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    Wonderful on cold nights. I also make this dish on the stove top, simmering for about 1 hour. I like to add 1-1 1/2 cup chicken broth to make it a bit more liquidy.

    Recipe #399709

    Ceviche is a non-cook prep method, letting the fish marinate and cook in citrus juices. The original recipe calls for Hamachi - also know as Amberjack - but this fish is not recognized by food.com. If you find it, use 1/2 cup of each type of fish. The ceviche needs to marinate for 1 hour so please plan ahead. Time for marinating is included in prep time.

    Recipe #457991

    A sure hit for any gathering. Great as an appetizer and can be made ahead. The dressing makes the difference.

    Recipe #314844

    This is a traditional Danish recipe often used as part of a wedding reception menu. The recipe originally called for whipping cream but I prefer the lighter version using 5% coffee cream. The mini meatballs take a bit of time to prepare, but you will be happy you did! Below is the lighter version including ground turkey in the meatballs, but if needed 50/50 of beef and pork will work well.

    Recipe #314834

    This is another recipe from Toronto Star. The original recipe called for chicken wings and with the skin left on. We believe however after we made it with the skin on that it would be better with the skin off. You can do it either way and let me know what you prefer.The flavour of the parmesan comes thru very nicely.

    Recipe #416421

    This is a wonderful sweet loaf and a great way to use up those brown mushy bananas. From Canadian Living. Can be frozen for up to 2 weeks

    Recipe #397754

    A neat trick to place the bacon strips in the husk!.Make sure to buy corn with the husk still attached. From the cook book 'Ben's Barbeque'. When we cooked this recipe the bacon did not get crip, more steamed from the corn. The corn had a delicious smoky flavour.

    Recipe #457032

    This is a very good basic and simple recipe for the traditional sugar cookie. The dough is very easy to work with and just perfect for cookie cutting and decorating. Number of cookies depend on the cut out sizes, so the 25 cookie estimate is very approx. 1 hour cooling time is not included in prep time

    Recipe #395487

    This yummy rosti version contains bacon and onions. Potatoes are best if cooked the day before.

    Recipe #457496

    An easy, but fancy looking :-) appetizer that will impress. Can be made ahead. Use as finger food or serve as a 1st course during a dinner party. Can be served hot or cold. I like flank steak because the slices tend to be longer and are easier to work with. Aside from flank steak being my favourite steak...

    Recipe #315385

    There are many, many kinds of rosti recipes and they can be made from raw potatoes, cooked potatoes and with or with meat and cheese. Very versatile dish. The potatoes are best if cooked the day before.

    Recipe #457495

    We have a lovely lady at my workplace that spoils us rotten. She will make cookies in our kitchen and come around with these little treats mid mornings. She makes the cookies with margarine - the recipe calls for butter. The recipe also called for 1/2 cup walnuts in the last step which I have omitted.

    Recipe #420427

    Swiss breakfast or really is eaten as a snack any time of day in Switzerland. The recipe is from the Atlantis Hotel in Zurich and noted on Graham Tinsley's website - he trained at the hotel. The recipe contains fresh fruit, berries and nuts which are laced with whipping cream. All the ingredients are left to stand overnight to allow the ingredients to release their flavours. The whipping cream can be substituted by natural yogurt. Caster sugar is very fine sugar - you can either whirl granulated sugar in a food processor or just add granulated sugar if you don't mind a bit of sugar crunch. I am not sure exactly how many this serves since the recipe did not list servings.

    Recipe #457494

    From Best Recipes Ever.

    Recipe #507989

    A quick and healthy breakfast

    Recipe #409972

    This recipe is from one of my favorite cooking shows - Best Recipes Ever. If you prefer you could use ground turkey instead of ground beef. The longer you slow simmer this sauce the better. I used ground turkey and could not detect the difference. I also cut the crushed and diced tomatoes back by 50%, as I thought it would otherwise be too 'tomatoye'

    Recipe #507128

    Every child and adult in Denmark have fond memories of sitting around the bonfire on June 23rd when we celebrate Midsummer Sankt Hans. Most often we will make 'snobroed' which basically means 'wound bread'. You find sticks (great task for kids) long enough that you can sit at a safe distance and bake the bread over the fire. The bread dough is wound around the stick and will bake in approx 15 min. The key and often competition is who can bake the best bread without it getting burn marks. Hint - the coal and not the flames works best. It takes patience, but is so much fun and the banter will be flying. I have arranged this for friends and our kids during camping trips and it is now a MUST tradition and a great fuss free way of cooking dinner/snacks. See the recipe below for addtional tips on how to cook with hot dogs, ham etc. If camping you can make the dough ahead of time and place in a big zip lock bag, break the dough off directly in the bag and with floured hands roll out and onto the sticks.

    Recipe #427747

    Really yummy. From Cooking Light. In the recipe below I have increased the baking time from the original recipe by 15 min. You should check the cake while cooking to find the best time of cooking for your oven.

    Recipe #368909

    This recipe is from Loblaws; they make it at the deli and it was featured in Toronto Star. Makes 4 large, or 8 small servings. You will need at least 1 hour for letting chicken marinate, included in prep time

    Recipe #490873

    This recipe is from LCBO's Food & Drink Fall 2010 magazine. I had the cake at a dinner party last night and it was just delectable! Perfect for Fall. Use tart apples like Northern Spy, Empire or Spartans. The cake is best when served while still warm.

    Recipe #438651

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