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Spring Recipes

Newsletter | March 31, 2019 | Nik Manojlovich
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Pull out your pans and grab your knives, bowls and cutting boards – who’s ready to try some delicious SPRING RECIPES?!

As promised, we’ve selected some of our most requested SPRING RECIPES for your enjoyment. There are two ways to access this content. Click the PHOTOS to the left to view the step-by-step video or click the RECIPE NAME to view recipes with full stories on our website.

OVEN-BAKED HAM

Three different mustards, two complimentary sweeteners and one glorious way of preparing this most-beloved main course. This recipe yields a superbly moist and flavourful ham that everyone always raves about.

CREAM OF ASPARAGUS SOUP

This silky, smooth soup surprises the palette with the unexpected flavours of leek, sage, lemon and cream. We especially enjoy the finishing touch: a sprinkle of chopped nuts and a drizzle of truffle oil.

QUICHE LORRAINE

A classic quiche recipe that you’ll be able to serve for breakfast, brunch or as a light dinner.

HOLLANDAISE SAUCE

Looking to add a special something extra to your next meal? A classic hollandaise sauce never goes astray and adds excitement to a plain vegetable side dish.

WASABI VINAIGRETTE

This vinaigrette recipe is such a hit because it’s so very delicious. The wasabi gives it punch! We suggest doubling the recipe when you go to make it – it’s be gone in no time!

DEVILED HAM SAMMIES

Sometimes even the simplest recipes need some explaining. For this classic sandwich, we take leftover ham, mayo and the perfect amount of pickles! Nothing better than serving it on trimmed white bread. Kids love ’em!

LEMON MERINGUE PIE

It is the stuff of legends. Flaky pie crust filled with tangy lemon curd and topped with a heavenly meringue cap. If you’ve never made one from scratch, let this be the recipe you try.

BITTER LASS COCKTAIL

Irish whisky and sour mix meet a tiny hint of sweetness in a cocktail that’s easy on the eyes and the palette. Cheers!

Call your friends and host a party; time to spring forward with our suggestions for SPRING RECIPES!

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