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The Weekender
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Links for Nisha Patel's Travel Tips

Nisha's passed along the links for the websites and apps, she talked about today.  Post as you wish:









LInk to Facebook for The Weekender


Tossed and Found

Tossed and Found is hungry to see and hear about YOUR found stuff.

But they also want to know what YOU think about what's already been uploaded.

Take a look online. . .and let us know where you think that spiderman figurine, or that old piano came from.

Go to cbctossedandfound.wordpress.com and comment often.

To offer up your found stuff, upload a photo of the item on Instagram with the hashtag #tossedandfound.


Recipes from Christine

Hi everyone,

Christine has some recipes with her today.  If she mentions them in your interview and you want to link to them.  Here they are. 

Maple Syrup recipes on the Best Recipes Ever Website:

Maple Walnut Cheesecake Squares 


Maple Pudding Chomeur      


Crispy Pops                                                           


Some great Rhubarb recipes on the Best Recipes Ever Website:

Some great Lamb recipes on the Best Recipes Ever Website:

If your family isn't used to eating lamb, why not try a lamb burger? Lamb Burgers with Hummus:http://www.cbc.ca/bestrecipes/2012/02/lamb-burgers-with-hummus.html  

Perfect for entertaining, your family and friends will love this variation of a classic appetiezer - with fresh ground lamb, orange and fennel, they will be sure to make an impression. 
Lamb Sausage Rolls:

Or why not try something new for your Sunday night dinner? This rosemary rack of lamb would be perfect for entertaining.  Rosemary Rack of Lamb:


More From Thaw-de-Gras

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Your Christmas Requests

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Stefano's Brunch

Flavours of sweet apple and savoury cheese combine to create an irresistible brunch favourite.


2 apples, peeled and diced


½ tsp. cinnamon

2 eggs

¾ cup milk

1 loaf brioche bread (day old)

½ cup grated aged cheddar

Icing sugar, for serving

Maple syrup, for serving


In a small skillet over medium heat, sauté the apples in 1 to 2 tbsp. butter. Add cinnamon and cook apples until tender and golden, about 5 to 7 minutes. Set aside.

Beat eggs and milk together in a shallow baking dish or bowl. Set aside.

Cut bread into 8 thick slices.

Spoon the apples evenly over 4 of the bread slices. Then sprinkle evenly with cheddar cheese. Sandwich with remaining slices.

Dip each French toast sandwich into the egg mixture until evenly soaked.

Heat griddle to medium heat. (Alternatively, cook French toast in batches using a large skillet.) Add 2 tbsp. butter. When butter melts, add the French toast sandwiches. Cook until golden brown and crisp on both sides and cheese is melted, about 3 to 4 minutes per side.

If needed, keep French toast warm in a 250 degree F. oven. Serve with a dusting of icing sugar and drizzle of maple syrup.

Yield: 4 servings.

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