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Hot Cross Buns

Originally posted on LazyDayz:
If you like to make bread these hot cross buns will be a nice addition to your repertoire. They are very simple to make and taste wonderful. Since it’s almost Easter I thought it would be nice to try out some new Easter recipes. We always buy hot cross buns, so I…

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Pumpkin Pie Muffins

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The taste of pumpkin pie in a muffin. I know that fall is not quite here, but the kids are going back to school and I just can’t help getting into the “fall feeling”. We stopped by our local farm stand and the pumpkins had made an entrance. So I decided…

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Maple Bacon Baked Beans

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Baked beans may take two days to prepare but you won’t go back to tinned beans after you try these! Although I grew up in Saskatchewan, my family background is French Canadian. So I had the good fortune of growing up bilingual and getting to eat some classic French Canadian dishes.…

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Strawberry Rhubarb Jam

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Strawberry Rhubarb Jam is such a classic flavour. I love to make this in the winter time because it’s like a little spoonful of summer. I used to think that jam was really difficult to make. That you had to use store bought pectin and spend hours processing it. You can go…

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Easy-Peasy Corn Chowder

So in light of the fact that it is a bit damp and dreary out there, I decided to tackle another old favourite of mine, corn chowder. This is a really simple recipe that truly is a meal in one. Unlike other corn chowders that use cream, I use milk which makes it nice and… Continue reading Easy-Peasy Corn Chowder