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    From Foodland Ontario booklet. A savory flatbread loaded with asparagus, ham, onion and Parmesan cheese and easy to make using biscuit mix. Great for a casual brunch. Serve with a lightly dressed green salad or sliced tomatoes and cucumbers. I used cheddar cheese,adjusted the seasonings to taste, and recipe #69051 #69051 for the biscuit mix.

    Recipe #229679

    A great use for leftover cooked turkey or chicken. Serve it with spaghetti or mashed potatoes, and a salad, for dinner. Posted in response to a request. You can also use thick slices of leftover meatloaf for this recipe.

    Recipe #229671

    An easy to make Kraft tuna cake recipe. We served these tasty patties on toasted kaiser rolls with sliced tomatoes and lettuce. As suggested by reviewer, chill in refrigerator before frying (optional). You could also dip the patties in breadcrumbs just before frying too. Also good with a side of creamed corn or creamed peas and french fries. You can make these fish cakes with red sockeye salmon too.

    Recipe #225189

    This is the method used by restaurants to whip butter to make it easier to spread, and for economical reasons to make butter go a lot further too. You can make it fancy like restaurants do by putting this mixture into a cake decorating tube with a fancy tip and pipe it into small dishes for individual servings. I have even used a plastic bag, cut off the corner, placed a fancy decorating tip in the corner, added the butter mixture and piped it into tiny dishes I got at the dollar store. One for each dinner guest is a nice touch. I store the whipped butter in a glass covered container on the counter top in cooler weather. In warmer weather I store it in the refrigerator and bring it to room temperature before using.

    Recipe #225178

    An easy to make tasty barbecue sauce made with cold coffee. It keeps well for a long time in a glass jar in refrigerator. Use as a sauce for precooked chicken wings or ribs in the oven. Or cook raw wings as directed below. Sauce can also be used for pork chops or spareribs or any recipe calling for barbecue sauce. Easy to make with readily available ingredients. A good way to use up leftover coffee. Time given is to make the sauce only and the yield is an estimate.

    Recipe #198165

    A quick and easy sauce to serve with a scoop of ice cream, a piece of sponge cake or fruit cake, or cheesecake. Also good over pancakes, french toast, or crepes. Garnish with a dollop of whipped cream and a maraschino cherry if you like. Use fresh peaches in place of the oranges or use canned peaches with some of the juice. You can serve individual servings in wide-mouth wine glasses for pretty presentation. A great last minute dessert. I keep an angel food cake in the freezer and a couple cans of mandarin oranges in the pantry for this dessert for unexpected company.

    Recipe #198021

    A quick and easy to make square with salted crackers. Only one bowl and a measuring cup to mix the batter. Treasured recipe from an old recipe box I bought at a yard sale.

    Recipe #196250

    Another great Kraft recipe. A nice combination of chocolate and butterscotch chips with peanut butter, peanuts, and chow mein noodles. A great candy gift for special occasions or as a hostess gift. You can use candy papers that are available at most dollar stores. Place the candy on a pretty plate (paper, plastic, or a pretty china plate from a second hand store). Line the plate with a paper doily also available at the dollar store. Cover the plate with plastic wrap, add a bow and voila! Or use the candy papers and a pretty box from the dollar store. I think raisins would be a great addition or substitution for the peanuts if you like. I used a heavy-bottom pot over low heat to melt the ingredients instead of the microwave oven.

    Recipe #195770

    Great all-purpose herbed butter to keep on hand for all kinds of uses; serve with corn on the cob recipe #147254 or recipe #119749; top sizzling hot steaks, chicken, or fish; butter hot cooked veggies; buns and breads toasted or not; cooking rice; roasting potatoes; hot cooked pasta. Adjust seasonings to taste.

    Recipe #190648

    A great make ahead dessert from Kelloggs website that is best made at least one week before serving. After cooling, wrap carefully and store in airtight container at room temperature. Instead of using cooking spray to prepare the pan, I used Recipe #78579. It's a terrific pan release mixture to keep on hand for greasing pans for everything like cakes, muffins, and even casseroles too.

    Recipe #188626

    Another goodie from Taste of Home magazine. I couldn't find kohlrabi so I just added a couple more radishes. Preparation time is approximate.I poured the cooled portion of the dressing into a measuring cup to make it easier to pour over the veggies.A great make-ahead recipe too.

    Recipe #188018

    Easy to make rich and decadent mocha fondue or dip using chocolate chips. You can use instant coffee dissolved in hot water for the brewed coffee if you like. Fresh fruit and chunks of cake make great dippers. Prepare the apple and banana chunks just before serving, and dip them in lemon juice to prevent browning.

    Recipe #187087

    Simple to make and good for you oatmeal raisin muffins from a magazine clipping in my files. Only 297 calories per muffin. You can omit the nuts and use one cup of raisins if you like. Instead of preparing the muffin pans with cooking spray, I use recipe #78579 #78579 here at zaar to grease my baking pans. Works for all kinds of baking and other cooking pans, and keeps for a long time in the refrigerator. An ice cream scoop with a release lever is helpful to portion out the batter into the muffin cups.

    Recipe #185112

    For perogy lovers everywhere. An easy to make meal with frozen Cheemo potato and cheddar cheese perogy, or your favorite kind of frozen perogy. A nice combination of bacon, onion, and tomatoes. Adjust the seasonings and quantity of garlic to taste. Garnish with grated Parmesan cheese or another favorite cheese if you like, and some sour cream.

    Recipe #183340

    A pie in a cookie sheet! Excellent company or pot luck recipe for mincemeat lovers everywhere. My family loves these squares at Thanksgiving and Christmas but they are good any time of the year. Good with a scoop of ice cream and some butterscotch sauce on top if you dare. Or a dollop of whipped cream is nice too.

    Recipe #182456

    A delicious carrot cake to feed a crowd. No pineapple in this one. Substitute raisins for the nuts if you like. Frost with Cream Cheese Frosting, recipe provided. Frosted cake can be frozen. You could also use caramel frosting, creamy pineapple frosting, or Recipe #126165, #126165. Another Taste of Home easy-to-make treasured recipe.

    Recipe #181203

    A nice combination of seasoned potatoes, green pepper, sweet onion, and pineapple chunks. This recipe calls for canned whole potatoes, drained. Substitute parboiled chunks of new potatoes (red or white with skins on) until barely tender, if you like. Fresh pineapple chunks would be great if available. Adjust seasonings to taste. You can mix up a batch of the seasoning mix and keep it on hand in an empty spice shaker bottle. Cook the kebabs on the barbecue in the summer or broil them in the oven in the cooler weather.

    Recipe #177709

    Easy to make recipe using vine-ripened tomatoes fresh from your garden, or purchased in the grocery store. I wanted to use the rosemary I am growing in my garden this year and found this recipe at the Crisco website. Kosher salt is good instead of table salt, and freshly ground pepper. A serrated grapefruit spoon is a handy tool to seed the tomatoes.

    Recipe #177707

    A tasty French salad dressing that never separates! This dressing won a prize. It keeps well for weeks in the refrigerator. And what a great hostess gift in a pretty glass jar with a label and the recipe handwritten on an index or recipe card. Add the dressing to a basket with some salad ingredients if you like. Add a few daisies, or other flowers from your garden to the basket for a nice presentation, just before leaving. Dampen the ends of the flower stems with cool water and wrap them in foil before placing them in the basket.

    Recipe #177703

    A tasty Kraft Canada recipe that cuts the fat in this rich and creamy classic recipe for a simple summer time dish. The combination of calorie-wise dressings in place of all mayonnaise provides all the flavor and creamy texture of the traditional salad. The 55 minutes includes refrigeration time. A great make-ahead because it can be refrigerated for up to 24 hours.

    Recipe #177272

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