This recipe was in last month's Canadian Living and it looked so good, I had to try it. And believe me, it is good! I used another type of white wine since I am not a white wine drinker, I didn't want to go out to buy another bottle just for a recipe. It still turned out great. The leftovers make a wonderful sandwich.
I found this recipe nearly 20 years ago in the Toronto Sun and have made it several times over the years. It makes enough for a family of three, like mine, to enjoy over several weeks, since it doesn't require any processing and keeps well in the fridge. The recipe calls for cider vinegar but I have made it with white vinegar and think it tastes much better that way. Please note: Chilling time is under cooking time.
I found this recipe on another cooking blog and I had both shrimp and Brie to use up so I thought I would splurge a little. It is so delicious, something I would definitely serve to company or as a special occasion meal for two.
I came across this recipe on a link on another member's cooking blog and what a happy discovery it was. This recipe makes two generous loaves which are moist, delicious and keep well in the fridge, if they last that long!
These tender, delicious muffins are from Food and Drink magazine. It is a very versatile recipe as dried apricots may be substituted for the raisins and chopped almonds or pecans for the pistachios. I didn't make the glaze as I plan to freeze the muffins. Also, these muffins are best served when completely cooled as the paper muffin tin liners really stick to the muffins when they are still warm.
Yet another variation on a popular dish. You can make this with turkey thighs but to save time, you may use ground turkey instead. It is not as spicy as some recipes for chili are, so feel free to use more spice if that's how you like it. From the Toronto Sun.
I have made this recipe from BBC Good Food twice and each time I enjoyed it even more. It makes quite a bit but the leftovers reheat really well. The original recipe calls for 1/2 swede. I'm not sure what a swede is but I think it's like a turnip so I substituted one large turnip.
A creamy, refreshing dessert that is quite easy to make but has to be started the day before you plan to serve it as it requires a long chilling time. The chilling time is included in the cooking time. From Canadian Living Magazine.