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Few cooking traditions embrace lamb as much as Greek. Fresh herbs, tomatoes, and plentiful garlic make this lovely baked entrée taste uniquely Mediterranean. This dish is similar to moussaka, but with orzo pasta instead of rice.
These chocolate chunk and nut cookies are simply irresistible eaten while still warm, when the chocolate chunks are soft and melting. Macadamia nuts add a crunchy texture, but can be omitted if you prefer. Like the chocolate, the nuts should be in large pieces.
I love the topping of apple crisp, so I used it as a filling for these baked apples. The recipe uses just one tablespoon (15 mL) of butter. Choose a firm apple, as you want it to soften but not turn mushy. I couldn’t find our melon baller so I used a small ice cream scoop to core the apples two thirds of the way through, and it worked perfectly, leaving a nice pocket for the filling. Try it with vanilla frozen yogurt. Yummy!
With only one rising and no kneading, this quick whole-wheat bread couldn’t be simpler to make. High in fibre, and with a dense, moist texture, this filling bread makes excellent toast.
Lugging around heavy books and binders can lead to poor posture, not to mention injury to the back, neck and shoulders. The Canadian Chiropractic Association recommends ensuring backpacks weigh less than 15 percent of the carrier’s body weight (10 percent for preteens), and ensuring weight is evenly distributed. So, if you are 150 lb., the […]
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