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    This is a favourite of mine. I love the way it smells while it's brewing. I found it on the Betty Crocker App. I adjust for my tatste (sm. onion rather than lg.,omit the celery, 2-3 carrots ,some potatoes a couple hours before it's done, italian seasoning instead of basil and I add 2 cans of water )

    Recipe #438706

    I found this recipe online and altered it to my taste.....They are soo flavourful and moist...I hope you like them as much as I do !

    Recipe #432368

    "The French have taught us how good chicken tastes when cooked in a heavy casserole with young spring vegetables. In France, this dish is known as Poulet en Cocotte Bonne Femme because it is the way many good cooks like to prepare chicken." Cooking for Pleasure By Margaret Fulton (one of my favourite cookbooks, lol )

    Recipe #374874

    A bundle of herbs and aromatics for flavouring soups, stocks and casseroles. "Cooking For Pleasure " , Margaret Fulton

    Recipe #374868

    This recipe is from "Kraft What's Cooking" magazine ( Fall 2006 ) Roasting is a great way to prepare green beans - they get a rich, carmalized flavour but keep their colour and crunch. I don't usually eat green beans but with this recipe I can't enough of them..! ( I only use half - 1/4 of an onion though )

    Recipe #374799

    This recipe was on the Betty Crocker application on my iPod Touch. The kids loved them...they flew off the table..!

    Recipe #374522

    This recipe is from the book "Cooking For Pleasure" by Margaret Fulton (1981). It's an excellent base recipe that is easy to alter according to your own taste.The egg whites can be kept fresh in a bowl of cold water.

    Recipe #374183

    This recipe was passed down to me and I love it.It is the ultimate comfort food.Especially when served with mashed potaoes..!

    Recipe #371699

    This is my favorite chicken recipe because it's moist everytime I make it. I got this recipe from Kraft's "what's cooking" magazine. Fall 2007.

    Recipe #367507

    I like to make these...I am not usually very good with doughs but for some reason I can handle this one.

    Recipe #336859

    From the book"The Ogilive Cook Book" A nice cake to serve if guests are coming for a coffee. A light cake that is simple and easy to alter.

    Recipe #327037

    From the book "Better Homes and Gardens All-Time Favorite Bread Recipes" This is the best banana bread recipe that I have ever been able to find. Sometimes I will add a little more banana and will only mash it slightly ( because I like a moist bread)

    Recipe #327027

    Simple sweet and sour sauce recipe. Doesn't store long so use it up fast.

    Recipe #327026

    .I love this recipe.I usually have everything that I need ( as long as my brown sugar hasn't transformed into a solid rock). I use my favorite apple,the red delicious.I am sure that any apple would do ( maybe your favorite).

    Recipe #327023

    A dessert candy that is ready to eat in 10 minutes. EXTREMELY DECADENT..! Only for the very sweet tooth. Very finicky recipe, timing is everything A candy thermometer is very handy. Otherwise, test for soft ball stage by dropping one drop into cool water, if it balls up you are ready.

    Recipe #326875

    Actual Recipe Name: Parmesan Potatoes I love this recipe...I use it all the time...I use it so often that I don't even bother measuring any more. Makes an excellent side dish and leftovers are even better @ breakfast time P.S.You can use more or less of the olive oil and Parmesan cheese.

    Recipe #313426


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