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    Beautifully presented in fine New Orleans style, this recipe appeared in the Spring/99 issue of Gusto Magazine, compliments of executive chef Richard Benz, Upperline Restaurant, New Orleans. A crisp chablis would complement this dish and prepare your palate for a delicious dessert of Bananas Foster. I have prepared Seafood Gumbo - New Orleans Style, served it to appreciative guests, eager to also enjoy the above mentioned dessert. This recipe serves rather a large quantity and is therefore suitable for larger families, or "company's coming" meals. Note: While the recipe stipulates specific quantities of seafood items, there is no reason why chefs cannot increase the quantities... to thicken the sauce. For instance, additional shrimp; add squid if you like.... Okra will thicken the "sauce" also...

    Recipe #61044

    Ginger and lemon adds a distinctive flavour to lamb. This recipe can be transferred to any cut of lamb, or pork roast. A supermarket handout from the butcher shop featuring New Zealand Spring Lamb

    Recipe #60968

    Please be aware of the walnut ingredient; anyone with nut-allergies should eliminate this ingredient from the recipe. Lamb is one of my favourite meats to prepare. More lamb recipes are forthcoming. A good friend from Calgary emailed this recipe to me in 1999. (Source: Cold Weather Cooking, Sara Leah Chase) It is a keeper. Serve with Mint Salsa Verde - recipe also included in this post (Source: Nantucket Open House Cookbook, Sara Leah Chase)

    Recipe #60965

    A favourite recipe of mine from LCBO Food and Drink, Autumn 2000. The Madeira brings out the sweetness of the parsnips and complements the mildly flavoured veal. This recipe is easily reduced to make a meal for 2 or 4 people. Serve with a green vegetable or salad. Veal chops are usually large enough to consider one portion per person. With other accompaniments, this course is sensible and does not allow for discomfort from overeating. I served this recipe as a main course, Christmas dinner, and it was a welcome change from the traditional turkey, ham, etc. The first two courses were lime sorbet and a sherried beef broth with sauteed scallion stems. Dessert was a mixture of berries and flavoured whipped cream followed by a tray of mixed cheeses. Selected wines could be a fine old Madeira; Valpolicella; or your favourite Chardonnay.

    Recipe #60591

    Easy seafood dinner with pasta. Spaghetti, Linguini, Spaghettini, any other long pasta is lovely with this recipe. Serve with a chilled, crisp, semi-dry Reisling style from Vineland Estates VQA; perfect with seafood or chicken dishes. A nice Reif Estate Vidal VQA with its peach flavour and hints of tropical fruit and a refreshing lemony crispness make this wine an easy sipper. Excellent with any seafood salad as well. I have served this recipe with suggested wines to guests; of course I doubled the recipe for "More Please" requests. It is a hit. Serve with a salad of Romaine, Escarole, Endive, with a simple Olive Oil and Balsamic vinegar dressing

    Recipe #60447

    A fresh, spring dinner, utilizing some of my favourite seasonings. The combination of Dijon Mustard, chervil, tarragon, rosemary and chives blends beautifully. Serve with either baked potatoe, baked yam,your favourite rice, or just roasted vegetables. Suggested wines from the Niagara Peninsula - Konzelmann Pinot Blanc VQA is light, off-dry with a fresh, zesty fruity flavour of pear and tangerine. It is beautifully paired with spicy Asian dishes, shellfish and seasoned white meat. Or if you prefer, a Peninsula Ridge Chardonnay VQA with its French oak aging, this wine displays a balance between mature fruity acidity and rounded flavours of vanilla and butterscotch. Perfect with Chicken.

    Recipe #60444

    Ideal for Sprintime Gatherings. The cherry flavours of "Strewn Two Vines Merlot" wine come alive when matched with this mouth-watering recipe. (Strewn Two Vines Merlot VQA is a combination of Cabernet Sauvignon, Cabernet Franc and Merlot has ripe plum and cherry aromas. This smooth and flavourful Ontario VQA wine is best with beef, pork and game.I have prepared and served this recipe on several occasions for ourselves and guests. The rhubard is a wonderful, slightly tart flavour, no need for apple sauce, and compliments the flavours and aroma of the selected wine. (a recipe from LCBO handout advertising Ontario Wines)

    Recipe #60442

    Lamb is the meat of Australia. Rack of lamb is one of the easiest cuts to deal with, low in fat and high in flavour. Loin chops could be substituted. Serve with roasted Rosemary potatoes, oven roasted mixed vegetables. Ideal wines for this lamb: Jamieson's Run Coonawarra Cabernet Shiraz Merlot or Wolf Blass Premium Selection Shiraz both Australian. The lamb recipe is an Australian Recipe from(LCBO Food and Drink

    Recipe #58297

    Caution: Recipe calls for almonds; persons with nuts intolerance should exclude this ingredient entirely from the recipe. Chicken is tender; sauce can be poured over Sweet potato, rice, or orzo accompaniment. Serve with salad and/or other vegetables. Sauce is excellent over sweet potatoe or carrots; however this creates a very high sugar content; not suitable for diabetic diets. Persons with diabetes should not pour this sauce over their vegetables.

    Recipe #58278

    A quick and easy snack recipe, from the SPLENDA company; suitable for any diets requiring reduced sugar; Diabetic diets particularly.

    Recipe #58275

    Yield 15 servings Diabetic recipe from the SPLENDA company. Nutritional Information, per serving: Energy: 151 calories; Protein: 3.5 g; Fat: 8.1 g; Carbohydrates: 15.9g. Per serving with glaze: Energy: 167 calories; Protein: 3.5 g; Carbohydrates: 20.0 g. Preparation time does not include 45 minutes cooling.

    Recipe #58273

    Recipe works well with either pink or red salmon fillets. Recipe developed by myself while experimenting with combinations of liquid flavours and herbs. My preference is fillets rather than salmon steaks; however, both cuts of salmon work well in this recipe. Preparation time does not include marinating time. Ingredient variations include: ginger, cilantro, chopped parsley, teriyaki sauce, balsamic vinegar

    Recipe #58178

    Recipe source: Great American Recipes.

    Recipe #58126

    This is a very easy way to give the bland potato a lot of new flavour. The light coating of butter and cheese given the potatoes a crisp outside. This recipe can also be microwaved. See Microwave Sliced Baked Potatoes.

    Recipe #58121

    Everybody likes chocolate. Recipe from an unknown source; one from my mother's collection of millions of recipes.

    Recipe #58101

    A wonderful combination of Prince Edward Island Potatoes and stewed tomatoes. Leftover potatoes can be used, or microwave your potatoes and then peel and slice.

    Recipe #58096

    A very old recipe from "The Art of Seasoning" an interesting little booklet outlining the origin and history of Tabasco Pepper Sauce. Tabasco Sauce was named after an Indian word meaning "land where the soil is humid." This aptly describes the small area where the peppers grow best. Since 1868, this word, TABASCO, has been used as the exclusive trademark for the pepper sauce made by the McIlhenny Company, registered in the United States patent office and in the patent offices of most foreign countries.

    Recipe #58094

    Store batter in the refrigerator for up to six weeks. You can bake a fresh supply every day, if you like. Origin of recipe unknown; it was given to me by a friend many years ago. Very high sugar content (ie white sugar, brown sugar, molasses, raisins). I would caution persons with diabetes to monitor their glucose levels very carefully. Maximum enjoyment for diabetics = 1/4 muffin at a sitting.

    Recipe #58087

    Angel cake is low in fat and just right as a finale to a feast. Topping the plain cake with berries marinated in liqueur adds zing without adding fat. A recipe from Healthy Eating.

    Recipe #57997

    This soup is so good, even carrot haters will enjoy it. It is easy to prepare and can be made a day ahead. The finished soup is so thick, use additional stock rather than water to thin. You do not want to dilute the great flavour. A recipe from "Healthy Eating" in the "Home Digest", Spring 2002.

    Recipe #57995

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