Carolyne's Recipes

Carolyne's Recipes

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The first time I published this, a colleague sent me a “delicious note,” saying she had replicated my recipe in her own real estate newsletter. Readers are welcome to do so.

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Using a pound of never frozen medium ground beef, mix in your favourite herbs. I mostly use just a little dried thyme and a...

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This is a mock semi-fredo or sorbet-like dessert. There are no eggs in it. I think you could easily make this in individual bite-size, pop-in-your-mouth pieces. Make them in either tiny paper cups and peel them off, or in mini metal muffin tins.

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Serve with favourite grilled potatoes papillote and grilled veggies. Bonus: Inhale the fragrant goodness treat. This recipe is also wonderful if you use boned chicken breast.

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I mostly don’t use a recipe and sometimes don’t write things down when I should. But I decided this was definitely worth sharing in my cookbook.

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In the early ʼ80s, a dear friend from England who didn’t cook asked if she and her husband went to the St. Lawrence Market...

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I was in my mid 20s. I made this recipe for Sunday guests, thinking two generous size green bell peppers, stuffed, for each would...

Pommes frites

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These pommes frites are a nice accompaniment to many dishes, and work especially well as a side dish to any of my recipes at my sea food birthday party fare grouping.

Fried green tomatoes and a great soup recipe

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Green tomatoes are just red tomatoes en route to becoming red. Picked before they mature, these green tomatoes are beyond wonderful. A really old great recipe, I started making them in the late ʼ70s.

For your Mr. President: Eggs-ceptional (with a secret ingredient)

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Here’s breakfast fit for a king or queen – or to feed your personal president or lord or lady of your castle. Great for Easter, for Father’s Day or for no special occasion at all.