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    This is a hit with the kids. Instead of gum drops, you can use jelly beans or other soft chewy candies. My son took two of these to a bake sale at school and sold them by the slice. I found this recipe in "Gold Medal Flour" holiday baking cookbook.Cook time includes 45 min of cooling time.

    Recipe #82698

    I got this recipe from my neighbour Bonnie who brought them to a cookie exchange. Needless to say they were a big hit with the kids (big and small). Having the Rolo in the center gives it a wonderful surprise when biting into it. Keep the Rolo's in the freezer until ready to use as it improves the texture of the cookie. One of the few cookies my DS likes. Prep time includes the 1 hour to chill dough.

    Recipe #81308

    The garlic and pine nuts enchance the flavour of this wonderful vegetable dish. The beans are tender and the red bell peppers add a nice color. I served this with chicken and rice.

    Recipe #81304

    This is a gourmet pasta dish that taste like it came from a fancy restaurant. It's loaded with lots of flavor and easy to make. If your chicken broth isn't low sodium, you might want to omit the olives, otherwise the dish will taste salty with the feta cheese, olives and chicken broth. I used fresh penne noodles that can be bought at the supermarket. It helps cut down on cooking time. I had never eaten artichokes before and was pleasantly surprised. The entire family loved this dish. I found the recipe in the Fine Cooking magazine.

    Recipe #75640

    Taste like pumpkin pie, but super easy to make. Be careful not to over cook the base as it will dry it out. Found this in the Food & Drink magazine autumn 2003

    Recipe #74303

    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

    This is a great comfort dessert on a cold day. Wild blueberries are expensive if you have to buy them, but have more flavour than the larger blueberry. This dessert will fill your house with a wonderful aroma while it is cooking. A nice change from apple crisp. Found this in a House and Home magazine.

    Recipe #73702

    These are my kids favorite chocolate chip cookies. I have made others but keep coming back to this recipe. A co worker gave me the recipe years ago and it has been passed around to family and friends.

    Recipe #73698

    This rub adds a wonderful flavor to the roast and the gravy is to die for. My kids aren't huge fans of roasts but they did like this one. I cooked a 5 lb roast and cut back on the garlic a bit, but left the amounts for the other ingredients the same. I cooked the roast at 500 degrees for 20 min and the remainder at 350 degrees for approx. 30 min. Serving size is dependant on how big of eaters you have...children vs adults

    Recipe #73240

    A gourmet meal that will have your friends talking. The herbs and bourbon sauce give this steak a wonderful flavour. I barbequed my steak but the recipe tells you to cook in the oven. If you are using dried herbs the prep time is considerably less. I like to use fresh herbs to bring out the flavour. Serve this with garlic and paramasen mashed potatoes and a green salad. I found this gem in a Food and Drink Magazine the local liquor store gives out.

    Recipe #73012

    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

    This is the home version of the Eatmore Candy Bar recipe I got from my neighbor. Took these on a camping trip and they were gone the 2nd night. Big hit with all the kids and adults. Cook time is chilling time.

    Recipe #70459

    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

    For a change of pace try drizzling this vinaigrette on boiled new red potatoes instead of butter.

    Recipe #69788

    I poured this dressing on steamed green beans and they were out of this world. The raspberries add a wonderful flavor. Another great recipe from the Fine Cooking repertoire.

    Recipe #69785

    The best time to make this is when the tomatoes are in season. If you love tomatoes, you will love this salad, as did my guests. This is not a complicated salad and you would think it came from a gourmet restaurant. I found this gem of a recipe in the Fine Cooking Magazine.

    Recipe #69784

    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

    I get asked to make these all the time, even though everyone at the office has this recipe. The recipe says to keep in fridge overnight to let flavor set in...I have yet to wait that long. They are just as good if left for an hour. Don't use shells that have been frozen and then unthawed or they may crack when trying to roll the wrap. Use flavored shells to really enchance the flavor. Prep time 30-40 min Refrigerate for 1 -24 hours

    Recipe #67945

    A few ingredients is all you need to create this elegant fish entree. An incredible easy meal to cook and very tasty. I found this one in July issue of Chatelaine magazine.

    Recipe #67944

    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

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