, linen napkins and white tank tops

    Recipe #67794

    A few years of experimentation later and I believe I got it just right - a simple yet substantial cold weather soup. For a sophisticated twist, try it with Stilton cheese and port.

    Recipe #56468

    The following ingredients were indiscriminately chosen and thrown together for our Father's Day celebration. To my delight I won runner-up in the Canadian Living Magazine "Chicken Challenge" contest last year. Prep includes marinating time.

    Recipe #50812

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