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City Style and Living recipe for pumpkin roll Pumpkin It Up by Eliza Cr
How to Make An Easy Pumpkin Roll

A simple, healthy and hearty dessert using antioxidant rich pumpkin. Great for teatime!


City Style and Living Magazine pumpkin, corn and shrimp bisque easy winter recipe from pumpkin it up by eliza cross
Pumpkin, Corn, and Shrimp Bisque

A warm and comforting soup perfect for a chilly Winter day.


City Style and Living Magazine Baby Breakfast Pumpkins easy breakfast recipe
Baby Breakfast Pumpkins

An easy and healthy, hearty breakfast.


city style and living magazine recipe easy asian slaw
Asian Slaw and Wakame Salad

The perfect match for Korean fried chicken, this recipe gives an Asian twist to the classic slaw.


How D’ya Like Them Apples by Madge Baird pork tenderloin
Dressed-Up Pork Medallions

A classic combination – pork and apples – make a great weeknight supper.


Photographs by Susan Barnson Hayward chicken quesedilla
Chicken Quesadillas with Apples and Brie

Make the most of the season of apples with this quick to prepare recipe.


city style and living raspberry salad
Pear Scallop and Roasted Red Pepper Salad with Golden Raspberry Vinaigrette

Substitute blueberries for a less tangy flavour.


City Style and living recipe easy golden raspberry tart
Golden Raspberry Tarts

A distinctive hue makes these raspberries standout. Red raspberries or any other ripe, fresh fruit work equally well in this recipe.


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Turkish Coffee Brownies

Turkish coffee is ubiquitous in Israel. This dessert has a caffeine kick that’ll keep your party guests awake so they can enjoy every last bit of the delicious food you prepared. The cardamom gives these brownies an exotic taste that you likely haven’t experienced in other desserts.


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Catch-Up Chicken

I raised my kids on the principle that ketchup isn’t a solution; it’s an indication: if my children don’t like something, they shouldn’t add ketchup—they simply shouldn’t eat it in the first place. But this recipe is one that purposely highlights the ketchup, giving the chicken a sweet and tangy flavor reminiscent of what you’d get at a backyard cookout. This way you can give your kids a barbecue experience without the smoke and the drunk uncle.