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    This receipe comes from the cookbook 'Salsa Cooking' which is an amazing cookbook. The salsa is as close to the real thing as I have tried outside of Mexico. This salsa is also the base for the Recipe #362332 The receipe calls for grilled tomatoes but I prefer fresh, cored tomatoes instead. I agree with Katzen's review about adding oil, if you are using recipe as a regular salsa there is no need to add oil. If using for the soup you do need the oil You can spice up the salsa by leaving some of the jalapeno seeds in

    Recipe #362382

    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

    Who would have thought? A GUILT FREE Hollandaise Sauce that does not compromise on flavour!!! This is our go-to recipe and we find it better than the sauces filled with butter. Sauce can be made in advance and refrigerated for up to 1 week. From 'Smart Cooking' byAnne Lindsay.

    Recipe #368990

    I am not taking much credit for this recipe; I combined two awesome recipes Recipe #261072 and Recipe #165801 to make my favorite version. I am posting for safe keeping. I cannot get over thaT 4 eggs can stretch this far. It works as a wonderful hearthy lunch or a lighter dinner served with a salad UPDATE - the butter in this recipe is really not necessary, I have made it without and didn't miss it at all.

    Recipe #381438

    This Guacamole is quite amazing; easy, yummy and with no additional fat other than the avocado. No need to spend a lot of time chopping the ingredients as the blender will do the job anyway. The key is to add salt and lime juice 'to taste'; a bit more salt makes all the difference to bring out the avocado's flavour. Regular onion will work instead of red onion. It's best to use rubber gloves when working with hot peppers.

    Recipe #314831

    This potato dish is devine and addictive. Pure comfort food. It is my mother-in-law's recipe and just eye-roll-back delicious.

    Recipe #375531

    Flavourful and moist chicken breast goes really well with rice and a salad for a healthy meal.

    Recipe #362347

    I am saving this one for our next camping trip, but this is also a great recipe for a quick, filling breakfast or light lunch. This recipe is very versatile and you can add any herb or vegetable to the eggs or as a topping. Suggestion -green onions, hot sauce, tomatoes etc UPDATE: We made this recipe for breakfast while camping this summer and it was just amazing.

    Recipe #408755

    This receipe is simple, yeast, water, flour and salt. The key to the crustiness is to brush the bread with water just before it is placed in the oven. I brush the baguette lightly with salted butter just after baking; it adds a little something

    Recipe #362338

    I got the recipe from Canadian Living and it is a really nice rice with a subtle flavour. If you want more flavour you could add green salsa or hot peppers. The rice is meant to be served as a side to those dishes you don't want to have overpowered by the side. Quick and simple.

    Recipe #399656

    These cup cakes are little bites of heaven. Moist and super delicious. From 'Kitchen for Kids' they are great to bake along side little ones.

    Recipe #383625

    I am posting it here for safe keeping and will be making before long. It looks absolutely delicious. It is a traditional Ramadan Soup. UPDATE - I have now made the soup and love it; I made it with red lentils which worked fine.

    Recipe #395399

    My daughters (8 and 6 years) have been experimenting with different smoothies and this is their favorite 'potion'. Any fruit can be used in place of the strawberries. The flaxseed meal adds a nice crunch and is also a great substitute for fish in the daily diet as it carries same benefits. It is tasteless and can be added to many different kinds of foods (cereal, yoghurt, smoothies, meat sauces etc)

    Recipe #318783

    This is a wonderful couscous that can stand alone or will compliment a Middle Eastern inspired main dish. You can use less oil if you prefer. UPDATE: Based on some of the reviews I have increased the stock from 2 cups to 2.5 cups and I have increased the servings to 8 instead of 6. The quantity of herbs should be somewhat according to how much you like and which kind of herbs (strong/mild flavour) you are adding.

    Recipe #428285

    This bread is quick to whip up and perfect along with soups and stews for the colder nights. From Canadian Living. If you do not have buttermilk on hand - simply take 3/4 cup milk and add 2 tsp of lemon juice or vinegar and let sit for 10-15 min.

    Recipe #397836

    This is a wonderful apple cider perfect for a cold winter/fall day. Serve with a cinnamon stick for stirring

    Recipe #395390

    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

    A quick and healthy breakfast

    Recipe #409972

    Traditional curry recipe. Thyme, allspice and Scotch bonnet peppers are some ingredients used in Jamaican cuisine. Allspice is a berry of the pimiento tree so it is also known as pimento or Jamaican pepper. It is called allspice because it tastes like a blend of cinnamon, nutmeg and cloves. So if you wanted to, you could substitute a cinnamon stick for the allspice in this. Serve with rice and salad. Note - prep is fairly short, but cooking is approx 1 1/2 hours

    Recipe #373124

    This recipe is very yummy, fast, simple and you will have no leftovers. I love pork tenderloin for it's versatility. Goes well with rice and a salad

    Recipe #362455

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