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Apples and beets get along merrily together, especially in this easy salad.
This soup is best served the next day, packed in a thermos for lunch. Serve it up with whole grain or rye bread and a glass of milk.
This big batch of a richly coloured, full-flavoured soup provides enough extras to freeze for hurry-up mid-week suppers.
Chase the winter chills away with a bowl of nourishing, hot soup made with fresh Ontario grown ingredients.
If you think coleslaw is old hat, try this sensational variation.
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