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Thermomix Customer Incentive December 2017: Make it Happen
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Thermomix Customer Incentive December 2017: Make it Happen
Thermomix Customer Incentive December 2017: Ground Breaking “Smartest” Kitchen Appliance! Seriously, this machine is passed one’s imagination and must be seen to be understood. That is why we offer one-on-one cooking experiences for interested clients. Telling you what this mach...
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Change in Canadian Tax Code 2017: Let Your Voice be Heard
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Change in Canadian Tax Code: Affects Future of Family Farming and all Small Business My friend, Janet’s husband, John Howard, is the Managing Partner of the Howard Gardiner Associates GROUP CA CPA. They are champions of small business. Since the Liberal announcement in July, they have been ...
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Thermomix Customer Incentive October 2017: Super Starter Bundle Revised
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Thermomix Customer Incentive October 2017: Super Starter Bundle Revised
: September Super Starter Bundle Continued, but Revised 【LIMITED TIME OFFER】Due to popular demand, we are extending our promotion till the end of October with some revisions! Get a Thermomix Super Starter Bundle for you and your loved ones for this Thanksgiving at the special price of $1884*! Sup...
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Thermomix Cooking Class: October 21 2017 in Edmonton
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Thermomix Cooking Class: October 21 2017 in Edmonton
Thermomix Cooking Class for Owners and the Curious: Holiday Entertaining Leave a comment below, or email me if you are interested in attending. ** Remember to join %%http://www.ziplist.com/mylist%% to create your own online recipe box and then click SAVE on my recipe below to add it! I use my onl...
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Rolling Desserts Ice Cream: Flavour Ideas with Instructions
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Rolling Desserts Ice Cream: Flavour Ideas with Instructions
Rolling Desserts Ice Cream: “Make Your Own Rolling Dessert” Buffet! Rolling Desserts Ice Cream: Whaaat? The concept has been around on the streets, but never before at home. Brandon McIntosh stumbled upon the at-home ice plate concept when developing one for his food truck. The idea w...
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Rolling Desserts Basic Ice Cream Custard: Recipe Base for Flavours
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Rolling Desserts Basic Ice Cream Custard Recipe: good for all rolling dessert innovations! Owning your own ice plate means you can make delectable rolled creamy desserts with the best of ingredients. Above, only 3 raspberries were added to 1/4 of this base recipe, with the additional one on top, ...
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Peanut Bureau Canada : Headed to the Peanut Harvest Festival!
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Peanut Bureau Canada: Did you know that Peanuts have more protein than any other nut? I am crazy about peanuts. It is odd as I loved peanut butter as a child, teen and young adult. Then had quite a hiatus from the lively legume until the last 5 years where I cannot resist the tasty... Read More &...
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Sourdough Bread Alberta with Kaelin Whittaker of The Ruby Apron
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Sourdough Bread Alberta: Kaelin Whittaker enables success for all! Let’s celebrate for a moment. I have learned so very much. Sourdough bread takes time. A lot of time. Once you “get that”, it is so very easy. Nothing is hard about it, but the knowing. The learning. And the hard...
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Sourdough Sponge: Cooking with Kaelin Whittaker at The Ruby Apron
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Sourdough Sponge: Made from Homemade Sourdough Starter I could not resist. This is a sneak peak at my first triumph.  The first 4 I did not photograph. They were lopsided or “not perfect”. In retrospect, wrong decision. I would love to refer back to those images now, and believe most ...
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Charred Corn Zucchini and Tomato Salad: August Harvest in a Bowl
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Charred Corn Zucchini and Tomato Salad: Inspired by Karen at Bridge Charred Corn Zucchini Tomato Salad is my new favourite recipe. Love my bridge gals every Wednesday afternoon. It’s been 2 years now. Time for a party! I hate to confess that my bridge isn’t showing too much progress, ...
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