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    Alice Pike was my maternal Grandmother. When my mother was a child her mother managed 2 employee's lunch counters, first in a cotton mill in St. John, New Brunswick and then in Eaton's in St. Catharines, Ontario. In both places Alice Pike's brownies were famous favourites and always sold out. In St. Catharines Eaton's employees were often asked by the Kresge's employees (from across the road) to buy brownies for them, which were only available on Fridays. She always turned down the endless offers to sell them by the dozen as she could always make more money selling them individually. She was a smart cookie! Well, now you can make as many as you like! They are moist and super chocolaty!

    Recipe #62703

    This is an old stand-by in our house. It is so simple to make and everyone loves it. The glorious end result makes you look like a cooking star. I found the recipe years ago in my SIL's Harrowsmith cookbook.

    Recipe #65362

    This recipe is from the La Leche League International Cookbook. I always have this in the frige for whipping up fabulous biscuits. Look for recipes to use this mix by searching for "LLL Baking Mix". If your concerned about a milk allergy leave out the milk powder. Recipe may be doubled.

    Recipe #65193

    This recipe started as a Lemon Glazed Scone recipe I found in a locally published recipe book, you know the kind sold as a money raiser with personal recipes from community members. Over the years I have adapted it many times. It has become the basic formula I use to make scones for tea with friends, family gatherings or on those mornings when I wake up and find we are out of bread and cereal. I add whatever I have in the cupboard or fridge. It has never let me down. I encourage you to substitute and add stuff. The basic formula is mix together the dry stuff, cut in the shortening, stir in any lumpy additions then mix in the wet stuff. Have fun with it!

    Recipe #381920

    This is from the La Leche League International Cookbook. When I am in a rush I just cut them into squares so I don't have to roll them out more than once. When the mood hits I will use whatever cookie cutters strike my fancy...my daughters love when I do that. I enjoy experimenting with adding different herbs, spices and spice mixes. Here's how I got my daughters to eat salmon salad sandwiches (once thought to be an impossible task!). I added Lemon Mrs. Dash and dry dill to the biscuit mix, then cut them out with an angel cookie cutter. I filled the cooked biscuits with a salmon and mayonnaise mixture and called them "Flying Pink Angel Sandwiches". They are now a favourite!

    Recipe #65195

    This has been a family favourite for several years. I found the recipe in my SIL's Harrowsmith cookbook. The substitutions in brackets are ones that I have found worked (I've never peeled and seeded a tomato in my life!). If you are like me and can't eat onions just leave them out. I have never made this with the onions and it is still a hit.

    Recipe #65365

    This recipe comes from the Slow cooker email group on yahoo. The perfect combination of tomatoes, beans and beef. So simple to throw together in the morning and wonderful to come home to.

    Recipe #254377

    This recipe is from the La Leche League International Cookbook. I love to whip up a batch in the morning with whatever fruit I've got around.

    Recipe #65199

    Cheesy, moist, simple. This is my go-to, tried-and-true, what the kids mean when they say "can you make mac and cheese?" mac and cheese recipe. From my old, beat up Joy of Cooking cookbook. For speed and ease I cook the white sauce in the microwave instead of on the stovetop. The original recipe calls for 1/2 minced onion, 1 bay leaf and 1/4 tsp paprika in the white sauce. Instead I add whatever herb or spices strike my fancy that day, usually a herb mix from Epicure Selections like Herb and Garlic, or Pesto, or just salt and pepper.

    Recipe #480867

    Easy in the crock pot or on the stove top and so yummy. Everyone loves this one. I have substituted stewing beef with great result.

    Recipe #254380

    A complete meal in 30 minutes. This has become one of our favourite meals. I have made this with fresh chicken as well as leftover meat. Victorian Epicure (VE) is a Canadian company that sells spice mixes with no MSG and all natural ingredients. Being intolerant of MSG it is my favorite supplier of dip mixes. NA.

    Recipe #366435

    I love recipes that allow me to bake out of the cupboard at those times when the fridge is empty. This is a dense, moist cake that came out of the war years because it is eggless, milkless and could be butterless. It is great topped with Recipe #3730. I have used other dried fruits to replace part of the raisins. Two years in a row I have brought this cake to a scrapbooking retreat and both times received requests for the recipe so I am posting it here. Prep time does not include cooling time.

    Recipe #215520

    This recipe is from the La Leche League International Cookbook. Nice and moist. I like to add some chopped apple.

    Recipe #65196

    A basic tomato sauce. I serve this sauce as is or add veggies and meat or use in lasagne, chicken parm, etc. The original [Spicy Tomato Sauce from the Harrowsmith Cookbook]. The original called for 2 onions chopped but since I can't eat them I have never used them.

    Recipe #254370


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