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Leslie Styles
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Tuna Salad with Avocado, Onion Sprouts & Boiled Egg
Low calorie, low carb and a great source of Omega-3, this simple, light and delicious Tuna Salad recipe makes an easy weekday dinner paired with sliced avocado, hard boiled eggs and some fresh tomatoes. Topped with a mound of flavourful onion sprouts and dr...

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Toasted Coriander & Fennel Seed Crusted Salmon
Toasted coriander and fennel seeds become the fragrant foundation for a wonderfully flavourful dry rub, perfect on swordfish or salmon. Coarsely ground with white peppercorns and seasoned with a little kosher salt, the mixture is pressed into the fish, and ...

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Maccheroni al Ferro with Ragù alla Bolognese
Inspired by a recipe for handmade Maccheroni al Ferro by Toronto chef Massimo Bruno, and excited about an upcoming trip to Umbria this Autumn, trying our hand at making some pasta 'fatto a mano' seemed like it would be good practice for our 'vacanza italian...

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Indian Monkfish Curry with Tomato & Cilantro
Often compared to Lobster, Monkfish's firm-fleshed and meaty texture is ideally suited for this warm, fragrant and delicious Indian fish curry. Inspired by a recipe from The Cooking of India by Santha Rama Rau, this curry recipe is simple, easy to prepare a...

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Broccoli, Onion & Dill Frittata with Gruyère
Among the most classic of brunch offerings, omelettes, quiches, and frittatas are also some of the most versatile. Healthy, light and delicious, this low-carb Broccoli, Onion & Dill Frittata with Gruyère is simple to prepare and delicious to make anytime of...

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Swordfish with Citrus & Cilantro Marinade
I adore swordfish and serve it at least two or three times a month. Ideally, it's best grilled outdoors on a barbecue to create gorgeous grill marks, but when faced with a winter that just won't quit, baking the swordfish in the oven is the next best thing....

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Mulligatawny Soup: An Anglo-Indian Classic
A classic Anglo-Indian soup, the name of which means "pepper water," should be richly endowed with meat and piquantly spiced, Mulligatawny became popular with the British stationed in India during colonial times of the late 18th century and later. When they...

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Mini Chocolate Pecan Tarts: A Valentine Treat
One of the most irresistible of desserts, nothing beats a sweet and delicious Pecan Pie. This classic recipe is an updated mini bite-size version of the traditional Southern family favourite. With a buttery chocolate tart pastry and rich nutty caramel pecan...

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Shrimp Chow Fun: A Cantonese Noodle Classic
Chow Fun is a popular Cantonese dish made with stir-fried wide 'He-Fun' Chinese noodles in a sweet savoury sauce with scallions, ginger, bean sprouts and dark soy. With a wonderful flavour and texture, these silky soft wide rice noodles can be stir-fried wi...

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Guy's Famous 9-Bean Soup with Pancetta & Chard
My husband has a number of recipes which he loves to make, but his favourite and mine is his famous Bean Soup. He used to make it as a bachelor because the ingredients were relatively inexpensive, was easy to make and tasted great. Although the selection of...
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