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    A popular "cut an come again" cake that is particularly delicious when served lightly toasted and spread with butter (and jam in this house! Yumm!!)

    Recipe #387957

    Traditional little cakes which are very popular throughout Wales, these were originally cooked on a bakestone and often served to travellers upon their arrival at one of their many Welsh Inns. I first tasted them in Northern Wales when we lived in Chester and this was the recipe given to me for them at the tea room where we first were treated to them, in Llangollen, (prounounced Clangocklin.) Situated at the side of the river which runs through the centre of the town we spent a lovely few hours there one sunny afternoon.

    Recipe #387871

    ------These delightful little tarts are full of delicious apricot flavour with an underlying hint of spice and orange flavour. Topped with roasted almonds they bake up beautifully. The chocolate drizzle is their crowning glory! Perfect for brunch or afternoon tea. --------

    Recipe #211528

    We North Americans are nuts about Peanut Butter! It’s one of our favourite things and we use it to flavour cookies, pies, cakes and even savoury dishes…and we absolutely love Peanut Butter and Jam together. In fact, in the grocery stores, you can get jars of the two swirled together already. I forget what it’s called though. My husband thinks it’s a crazy combination and you would never get him to eat a Peanut Butter and jam sandwich…but he sure gobbles up these cookies!

    Recipe #208011

    This just may be the best, most delicious banana cake you will ever chance to eat! In other words….this is to die for….full of scrumptiously moist pieces of banana, pecan nuts and chocolate chunks with delicate undertones of spice…all topped with a decadent caramel glaze which soaks into the cake creating the most heavenly experience ever found in a cake…

    Recipe #208010

    I wish I had a pound for every time I have made brownies in my life and for every new brownie recipe I have tried! I’d be a rich woman! This is my old standard that I return to every time. Moist and delicious with full on chocolate flavour, these are everything a good brownie should be! You can leave the nuts out if you wish. If you want you can add chocolate chips instead. They then become double chocolate fudge brownies!

    Recipe #205641

    I found this recipe in an old issue of Gourmet. It was in a Diamond Walnut advertisement. I haven't made it yet, but wanted to save it here.

    Recipe #205640

    I had all these vegetables and meat hanging around after Christmas and was trying to come up with a delicious way to use them up and not make it seem like we were eating leftovers. I think I came up with a very delicious way of doing it! Technically I guess you can’t really call this a shepherd’s pie as there hasn’t been a shepherd of a sheep within fifty yards of it, but my oh my, it’s sure some good!

    Recipe #202211

    I got this new cookbook yesterday "Baking, From My House to Yours" by Dorrie Greenspan. It's chock full of lovely recipes. I made this last night and it's wonderfully rich with just a hint of lemon flavour. My husband really enjoyed it and so did I!

    Recipe #202192

    I discovered this dish when I first moved over here to England. I had never heard of or eaten it before, although I had eaten sausages and Yorkshire pudding, just not together. The combination of the two is, well…heavenly! Don’t forget the mash and onion gravy! Cumberland sausage is my sausage of choice as it has a nice spicy flavour that goes well with the batter.

    Recipe #201057

    This is comfort food at its very best. Lovely, meaty, orange fleshed sweet potatoes combined with beautiful, earthy, cauliflower florets, all encased in a rich cheese sauce, crusty bits of grilled cheese gilding the top--what’s not to like!

    Recipe #200394

    This recipe has been a longstanding family favorite. You don’t have to use chicken, you can use turkey as well, and let me tell you if I didn’t make these at least once with some of the leftover turkey at Christmastime, there was a very upset family! These were always a Christmas leftover MUST DO.

    Recipe #200299

    Ok, this dessert is to die for, no kidding. Moist and sweet, full of sticky dates and lots of caramel flavour. The toffee sauce is it’s crowning glory. DO please make it, but if you want you can just serve it warm with some cold vanilla ice cream melting over the top. (Make the sauce though….you won’t be sorry you did!)

    Recipe #199973

    This delicious version of soup makes a meal. We like to have it with a hot and crusty loaf of French Bread. I like to garnish it with buttery toasted homemade croutons for an extra special touch.

    Recipe #199245

    This is a tasty supper omelet that I got from one of my newest cookbooks "Barefoot Contessa At Home". Todd and I love this. In the book she suggests serving it for breakfast, but we do it for supper. Served with a nice green salad, it fits the bill perfectly!

    Recipe #198698

    This is a recipe I got from my ex mother in law. Originally it called for Minute Rice, which is a de-hydrated rice product you can buy in North America. Of course it’s not available here so I have adapted it to use rice you can get here. It was a rather plain recipe when she gave it to me, although very tasty….but not being able to leave well enough alone I added my own twists to it. It really is delicious. We could eat just a big plate of this for supper without anything else! It should be called everything but the kitchen sink fried rice!

    Recipe #198127

    This is roast chicken and potatoes at it’s most wonderful! The flavours of lemon and garlic bring out the very best of the flavour of the chicken without overpowering it. Simple really is best sometimes….

    Recipe #195531

    A favourite dessert of many. This makes good use of stale bread. Who knew that with such simple ingredients as bread, apples, butter, sugar…..you could make something so delicious and magnificent! It’s magic! When rhubarb replaces the apples, it is known as Blushing Betty! Another example of North American Colonial thrift!

    Recipe #195493

    At summer’s end when I was growing up we all headed to the woods and fields surrounding our home, ice cream buckets held aloft, to pick the proliferation of wild blueberries that grew there in abundance. This was one of our favourite things to make with them.

    Recipe #194911

    This is my version of a tasty savoury bread type of pudding I found in an old cookbook of mine. The original used Caerphilly cheese and dry mustard powder. I adapted it to use two kinds of cheddar cheese and grainy mustard. It’s a good way of using up stale bread. If you don’t have any leeks you can use thinly sliced onions instead.

    Recipe #194822

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