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    Like many family recipes, this one was created out of the need to stretch ingredients. One day when there was just a little chicken, and even less ground beef in the house, an old Aunt of mine decreed that the two should be cooked together to make a meal large enough for the whole family. The result was a wonderfully tasty dish that smelled just like Sunday dinner, but it wasn't, because on Sundays we always made sure to have enough of either chicken or meat. This is one of my absolute favorite ways to cook chicken. I hope that you enjoy it as well.

    Recipe #103948

    This is my good friend Debbie's molasses cookie recipe. They are wonderful, soft and puffy. Perfect fresh out of the oven with a nice cold glass of milk! I am guessing at the times and servings!

    Recipe #103839

    This has a delicious sweet-tart flavour that is great with grilled or roasted meats, especially pork. Also a salad of spicy greens (rocket, etc.) and rich blue cheeses topped with this vinaigrette is downright exciting! Try it with Pork tenderloin, pounded thin, lightly breaded and browned for a special treat!

    Recipe #103739

    This is the ultimate autumn dessert. A delightful combination, it never fails to please. I have also used dried cranberries instead of the cherries with great success. Cook time includes setting time after baking.

    Recipe #103635

    This is a great scone recipe, and it works even without the butterscotch chips. One cup of dried berries, chocolate chips, shredded coconut, or dried cherries can be substituted if you wish.

    Recipe #103438

    Frozen peas become a delicious side dish in just 15 minutes, and you don't even have to thaw them!

    Recipe #103339

    In these charlottes, pieces of buttered Challah bread are transformed into delicate containers for a cherry and chocolate filling. You might wonder why you need to freeze the chocolate filling before baking them. The coldness prevents the chocolate from overcooking in the oven.

    Recipe #103240

    The turkish name for this rustic dessert is Serov Hatsi Kadaif. Beautiful breads are not just for sandwiches, this recipe turns a plain fresh loaf into a sweet finale. Don't let the simplicity of this fool you, it is delicious.

    Recipe #103132

    Stuffed eggs get a kick of cumin and a sprinkling of chives!

    Recipe #103131

    A coat of flour and seasonings before roasting is one reason this ham is so delicious. We always do a ham as well as a turkey for Christmas dinner and this is the way we do it.

    Recipe #102940

    This was always my father's favorite flavour of ice cream, and there is nothing tastier or better than fresh homemade icecream. This goes great with large wedges of apple walnut pie,a nd if you are feeling really decadent, butterscotch sauce poured over all.

    Recipe #102839

    This fresh made lemon curd is delicious and I use it alot. Any leftover is delicious spread on bread, scones, or muffins, or for a special treat, spread between thin ginger cookies and top with whipped cream. Lemon curd keeps, covered and chilled, 1 week.

    Recipe #102736

    Trompe l'oeil at the table: Is it a flower, or is it dessert? Crunchy shortbread tartlets polka-dotted with poppy seeds with a creamy lemon center, and a floral arrangement of cream on top. Poppy seeds have a tendancy to go rancid quickly, so be sure to use a fresh jar (and refrigerate or freeze them afterwards).

    Recipe #102550

    When life hands you lemons, make lemon pound cake! Moist on the inside and striped with a sweet glaze, yummmm...

    Recipe #102444

    Don't let the title fool you into thinking this is a complicated dessert. Scoops of lemon flavoured mousse balance here on wings of Indian-spiced phyllo dough. This recipe makes more phyllo crisps than you'll need, but they can replace any that may break along the way and are delicious on their own. For the lemon curd you can use your own recipe,my recipe, storebought curd, or any other recipe you prefer.

    Recipe #102445

    This is a great autumn dish. The aromatic sauce of maple, sage and mustard creates a unique seasonal treatment for pork. Consider sauteing some apple slices in butter, maybe with a pinch of sage as well, to serve along side.

    Recipe #102261

    Just a look at these muffins is heaven. A sweet cake worthy of afternoon tea or even a glamorous after dinner pudding. The sliced Mars Bars on top did it for me...sigh...

    Recipe #102069

    If you like maltesers (malted milk balls to you Americans out there) you will love these muffins!

    Recipe #101976

    This is a truly special dinner entree. A bit labor intensive to start off with, but once you have the glaze and cherry sauce done the rest of the preparation goes together like a dream, and the taste is out of this world. If you really have some special guests you want to impress, then this is the perfect choice. I accompany mine with sea salt roasted baby potatoes and green beans.

    Recipe #101878

    This buttery textured parfait of tuna and salmon makes a refreshing starter for any special meal. The savory pearls of caviar topped with a sliver of creme fraiche combine elegantly with the piquant flavoured fish. It goes together very easily and the end result is very impressive and tasty! If you can't get mustard oil in your area, a good substitute is 2 TBS olive oil mixed with 1/2 TBS dry mustard powder. Cook time is chill time.

    Recipe #101690

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