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    With left over turkey from Thanksgiving what better way to use the leftovers. You can use diced tomatoes in place of the can and pretty much whatever vegetables you have or substitute where necessary. For the canned tomatoes I used diced with oil and garlic and only used 1 clove of fresh garlic. You can add more vegetables or turkey to suit your taste. Use at least a 5 quart or larger Dutch oven or pot. I didn't measure the parsley when I added it so it's an approximation. For the stock I used Kittencal's recipe #139755. I made this late at night and the family decided to have a bowl for a bed time snack at 11:15 pm.

    Recipe #394734

    I am not a fan of seafood chowders but my family is and I know there are a few of you here as well. You can also use halibut or haddock instead of cod. This recipe is timed to cook just until the seafood is firm without toughening or falling apart. A great Canadian recipe from Canadian Living.

    Recipe #390078

    These can be served cut up as an appetizer or whole as a light lunch. They can be cooked on a grill or under a broiler, and I have given instructions for both methods. This is from the complete Canadian Living Baking Book sponsored by Tabi Classic.

    Recipe #390076

    A tangy topping of basil and sun-dried tomatoes pairs nicely with the goat cheese. I have made this appetizer several times and it’s always a crowd pleaser. Choose a bowl that's shallow and wide enough so the cheese mixture is about 1 inch thick. I doubled the topping once but it was too much. You could increase the topping by 1/2 for those that love the tangy flavour. This can be made ahead; cover and refrigerate cheese and sun-dried tomato mixture separately for up to 1 day. Bring to room temperature before serving. Serve this with sliced baguette, water crackers or spear of endive. This recipe was a runner up in a Tabi Classic Recipe Contest submitted by Christine Dewar published by Canadian Living.

    Recipe #390072

    This elegant dish is loaded with flavour, and easy to make. I served this with salmon and my DD ate the leftovers cold because it was that good. You can make this ahead by boiling the beans and then refrigerate up to 6 hours ahead. The remaining ingredients can also be prepped up to 6 hours and kept in the refrigerator. An hour before serving, remove the beans from the refrigerator to come to room temperature. The recipe calls to boil the beans but I steamed mine until they are al dente. This is from Fine Cooking.

    Recipe #389960

    I found this in a Fine Cooking Magazine and made it the other night. This is so quick and easy to make and packed with flavoured. You could easily add bok choy, peppers or other vegetables to the stir fry. This made 3 generous portion but could serve 4 if you have it with a salad or other side dishes. I served this over brown rice.

    Recipe #389217

    This dish packs so much flavour it’s amazing. The first time I made this we had unexpected company and I have never had so many great comments. You can serve this over basmati rice, sliced pita wedges or top it with grilled chicken thighs. I couldn't find a red hot chile so I used a splash of red hot chile sauce. Try to use fresh tomato sauce if possible but you can use canned if you wish. I tried to double the recipe to save time but I wouldn't recommend it as there are too many vegetables to stir and you require a really big pot to do this. This came from the Fine Cooking magazine.

    Recipe #389150

    This is a nice change to regular cauliflower dish and a wonderful compliment to any Thanksgiving dinner. You can prep all the ingredients several hours ahead except for the pears as they will brown if cut too far in advance. This was in Fine Cooking.

    Recipe #389036

    This is one of those elegant meals that are simple and quick to make. If you are using frozen scallops thaw first. The oil should be hot before adding the scallops to keep them from sticking to the pan. Don't turn the scallops to soon or they will stick and tear. Only turn once when they are cooking otherwise the meat will dry out. Found this in Canadian Living.

    Recipe #389032

    The pine nuts add the nutty flavour while the raisins bring a sweetness to the rice. I found this recipe in Canadian Living and it has become a staple. I wasn't a fan of brown rice until now. Try different brands as they do make a difference in texture and flavour, and the time for cooking can vary. Be careful when adding the pinch of cinnamon that a pinch is all you add or the flavour can be overpowering. Great as left overs.

    Recipe #384709

    Bourbon has it own characteristic flavor that adds a nice flavor to these T-Bones. Make sure the steaks are at room temperature before grilling. This helps keep them tender. You can make the sauce ahead of time and reheat when it is time to serve. The preparation time includes 2 hours to let the rub set in. I prefer to have it done the night before to save time the next day.

    Recipe #353789

    The sky is the limit when it comes to preparing fried rice. With this recipe we use brown rice and a little canola oil to make it healthier and 5 different types of vegetables. It's important the brown rice is well chilled so the starch hardens and makes it fry-able. If you use fresh rice you will have a gummy mess. Using ginger, scallions and garlic helps boost the flavour or you could even add some sesame oil or chile peppers. You could substitute the canola for sesame oil to add more flavour. Change any of the vegetables to asparagus; zucchini, peas, mushrooms, bok choy, bean spouts, jicama and even fruit such as mandarin oranges or pineapple.. To make it more of a meal I would add protein like chicken, shrimp, ham or even tofu...but then it wouldn't be Five Treasure now. Cooking time includes cooking the rice and chilling it. To speed the process up at dinner time, prepare the rice and chopped veggies the day before. This recipe came from Fine Cooking.

    Recipe #353760

    If you don't have time to make beef broth using beef bones, use purchased beef broth and enhance the flavor by adding a few ingredients to bring out other flavours. The key is brown the vegetables to enhance the flavour. By using tomato paste you will end up with a deep rich broth. Found this in one of my favorite magazines Cuisine at Home.

    Recipe #353756

    This is a quick, easy and elegant enough to make an impression for your guests. Serve this with lightly dressed baby greens and warmed naan. This was a grand prize winner recipe that Tabi clothing held in conjunction with Canadian Living.

    Recipe #352591

    Quick, easy and delicious. The recipe calls for 4 garlic cloves, but I only added 2 and should have added 3-4 cloves. I also added more parmesan because of preference. This is a hit with the kids. My friend Kathy sent me this recipe and now I am indebted to her forever.

    Recipe #265132

    This makes a 1 quart jar and a great gift for a teacher, student, or anyone for that matter. Put the ingredients into a pretty glass jar and attach some ribbon and a gift tag with the instructions. I will make up a jar and take it to the cottage for fast easy cookies. No left over ingredients to deal with either.

    Recipe #258391

    Gifts from the jar. This is great gift for someone like a teacher, student, or someone who doesn't like to bake or doesn't have time.

    Recipe #258383

    The lemon yogurt adds so much flavor and is the key to this dressing. The salad is simply delicious and easy to make. You can make this ahead, cover and chill for up to 6 hours, but do not stir in the walnuts until you are ready to serve it. You may substitute pears for apples for something different. I think it tastes best with fresh pineapple and apples. My GF gave me this recipe that she found in Dieter’s Cookbook by Better Homes and Garden. To save time I purchase the fresh pineapple already peeled from the grocery store.

    Recipe #257037

    Dress up Brie round with dried fruit and nuts. Be careful not to overheat the cheese, or it will ooze too freely when cut. You can substitute curaçao (orange flavoured liqueur) with Cognac or other Brandy or dry sherry.

    Recipe #202817

    This salad is packed with flavour and great for the holiday. You may substitute dried cranberries, fresh pomegranate seeds, or thin Comice pear slices for the sun-dried tomatoes. This salad was such a hit with the family we ate it 3 nights in a row. I found this recipe in a Hallmark "Home for the Holidays" book. They call it "Sun-Dried Tomato, Walnut and Goat Cheese Salad", but DH said he has eaten the same salad in various places that he travels and it was called the Diva Salad.

    Recipe #202813

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