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So I did a Alberta Beef Roast.
I just took a roast and put it in the crock pot with some spices and a little red wine. I cooked it all day.
The big thing in Alberta is alberta beef, we are really proud of our beef and export worldwide.
I also made bruschetta from all locally grown ingredients (Except for the seasonings) It is 2 different types of tomatoes and olive oil and little balsamic vinager and spices. The bread is from a bakery down the street.
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Living in Apple Country, I just had to do something with apples. Homemade Apple Butter was a staple growing up. However, I had never made it myself. This recipe is good, but I think I'll cut back the sugar next time (or use tarter apples).
Living in a town once called the apple capital of the world, I pretty much had to make something with apples. I went with apple dumplings since they'd been on my to-do list for a long time anyway.
Below are the recipes for the dough and for the dumplings. I followed it all pretty closely, and they came out great! Be warned, though; a wonderful apple dumpling is wasted in a thoroughly-burned mouth.