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The Really Quite Good British Cookbook - Review
What happens when you put the best chefs and food personalities together, then you ask them what they would serve someone they loved? That is easy, you get "The Really Quite Good British Cookbook" ... Includes recipe for Sherry Trifle.
So Good - Review
Richard Blais says "So here is a collection of recipes that work at home that you want to prepare time and again. They aren't restaurant dishes with complicated cooking instructions and tons of garnishes." Includes recipe for Triple-Cooked Fries.
Grill Smoke BBQ - Review
Barbeque season is upon us, it is time to take it up a notch. With Grill Smoke BBQ, written by Ben Tish of Amber yard the grill restaurant in Burwick St., Soho, you can do just that.

Other Recent Additions:

Basic Braised Cabbage With Variations
Pizza Stuffed Chicken

Stuffed Chicken that tastes more like a chicken pizza! A very filling dish that is also fun. This recipe is for a single portion. To feed more people simply multiply the ingredients, and repeat the same steps for each breast needed.

Papa Crutchfield's Nachos

A unique version of a versatile Tex Mex favorite. Ready in less than 15 minutes!

Beef and Pepperoni Roll-Ups

A quick snack or light lunch that feels like childhood.

Onion Tart
French Onion Soup
French Fried Onion Rings
Pineapple Pilaf
Molokai Pie
Storage tips, history, trivia and more, this article tells you the facts about the beloved Pineapple. Includes recipes for Pineapple Pilaf, Molokai Pie, and Chicken with Pineapple Salsa.
Spicy Bacon and Cheese Eggwich
Southwestern Egg White Quesadilla
Red Pasta Sauce for All Seasons
Bath Salts
Herbed LoveBirds
The Classic Cupid Cocktail
Holiday Surprise Cookies
Holiday baking doesn't have to be difficult. This year let the kids join you in the kitchen to prepare a special dark chocolate treat for Santa. He's sure to love the fun twist to his classic Christmas Eve treat.
A Different Kind Of Gingerbread
Take a crack at this one. Colourful wooden nutcrackers have long graced German homes. Carved and painted into the shapes of soldiers and kings, they were the inspiration for Hoffmann's much-loved Christmas story, The Nutcracker.
Cozy Up To Fall With A Hearty Classic Canadian Soup
Beat The End Of Summer Blues
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