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    Select a cantaloupe that is not too ripe for this simple recipe. Serve with grilled mixed, vegetables; mixed greens salad; Greek salad; Endive salad; etc. Outdoor cookout favourite. Preparation time includes 2 hrs. time for marinating in refrigerator and 30 minutes to bring kabobs to room temperature. Great recipe to prepare and take-along to a picnic and cook on your portable grill, or grills provided at picnic sites. (If you use grill at picnic site, cover the grate with foil, pierce the foil to allow juices to flow through.) A recipe from meat counter, supermarket handout.

    Recipe #62256

    Boneless loins are sold with the silver skin removed. If you happen to have some with this skin on, merely trim off with a sharp knife before marinating. To grill only 4 loins for fewer people, reduce the marinade ingredients by half. Hoisin sauce and rice vinegar are available in most supermarkets, or speciality shops. Prep. time includes marinating time in refrigerator. Calculate less time if marinating at room temperature. Cook-time includes stand-time. Serve with grilled vegetables and a plain salad with balsamic vinegar and extra-virgin olive oil dressing. Makes a welcome barbeque supper.

    Recipe #62252

    Pancetta is a mild, Italian bacon. If not available where you shop, use thin slices of regular bacon. I like this recipe because you can make ahead and keep for up to 2 days. From Chatelaine Magazine.

    Recipe #62167

    Creamy cheese (Stilton, Blue Cheese, or Goat Cheese) mashed and mixed well with fresh green onion makes a fast, full of flavour, stuffing for lean pork tenderloin. Fast dinner for two, or three. I increased the recipe, logically, for a dinner party for six. Recipe from April 2003 issue of Chatelaine Magazine.

    Recipe #62163

    Dalton Babb's Cooking The Caribbean Way. This CooKoo dish is an accompaniment to Babb's Special Fish from Barbados. The combination of the special fish recipe and this CooKoo is the Typical Barbados Saturday Night Supper.

    Recipe #61903

    A nice tangy, sweet simple sauce; also delicious on vanilla ice cream or fruit sorbets. Stores up to two days in the refrigerator. Total cook time includes minimum 1 hour chilling. Nut Warning: Pistachios are used in this recipe; if you have a nut intolerance, please eliminate this ingredient. (A desserts feature in Organic Style Magazine May/June 2003 issue)

    Recipe #61901

    Clafouti is a French dessert, half pudding and half cake; very easy to prepare. Fresh cherries are the classic filling; however, if these are not available, use canned tart cherries, (not pie filling), figs, prunes, or halved dried apricots. Nut Warning - Almonds and Almond extract. Eliminate these ingredients from the recipe if your have an intolerance to nuts.

    Recipe #61900

    May/June issue of Organic Style Magazine features three beautiful fresh berry desserts, including this Blueberry Fool. (A fool is an English dessert that is made of sweetened, crushed fruit, folded into whipped cream.) I don't know why it is called "Fool". Fresh berries are my passion, as a dessert, after a "meat" main course. Berries are light, refreshing and aid digestion. Some people do not fancy having fruit with a meat course, but will appreciate fruit desserts. Your guests will love you for it. The Cook Time of 3 hours, 10 minutes, includes 3 hours, minimum chilling.

    Recipe #61899

    Simple, rainy-day menu. Very quick, yet nourishing. Serve with baked potato and your favourite steamed veggies.

    Recipe #61654

    A fast, easy, cookout favourite. Serve with grilled potato and veggie kabob, and Mexican cornbread, or tortillas.

    Recipe #61653

    I was introduced to catfish while on a driving holiday through Arkansas and Missouri and quickly developed a taste for this thick-meaty fish. It is so versatile and forgiving you can cook it virtually any way you wish. Be aware of the nutmeg in the recipe - intolerance to nut products should be considered prior to preparation.

    Recipe #61652

    Caution: This recipe includes Almonds; anyone with a nut intolerance should eliminate this product entirely from the recipe. Farm-raised catfish is reported to be naturally low in overall fat and high in protein. Suggested serving with a plain green salad, (olive oil and balsamic vinegar dressing); steamed corn on the cob. A lovely, thick-meat fish, enjoyed frequently by our household. A recipe brochure by DELTA PRIDE, picked up at the supermarket, added to my files and referenced frequently for quick cooking meals.

    Recipe #61651

    An easy-to-make, dessert, impressive presentation. Makes a nice brunch addition. Recipe donated by Foodland Ontario.

    Recipe #61469

    Chicken is every kitchen-staple and this recipe adds variety and flavour to cooking this popular meat. Deliciously served with assorted salads, mixed lettuce leaves or a mesculin mixture lightly coated with an extra virgin olive oil, balsamic vinegar and sun dried tomato dressing. To complement, you may wish to prepare a drizzled herbed/olive oil and ricotta foccacia. Basic recipe from "Classic Essential Roasts, Hawthorne Press" and accompaniments from my own kitchen.

    Recipe #61303

    Everybody loves a good cut of roast beef (vegetarians excluded). Work out the cooking time based on 15-20 minutes per lb. of meat. This will achieve a roast that is well done on the outside and rare inside. Cooking times will vary according to your personal preference. Serve with mashed potatoes and roasted veggies. Don't forget wines from your favourite vintner. Another favourite from Classic Essential Roasts, Hawthorne Press.

    Recipe #61295

    Ask your butcher to shape the crown roast and tie it with string. Wrap foil around the tops of the cutlet bones to prevent them from burning. Any excess stuffing can be moistened with a little apple juice, rolled in greased foil and baked with the lamb. Cook this dish just before serving. Serve with roasted vegetables and your favourite Sauvignon Blanc or Cabernet Merlot. One of my favourite meats to cook; my recipe library includes many variations in the preparation and presentation of lamb and this recipe is just one I am pleased to share. From Classic Essential Roasts by the Hawthorn Press.

    Recipe #61292

    Small birds, such a baby chickens, or cornish hens can be served one per person. Poulty lovers will delight in this very simple recipe. Ideal for the working family with little time for meal preparation. Serve with (wild) rice pilaf or roasted parisienne potatoes, steamed baby green beans,or steamed snow peas. Accompanied by chilled Chardonnay, your taste buds will thank you, and your dinner guests will think you are a genius. One of my favourite series of cook booklets (Classic Essential Roasts) available in Sydney, Australia, London, Vancouver and New York. produced by the Hawthorne Press.

    Recipe #61221

    Most supermarkets do offer boneless butterflied lamb leg for sale. It is usually already tied; you will have to remove the string and retie this recipe with your own string. Preparation for this cut has more steps than usual, but well worth it. The juices from leeks, garlic and herbs seep into the incisions and infuse the meat with a wonderful exotic flavour. Topped with pan gravy, your meal will have guests coming back for seconds. Serve with your favourite vegetables, potatoe or rice. The smooth taste of a Cabernet Shiraz or a crisp Chablis enhances the flavour of herbs in lamb. One of my favourite lamb recipes. Again, a supermarket handout recipe from the butcher shop provided by the promoters of New Zealand Spring Lamb.

    Recipe #61203

    Recipe from Spring/99 issue of Gusto Magazine, donated by Daniel et Daniel Catering, Toronto. I prepared this dish for a "Caribbean Theme", birthday barbecue for 20 guests, by adjusting the recipe, times 5. It worked very well, and was a popular dish. Because the recipe was increased, times five, it had to be cooked in two batches, using two skillets at a time, on the barbecue. Flambe on a barbecue presents a small challenge but it can be done. There were no leftovers

    Recipe #61100

    A beautiful finale to cool your palate after enjoying a generous serving of SEAFOOD GUMBO-NEW ORLEANS STYLE. The Bananas Foster recipe appeared in Spring/99 issue of Gusto Manazine, compliments of Brennan's Restaurant, New Orleans. Double recipe to serve 8-10 persons.

    Recipe #61048

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