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LEFTOVER ROAST BEEF GINGER RICE STIRFRY

We had the most tender, flavorful sirloin tip roast beef the other day, with quite a bit leftover and this dish was a great way to use it up.  (plus a number of tasty sandwiches for lunch too)

If you do not have left over roast beef, using fresh beef strips would be delicious as would [...]

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CHICKEN SHNITZEL

For some reason we rarely ever see fresh Veal in our grocery stores, however, using chicken in this dish was wonderful.  This would also be lovely with boneless pork chops too.

This was such a quick easy meal to prepare – great for those busy days.  Just steam up some veggies, potatoes, toss together a salad, [...]

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GLUTEN FREE BLACK BEAN VEGETABLE ENCHILADAS

Years ago, there used to be a cafe/restaurant in town that served the most heavenly gluten free Mexican Pie.  We didn’t get to that part of town very often, but when we did this would be our lunch.  Basically, it was an Enchilada – but the corn tortillas were stacked on top of one another, [...]

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REPOSTED TOMATO RICE SOUP

This has to be one of my all time favorite soup recipes.  It was one of my first soup recipe posts from 2010 and one I make time and time again.

Back in the day….I am talking wayyy back in the day, as a teenager I loved the tomato rice soup that came in [...]

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GLUTEN FREE CHICKEN CHOW MIEN - Re-posted with Changes

Lately these days, there does not seem to be enough time in my day to make new recipe creations or for any Internet blog surfing come to that.  However, I did click onto Linda’s blog, Boeddhamum Gluten Free and read that she was in the process of re-posting some of her favorite recipes that have [...]

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SLOW COOKER LENTIL SOUP

I love lentils cooked any way – especially in soup.  The other day was a particularly busy day and on my way home from town I had one more stop to make at our local health food store.  Once in the door, something smelled heavenly (I was starving too as it was lunch time).

Our local [...]

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SLOW COOKER CHILI CON CARNE

On our recent trip away, we went to a restaurant that has been around for years and years.  On the menu’s back pages, they listed various meals that were made from yesteryear – one of them being a piping hot bowl of chili con carne served with a bun for $1.50.  Coffee was 10 cents [...]

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BRAISED ITALIAN SAUSAGES - A NEW WAY

So, here it is:  Swiss style Italian Sausages.  I know….strange yes?  But it worked!  We had Italian sausages defrosted in the fridge and ready to go.  Well, that afternoon I had the most intense craving for Swiss Steak. I  have been wanting to make Swiss Steak for ages now and kept forgetting.  Swiss style Italian [...]

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CHRISTMAS PUDDING REHEATED SERVED WITH VANILLA CUSTARD

This Christmas Pudding will now become a Christmas tradition – it turned out beautifully.  Rich, moist, packed full of flavor and served with a homemade Vanilla custard, it was the perfect dessert after turkey dinner.

RECAP:  To store the Christmas Pudding:

While the Christmas Pudding was made in November it was then wrapped very well in plastic [...]

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CHICKEN AND LEEKS IN A CREAMY MUSHROOM SAGE SAUCE

We have had a week of freezing temperatures, and now there is snow on the ground.  The weather reports say rain is coming, but in the meantime it has been mighty cold.   Time for comfort food.

This was an easy mid week meal, yet elegant enough to serve if you have company coming.  If you want [...]