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    This is a wonderful dessert to serve after a special dinner. The Amaretto and pears are a lovely combination. DH loved this so much he had 2 servings. I didn't have 6 custard cups so I used a small glass cake pan. I found this recipe in our local newspaper but it did not list the chef who created it.

    Recipe #73009

    Found this in the "Alive" magazine. Spray on itchy skin as needed.

    Recipe #131850

    This is from the Aug 2005 "Alive" magazine. Yield: 125 ml bottle.

    Recipe #131851

    Quick, easy and elegant. Use fat-free cream cheese to avoid the extra calories. I use an apple slicer to help speed the time up. This recipe has been a hit with everyone including kids (if they like nuts). I love the combination of cream cheese and apples. I have made this dessert so many times, but keep misplacing it, so thought I had better post it. I found this in a Cooking Light magazine.

    Recipe #151496

    This is a quick and easy snack or serve with a garden salad or a bowl of soup to make a meal. I got this from Cuisine at Home.

    Recipe #196147

    This side dish compliments pork tenderloin. The balsamic vinegar and grated orange peel give the couscous the added flavor it requires. It is a very subtle flavour.

    Recipe #196143

    This recipe came from The "Complete Canadian Living Cookbook" where the recipes are tried till perfect before publishing. This is a quick and easy recipe that you can use chicken or pork instead of beef. Sometimes I add red & green peppers, cauliflower, along with the broccoli.

    Recipe #67943

    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

    Blueberry pancakes have to be my favorite. Great for taking camping or as a gift.

    Recipe #199959

    I took this amazing salad to a barbecue and there was nothing left. If you use herbed and garlic Feta Cheese, omit the 1 clove of garlic or taste and then add as much garlic to suit your taste buds. You can also make this ahead and keep covered in the refrigerator up to a day. This recipe came from one of my favorite magazines "Canadian Living."

    Recipe #69782

    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

    I nice alternative to regular Cinnamon Coffee Cake. Swirling the spice in the center makes the Coffee Cake very attractive. I found this in a Splenda cookbook.

    Recipe #196144

    This stuffing can be made a day ahead. It tastes great served with a Crown Roast of Pork. This came from the Food and Style Magazine

    Recipe #180621

    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

    A compress can be used topically to remove excess heat from the body and is great for treating inflammation and swelling. This is from the "Alive" magazine.

    Recipe #131853

    These are a very soft delicious cookie. I made 8 dz for a cookie exchange at Christmas last year and they were a hit. These have to be one of the family's favourite. The first batch was gone in no time. The cream cheese adds a nice flavour to this cookie. If you like cherries you can add more by pressing 3 or 4 dried cherries into the tops of cookies before baking.

    Recipe #73763

    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

    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 is a quick and easy meal to make. I have cooked chicken with sun-dried tomato and oregano dressing for some time, but found a recipe in Chatelaine with the dried seasonings added. Original recipe called for 4 cloves of garlic, but I found that a bit much. I would only use 4 cloves if they were small. Wonderful flavor. Serve this with steamed green beans and rice pilaf.

    Recipe #70456

    My brother made this for my kids one day when they were visiting him. It has become my DD favourite meal. The sausage adds enough spicy flavour to this pasta dish.

    Recipe #112932

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