The Food Processor Bible and an Easy Cheesecake
by Melissa Trainer on June 22, 2009, www.aldenteblog.com
I love my Cuisinart food processors and rely on them daily to crank out family friendly food. Over the years, I’ve collected many food processor cookbooks and one of my favorites is The Food Processor Bible by Norene Gilletz. Published by Vancouver’s Whitecap Books, this book is an absolute treasure trove of food processor recipes and ideas.
Gilletz is a Toronto-based cook, author, and teacher who has more than thirty years of food processor experience under her belt. I’ve never met Norene in person, but I’ve spoken to her many times over the phone. She’s one of those generous cooks who has a knack for creating simple recipes and delicious food. Her recipes are suitable for Kosher and non Kosher cooks alike.
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Source: Norene’s Healthy Kitchen (Whitecap), except variation of Chicken in Parchment which is from Healthy Helpings/MealLeaniyumm
With just a few simple ingredients you can create a variety of easy, healthy and yummy foods for your family. Get the kids involved. If they help prepare the food, they’re more likely to eat it!
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My younger sister and I still talk about our first family trip to Miami when we were in our teens. We were traveling from Winnipeg with its frigid, frosty temperature of 40 degrees below to the sunny south. As soon as our car turned the corner, we immediately declared, “We’re hungry! When can we eat?”
My mother reached into the overstuffed cooler that she had packed with 40 sandwiches for our trip. She always made 40 sandwiches for any trip we took because she didn’t want anyone to be hungry!
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