the government of alberta distributed this recipe (among others) at a conference i attended in calgary some years ago. it is mmmm, mmmm good, and is wonderful company fare. i find that the sauce tends to thicken quite a bit while baking, so i usually add a bit more water during the process. i would also recommend doubling the sauce (amounts given are from the original recipe). twice-baked potatoes and seasoned fresh green beans make it a truly outstanding meal (along with fresh dinner rolls, of course). hope you enjoy it.
this is a delicious brownie recipe i found on the ibs message boards. it's so simple to throw together, and you would never guess that it's low-fat and dairy-free! i like the brownies best when they're cool. yum! they were originally called
my husband's aunt pat brought this recipe to a family gathering over the holidays. one taste and i was hooked. this is so easy that even smaller children can make this with supervision. a co-worker told me she substituted craisins for the raisins, and sh
traditional australian snack for when unexpected guests drop by. to be truly authentic the cheese must be the very cheapest brand available and the crackers a little stale. use a good and strong fresh onion though so your guests don't know the difference.
a very healthy and tasty appetiser to serve with antipasto and crusty italian bread. delicious! you can use low-fat cheese in this recipe. you can also add chopped chilli, chopped semi-dried tomatoes and/or chopped olives.
a refreshing summer shake. sugar can be omitted for a healthier shake. found this recipe in boy's life magazine 20 years ago and have enjoyed it ever since. other fruits can be used for different "nogs". try strawberries or peaches.
from the "good and garlicky thick and hearty soup-satisfying more than minestrone italian soup cookbook". i found this recipe on the fine cooking site and immediately bought the cookbook. my favorite soup.
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