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Beverlyanne

Hi I saw a recipe in the magazine while in my doctor's office, for Filet of beef with roasted garlic bernaise sauce. Thought I could look it up online, but don't seem to see it. Can anyone help? Thank you.

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joeanna anthony

Thanx gmcauley, for those recepie sites. I just went thru them and forund it really interesting. I would love to try them out as am sure my kids will love it..

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bathhouswirral

Thanks for the recipe of glazed beef medallions. Really delicious.

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frozen

hey......Butternut squash is one of the healthiest things you can eat, and it goes great with most traditional Christmas meals. Here's what I do with mine:Peel it, cut it up into small cubes and boil it. Its ready when you can easily stick a fork in the cubes. Now, mash it, sprinkle a small handful of chopped walnuts, cinnamon, and some pepper on each serving. That's it. Its like eating healthy candy. And if you want to give it even more goodness, sprinkle some milled flax seed on it. That may sound a little gross, but they're just ground up seed from the flax plant and they really don't have much of a taste. They do have omega 3 oils and fiber. Eat this along with your meals and you'll probably be around to celebrate lot more Christmases.

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Karen Crawford

Many years ago, I made a delicious chocolate mousse cake from a recipe in Canadian House & Home.  I believe it was lined with lady fingers or sliced sponge cake.  It was a real hit with my guests at the time and I would like to make it again, however that magazine has long since been recycled.  I hope you have it on file so I can recreate that sinfully rich dessert.  Thank you.A long time Canadian House & Home subscriber,Karen Crawford   

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gmcauley

Hello beverlyanne,

Unfortunately, not all recipes from the magazine are put up on our website, only select ones here and there. Otherwise, subscribers would wonder why they're subscribing - does that make sense? The Fillet of Beef With Roasted Garlic Bearnaise from the Dec/Jan 1994 issue was never put up online.

You may want to try one of these other similar recipes on our website:

http://houseandhome.com/food/recipes/glazed-medallions-mushrooms-recipe-0

http://houseandhome.com/food/recipes/ginger-beef-recipe

http://houseandhome.com/food/recipes/bourbon-flank-steak-chipotle-pepper

Your other option is to purchase another copy of the Dec/Jan 1994 issue from our circulation department. Readers often do this when they've misplaced an issue or want to purchase one for a friend. Please email Siu Fan Young Tai at syoungtai [at] hhmedia.com.

Because of copy rights, we're unable to send readers PDFs of certain pages, sorry!

I hope this helps.

Please let me know if you have any additional questions, and I would be happy to help.

Gwen McAuley (gmcauley at hhmedia.com)

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