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Slapjack Sandwiches

Slapjack Sandwiches, while pretty basic, are quick and easy and not bad at all.  They are featured in the Teen-age and Junior Cooks section of the Vancouver Sun's 10th Annual Cook Book, but we've had them a couple of times... Continue Reading →

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Oeufs A La Tzarine

Where do I even start with this recipe?  In the cookbook, it looked intriguing, and while not overly difficult, a bit fancier than ordinary breakfast fare.  In reality, it was still intriguing, and not too complicated to make, but it... Continue Reading →

Poached Eggs, made unecessarily complicated.

Winter has been dragging on, and sadly I've been neglecting this blog.  Don't worry, I'm still accumulating new cookbooks and advertising pamphlets, but I've just not been blogging.  Today, though, is the first day of spring, and the first Monday... Continue Reading →

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