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    From my lovely "For the Breast of Friends" cookbook! Posted for ZWT #6....

    Recipe #425279

    This is from my trusty "For the Breast of Friends" Cookbook, where the profits go to Breast Cancer research. This is posted for ZWT #6!

    Recipe #425258

    This is from the Canadian Heart and Stroke Foundation's website - haven't tried it yet, but wanted to post it here as I really wanna try it! I've tried some of the others from the site, and they're all pretty healthy and good! I think they'd be great in a tortilla or pita with some diced tomato and cukes...

    Recipe #425245

    This is from the Canadian Heart and Stroke Foundation... I love Veggie Korma, so a reduced fat / sodium version, with an increased amount of protein sounded like a plan and a half!

    Recipe #425244

    This makes a big batch, but my Grammie would make half with the apple topping, half with the custard. It was totally a breakfast of choice when have sleepovers at Grandma and Grandpa's house! Freezes well, and totally makes me feel 7 again... My timing for the baking of the kuchen may not be accurate - my grandparents had a very old oven that they baked them in...

    Recipe #422853

    Don't know if the name is spelled right, but my great great grandparents brought the recipe over in their heads from "the old country". It's an Easter tradition and I love it - very mild and perfect Easter morning on some buttered toasted paska and baked ham... The food colouring is added because when the family moved off the farm, the yolks weren't as yellow, so it's just to keep it a pretty butter colour.

    Recipe #422846

    This is basically sauerkraut and noodles, but it's oh so fantastic... Compete and total comfort food. Not sure how close my measurements are as Grandma cooking is measured in handfuls and pinches... You can put more or less sauerkraut depending on how much you like it! By the way, the noodles cook pretty fast, so don't walk away!

    Recipe #422844

    This is from Canadian Living, and their show Best Recipes Ever and I gotta say... I love this Pad Thai! I use salted peanuts usually, as that's what I have... You can use Splenda in place of the sugar in the sauce.

    Recipe #422249

    There's an ice cream flavour called Tiger Tiger (black licorice and orange swirl) and from my days as a bartender, here's the cocktail it inspired! I usually used Grand Marnier and Sambuca but also subsituted Triple Sec and Ouzo... If it's black sambuca, add a little extra grenadine and it turns a lavender colour! Fun to garnish with an orange wedge and a piece of black licorice.

    Recipe #418426

    I got this recipe from a friend after I tried them at her place - they are so good... A nice twist on macaroons!

    Recipe #416768

    This is another soup that I came up with - it goes best with a grilled ham and cheese sandwich in my opinion! For the cream, I use either 18% or whipping cream - whichever I have on hand. I've used half and half, but it's not quite as good. Depending on the brand of tomatoes and juice, you may want to add a tbsp of sugar as some brands are a little bitter - I like it best with Unico brand or sealer ones I buy at the Farmer's Market. I've even made it just in an electric frying pan and it still turns out!

    Recipe #416447

    Friends were requesting cream of mushroom, so bought me a big brown bag-ful of them and this is what I came up with - it's very popular! Great with fresh bread and butter...

    Recipe #414474

    This is loosely based on a dessert I love, my mom ’s frozen peanut butter pie. Of course, I adore Haagen Dazs Mayan chocolate ice cream, too, so I thought I would try to combine the 2. You may not need the full half cup of butter for the crust, but I live at high altitude and its super dry, so I need it all!! The chocolate chips can be adjusted based on how chocolate-y you want it, but when it’s frozen, it is best to have the mini ones! I may say it serves 8, but my boyfriend thinks it should only serve 2… haha Cook Time is Freezing Time

    Recipe #413688

    Tastes like cheesecake and ice cream had a baby... from Eagle Brand condensed milk. Yummy. I've added lemon zest and a little sugar if the raspberries are a little tart. The cooking time is the time to freeze.

    Recipe #411741

    Also from City Palate, a local bi-monthly foodie magazine. Made this to give away with Xmas baskets instead of the usual date square... yummy... for the base, you can use a combination of all purpose white and whole wheat flour!

    Recipe #403928

    This is from our local foodie magazine, City Palate... Made it for Xmas and it was amazing. Any recipes I've ever tried out of this magazine have been incredible (the contributors are mostly big chefs around town)

    Recipe #403727

    This is from a bi-monthly foodie magazine published in town and this was from the head chef at an amazing restaurant in Calgary called Brava Bistro. So decadent and delicious! Good, because you can prepare the mushrooms and the cream ahead of time and then just assemble quickly when your guest are there!

    Recipe #403709

    I was craving poppers but didn't want super greasy bacon or high carb breading so I invented these... Sometimes instead of the garlic powder and seasoning salt, I use 2 tsp of a product called Johnny's Garlic Spread Seasoning which is just awesome - I buy it at Costco here in Canada. The number of jalapenos varies depending on the size you get and how much spread you put inside each half! Tried it with fat-free cream cheese and it just didn't have a good texture. Have also used shredded taco cheese blend right out of the freezer instead of plain cheddar!

    Recipe #401618

    From Company's Coming - made it for dinner tonight and I loved it, especially since it didn't have any canned soup in it like many similar ones. The only change I made from the original is that I prefer black beans to kidney beans and I added more cumin and chili powder than this states as I like it spicier.

    Recipe #400050

    Racahel Ray taught this recipe to Christian Slater and served it over papardelle noodles. Looked so good, I made it that night! Only thing is I used proscuitto instead of the pancetta as my local butcher didn't have any! I served it over spaghetti squash... I also used some asiago cheese...

    Recipe #393906

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