Making your own ricotta cheese is so easy, I wish I’d started doing it long ago. For someone who does a lot of baking & cooking of Italian recipes, it should’ve been a no-brainer! Better late than never.
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!
Reviewing a cookbook is not something I often do, but having totally fallen in love with this incredible one I have to share it with you! Against the Grain: extraordinary gluten free recipes made from real, all natural ingredients, is by Nancy Cain, and published in 2015. Also the owner of Against the […]
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 […]
Smooth, light, yet full of peanut taste, this delightful mousse brings back memories of a luscious pie I made years ago, aptly named Peanut Butter Fudge Pie. It was a no-bake, rich pie and one of the most popular desserts at the Chinese Laundry Café, formerly in Kingston, ON. […]
Sweet, tart, and with flaky gluten free pastry, this is everything you want in a lemon-based dessert. Absolutely delicious, this recipe is a snap to put together, using a food processor for both the base and the filling. Talk about convenience! If you can’t find Meyer lemons, a cross between a […]