Posts Tagged ‘robert j. morrow’

Quick Halloumi-based Mediterranean Snack

  Artichoke Hart (New York Fried, May 2019) felt that the bar snacks served at the Oswego facility needed to be a little more classy than nuts or popcorn. So, this one became a hit with many of the delegates. Quick, easy to make, tasty and, in Hart’s case, done on the BBQ on the…

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Braised Beef Ravioli in an Onion Marsala Sauce

Okay, so not as tough as it sounds. When Artichoke Hart was stuck for a quick lunch, he would often turn to recipes he could whip up in a half hour or so. This one is easy, uses ready-made ingredients, but tastes gourmet. The Italian delegation actually loved it! (New York Fried, May 2019) INGREDIENTS…

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Browned Butter Honey Garlic Salmon

Salmon tastes great with very little help, but when you’re tired of the traditional lemon-style seasonings, try this butter and honey variation. It’s sweet and oh, so tasty! The Artichoke Hart uses this as a Friday night “fish” dish. Thanks to Karina at CafeDelites.com Ingredients 1/4 cup (4 tablespoons) butter 1/4 cup (4 tablespoons) honey 2-3 cloves garlic, minced* 1-2 tablespoons fresh squeezed lemon…

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Income Splitting your Real Estate Portfolio

These are the new rules implemented by Bill Morneau and Justin Trudeau in the last couple of years. When they first introduced these rules to the public, there was a huge outcry from the small business community. They had since made some amendments and now these new tax rules are in effect. more Thanks to…

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Turning Student Homes into Senior's Residences

College students and twenty-somethings aren’t the only people looking for a roommate. A Barrie property management company is now offering up shared housing for seniors. “I thought I would give it a shot, and see what happened,” says Anna Moore, the president of AMR Group. .more

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Multi-Cultre Meatloaf

I call it multicultural because I have taken the best of several meatloaf recipes and come up with what I think is the tastiest, juiciest, exciting meatloaf I’ve ever tasted. It’s a little British, a little American, and a lot Italian. And it’s soooo good! Ingredients 1 1/2 pounds lean ground beef 3/4 cup milk…

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