2020 Campaign Cookbook
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What’s cooking, you ask? The 2020 HRSDD Federated Health Team is spreading love through our shared appreciation of food!

The HRSDD Campaign Cookbook is a way to share with our colleagues the dishes that provide us comfort and joy during hard times. Share your grandma’s sisters’ soup recipe, auntie's pelau or dad’s BBQ sauce. Perhaps your fave cooking dish isn’t a “people food” at all! If your joy comes from cooking for your pet, we want you to share it with the division too!

What’s cooking, you ask? The 2020 HRSDD Federated Health Team is spreading love through our shared appreciation of food!

The HRSDD Campaign Cookbook is a way to share with our colleagues the dishes that provide us comfort and joy during hard times. Share your grandma’s sisters’ soup recipe, auntie's pelau or dad’s BBQ sauce. Perhaps your fave cooking dish isn’t a “people food” at all! If your joy comes from cooking for your pet, we want you to share it with the division too!
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Grami's Banana Bread
 
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Three Sister's Soup
 
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Margy's Crab Dip
 
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Boston Candy
 
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Never Fail Rolls
 
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Creamy Chickpea & Rosemary Soup
 
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Bajan Coconut Turnovers
 
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Ritz-Skor Bars
 
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Potato Scones
 
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Chicken Tikka Masala
 
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One Pot Turkey Stroganoff
 
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Buffalo Chicken Dip
 
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Mac and Cheese
 
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Traditional Bannock
 
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Jigg's Dinner
 



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Grami's Banana Bread
The original recipe can be found on page 173 of the Art Gallery of Windsor's The Uncommon Cook Book. My grandmother gave my mother this cookbook when I was around 10 years old. When Grami passed in 2005, I inherited her copy. It's a beautiful book published in the 1980s with pictures of the food displayed beside the gallery exhibits. Throughout my life, this banana bread has comforted me. During our time sheltering at home, my family has baked and gifted many loaves for front porch delivery. I hope you all enjoy it as much as we always have. IMHO the best banana bread in the world! Photo by Whitney Wright on Unsplash

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Three Sister's Soup
June is National Indigenous History Month here in Canada. To observe, we're including a recipe I found on The Table Community Food Centre's website. The following description is from their website: "The Three Sisters Soup recipe is a traditional Native American recipe from the Haudenosaunee (Iroquois) nation. The term “Three Sisters” refers to the three main crops of some North American tribes: maize (corn), squash, and beans. The three plants were planted close together and like close sisters, aided one another in their respective growing processes. This type of ecological cooperation is one that many tribes believe humans should replicate."

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Margy's Crab Dip
Great to bring to parties, or as an appetizer (contains shell fish in case of allergies) this recipe is using real crab meat. Submitted by: "Christy Moreland" Photo by Food Photographer | Jennifer Pallian on Unsplash

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Boston Candy
Great treat over the holidays and it keeps best in the fridge. Submitted by: "Cassandra Levesque" Photo by Pedro Julian on bigoven.com

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Never Fail Rolls
Dawn has been making this recipe since age 16. It was gifted to her by an Ottawa neighbour and it has always worked out. Dawn's neighbour made these homemade rolls whenever the two families got together for dinner. It is best to refrigerate the dough overnight and it will take 4 hours for them to rise in a warm kitchen once they are rolled out. Bust these babies out for any holiday or "just because." Submitted by: "Dawn Nadeau"

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Creamy Chickpea & Rosemary Soup
Discovered this recipe in an effort to find a creamy soup that was workable for both lactose intolerant and vegetarian friends. Always a hit and really economical. Enjoy! Submitted by: "Dawn Nadeau"

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Bajan Coconut Turnovers
This recipe hails from the beautiful Caribbean island of Barbados. Bajan coconut turnovers are a type of baked pastry with coconut filling on the inside. It's a sweet and very popular treat in Barbados. Submitted by: "Dawn Nadeau"

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Ritz-Skor Bars
For those who like sweet and salty blended together in a sugary chewy bar! Submitted by: "Karolyn"

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Potato Scones
This is one of my grandmother's "tried and true" recipes. It's easy to change the scones from sweet to savoury and play around with the add-in ingredients. Submitted by: "Cally Wilson"

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Chicken Tikka Masala
0% plain Greek yogurt is a healthy and delicious substitute for sour cream in about 99% of all recipes Submitted by: "Ian Kaufman"

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One Pot Turkey Stroganoff
Now you can make everyone’s favorite stroganoff in one with turkey! Comforting, no-fuss, budget-friendly and quick clean up! Serve this with a side of your favorite green vegetable such as steamed broccoli, green beans, peas. Submitted by: "Olena Osypenko"

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Buffalo Chicken Dip
A great dish to bring to a party! Submitted by: "Sarah Digby"

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Mac and Cheese
A simple but so very delicious recipe, you just can't go wrong with mac and cheese. We make this when we're celebrating something big or small, or when we just want good old comfort food. Submitted by: "Rebecca Owen" Photo by Priyanka Aggarwal on Unsplash

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Traditional Bannock
Picture and Recipe courtesy of Marnie Helliwell, via Grace George, Tofino, B.C. and www.foodnetwork.ca's - Great Canadian Cookbook A history of Bannick courtesy of University of Toronto Food Services Bannock is a type of fry bread, which originates from Scotland but was eventually adopted by the Indigenous peoples of Canada, particularly the Métis of western Canada. Bannock stems from the Gaelic word bannach, which means “morsel,” a short and sweet but accurate description. The Scottish cooked the bread on a griddle called a Bannock Stone, which they placed on the floor in front of a fire. The bread was brought to Canada by Scottish explorers and traders, where the Indigenous adopted the recipe over the 18th and 19th centuries, using corn flour or plants rather than the wheat flour of the Europeans. Cooked hearth-side, it was usually prepared as a large biscuit that could be broken up or wrapped around a stick. Since then, regional variants have emerged in Indigenous communities across North America. It is a simple bread, but quick to make and useful for travelling and while in the wilderness. It’s a source of carbohydrates, and a fulfilling meal, which was a staple for wilderness explorers, trappers, and prospectors. Camping enthusiasts still make it, old-fashioned style, while traipsing around the wild!

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Jigg's Dinner
This famous Newfoundland dish features boiled potatoes, turnips, carrots, peas and cabbage together with salted beef and roasted turkey or pork. Most would even recommend tacking on a side of pickled beets, stuffing and buns. Talk about a comforting Canadian feast! This recipe was developed by Chef Alexandra Feswick. Photo: Drake Hotel Properties

What’s cooking, you ask? The 2020 HRSDD Federated Health Team is spreading love through our shared appreciation of food! The HRSDD Campaign Cookbook is a way to share with our colleagues the dishes that provide us comfort and joy during hard times. Share your grandma’s sisters’ soup recipe, auntie's pelau or dad’s BBQ sauce. Perhaps your fave cooking dish isn’t a “people food” at all! If your joy comes from cooking for your pet, we want you to share it with the division too!

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What’s cooking, you ask? The 2020 HRSDD Federated Health Team is spreading love through our shared appreciation of food! The HRSDD Campaign Cookbook is a way to share with our colleagues the dishes that provide us comfort and joy during hard times. Share your grandma’s sisters’ soup recipe, auntie's pelau or dad’s BBQ sauce. Perhaps your fave cooking dish isn’t a “people food” at all! If your joy comes from cooking for your pet, we want you to share it with the division too!