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Stir-Fried Soba Noodles with Pickled Ginger

Stir-Fried Soba Noodles with Pickled Ginger

Dec 28, 2006

Japanese shredded pickled ginger (shoga) adds striking crimson colour and intense ginger flavour to stir-fries. Find it in specialty Japanese or Korean stores. By comparison, sushi ginger (gari) is light pink, mild and thinly sliced. Use it in a pinch.

Layered Fruit Pops

Layered Fruit Pops

These colourful pops are not only beautiful to look at, but they are also packed with healthy, in-season fruit. Mix and match fruits to suit your taste.

Lemon Crème Fraîche

Lemon Crème Fraîche

Oct 18, 2007

Homey: Pair with Pink Applesauce.
Haute: Pair with Caviar (See recipe links below)

Crème Fraîche is a matured, thickened cream with a slightly tangy flavour, rich, velvety consistency and high fat content (30%). You can buy it or make your own.

Cider Pork Chops With Quick-Braised Cabbage

Cider Pork Chops With Quick-Braised Cabbage

Dec 1, 2014

Bagged coleslaw, a mix of preshredded cabbage and carrots, brings this sweetand-sour braised dish together with minimal chopping. Using jarred pickled beets rather than fresh ones cuts down on cook time while adding nice acidity.

Gingery Chicken-Mushroom Mouthfuls

Gingery Chicken-Mushroom Mouthfuls

Jul 14, 2005

This filling of minced chicken is given a texture boost with crunchy water chestnuts. It's wonderful stuffed into shiitake mushrooms to serve as hot appetizers.

Mushroom and Leek Puree

Mushroom and Leek Puree

Jul 14, 2005

This robustly flavoured yet light meatless puree is perfect for welcoming guests as they gather in the living room. Serve with water crackers or toasted flatbread.

Lamb Tagine with Artichokes and Mint

Lamb Tagine with Artichokes and Mint

Jul 14, 2005

In Morocco, tagines, or stews, are cooked in a special pottery dish called a tagine slaoui, which has a conical lid that helps capture the steam to produce moist stews in thick sauces. You can use a large Dutch oven or saucepan for similar results. Serve this stew with couscous or warmed flatbreads.

Sausage Rice Casserole

Sausage Rice Casserole

Dec 4, 2008

This was a childhood favorite that carried on to the next generation. My children loved it also and my daughter now makes it. It is an economical and easy meal, which was important as there were seven of us. Use the basic recipe or use your favorite sausage (I use breakfast or pork)or vegetables (I like bell peppers) to make it your own favorite meal! I sometimes add italian spice to change it up.

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