31 recipes for "eat well"
Edamame

Edamame

Nov 23, 2005

For another appetizer, look for edamame (fresh soybeans) in the freezer section of the grocery store or Asian market.

Cheesy Hamburger Casserole

Cheesy Hamburger Casserole

Dec 4, 2008

This is a simple, quick recipe that my children absolute love to help make and even more, love to eat. There is no fussing when this is served.

Roasted Pumpkin Seeds

Roasted Pumpkin Seeds

Jul 14, 2005

Pumpkin seeds make a terrific snack — just like peanuts, it's impossible to eat only one!

Quesdeilla

Quesdeilla

Aug 13, 2010

Depending on the size of tortilla used this dish can be served as wedges on a plate or small sqares of finger bites. Dipping bowls of sour creme and salsa are a must. All Qty are aprox as the size of tortilla will determine what you will need. Try not to make them to thick as they will be too messy to eat as finger food.

Remarkable Cornbread

Remarkable Cornbread

Dec 4, 2008

When the wind blows and the temperature plummets, it's time to bake a 'skillet-full' of cornbread. Wonderful served with bean dishes or top a wedge with maple syrup and dessert is born. I make this bread often as it's a safe food for those with wheat intolerances plus it's easy to put together and a delight to eat.

White Chicken Chili

White Chicken Chili

Apr 16, 2010

I like to prepare this in my crockpot and take it to my daughters home for a week night dinner. They get to come home to a home cook meal and I get to sit down and enjoy it with them. I serve it in big bowls and have hot crispy rolls to eat with it. It's a perfect dish for the winter months, a great comfort food.

My Macaroni Goulash

My Macaroni Goulash

Dec 4, 2008

A recipe I created for my daughter's Grade 12 Home Economics Class. She needed to take in a recipe to cook and thought she would take one that she liked to eat. I make it quite often and it is loved by all .

Filbert Sponge Cake

Filbert Sponge Cake

Jul 14, 2005

Canadians have always loved cakes. In fact, one Victorian immigrant described Canada as the "land of cakes." There were cakes to eat with preserves, with sherry, with tea ... and for a picnic, a showy cake dusted with icing sugar.

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