If summer is the time for simple cooking, then this smooth and elegant dessert that takes mere minutes on the stove, is the epitome of warm weather desserts!
Umami defined, from cookthink.com: The tastes of sweet, salty, bitter and sour are familiar, but there is a fifth taste we can perceive with our tongue. Called umami, its taste has been described as rounded, rich and savoury. Of the five tastes, umami (a Japanese-coined name) is our favourite to think […]
There are two theories that I wholeheartedly endorse when it comes to being in the kitchen: simple usually is best if you do some prep ahead, you’ll eat better (and in this case drink better!) Lemon Simple Syrup is a variation of simple syrup: where sugar and […]
Don’t you love recipes that take an ordinary ingredient and turn it into something extraordinary? I think you’re going to feel the same about this bright & interesting salad that features humble carrots, from the LCBO’s Food & Drink Magazine.
The classic taste of peanut butter and chocolate combine in these easy to make, yet rich truffles that are the happy result of playing with this peanut butter mousse.
Calling all peanut lovers! This easy, zippy peanut sauce from Bon Appétit is full of flavour and an absolutely delicious addition to many savoury dishes on your dinner table.
Why make your own mustard, you might wonder…? turkey burger with mustard, provolone, sautéed peppers & onions on a toasted bun (use a GF bun if needed)
There are times when you come across a recipe idea that’s so awesome, it grabs your imagination and you just have to run with it. Have to! That was the case with this adaptation of I wish it were spring rolls from Halifax blogger I Say Nomato which did indeed grab my interest […]
Everybody loves coleslaw as a side dish, and we’re getting to that time of year when it will be in high demand for all types of outdoor eating. From back yard barbecues to picnics in the park, this tasty coleslaw, not as heavy as those with mayo, and will also […]