Looking for recipes using local ingredients

The Hastings County Plowmen’s Association and Harvest Hastings are planning a new book of recipes for 2010 featuring local ingredients. Please fill in the recipe sheet below, as we would really like recipes from local residents as well as local farmers.
Please send to:
Kay Summers,
Canterdown,
1351 Highway 37,
RR#1 Corbyville,
On K0K1V0.
bsummersreach.net
(613) 477-2411. Louise Livingstone, 251 Goods Road, RR#2 Stirling, On K0K3E0 louisetubb.ca (613) 395 4388
Hastings County Plowing Match and Harvest Hastings Recipe Sheet.
The category in which your recipe belong:
Appetizers Desserts Salads Soups
Beverages Dressings Sauces Vegetables
Breads Main dishes Side dishes Others
Recipe Title _____________________________________________________________
Your Name ______________________________________________________________
Please print your name exactly as you want it to appear in the cookbook
Recipe ingredients: such include at least one local ingredient
Recipe Directions:_________________________________________________________
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________________________________________________________________________
________________________________________________________________________
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Address_________________________________________________________________
Phone No. ( ) _____________________
Email _____________________________

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