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A handful of years ago I entered a contest using B.C. Warba Potatoes. I was inspired, I was intrigued and I ca
Posted 9 days ago
Salads are one of those meals you can enjoy any time of the year. A versatile dish you can change up with the
Posted 18 days ago
Meals come together quickly when you use the broil feature in your oven. Our simple Sheet Pan Chicken Fajitas
Posted 1 month ago
Fall has always been my favourite time of the year. From the colours, to the crisp air, to the rustic baking a
Posted 1 month ago
I have a confession, I am a meal planner. Some weeks more than others, but I can not get through a week not kn
Posted 2 months ago
It's that time of the year where our summer days are becoming shorter and there is a cool crispness to the eve
Posted 3 months ago
Pepperoni Pizza Wraps are one of those fun recipes I've been making for years, and one that my son asks for al
Posted 3 months ago
When my parents bought property and built a house, they planted fruit trees, berry bushes, constructed a green
Posted 3 months ago
Our final recipe for Pork Month in June in collaboration with Sunterra Market involves utilizing one of their
Posted 4 months ago
Continuing on with our salute to Pork Month with Sunterra Market, we are moving on to a different cut of pork
Posted 5 months ago
While most of the school year tends to be busy, we really gear up in May and June. The kids are already in act
Posted 5 months ago
There's no doubt about it, summer took a long time to get here. Officially it's still Spring, I know, but when
Posted 6 months ago
There's something to be said about roasting more than one chicken at a time or in our case buying two rotisser
Posted 8 months ago
Through my 12 year journey of food blogging, I have learned a lot about food, about people and food, unusual f
Posted 9 months ago
Inspired by a trip recently to our local Italian Store and an abundance of bright fresh smelling citrus, plus
Posted 10 months ago
January is soup month and a great reason for those of who live in colder climates like us (think Canada cold)
Posted 10 months ago
Happy week before Christmas food friends! I planned out our meals this week with as little cooking as possible
Posted 10 months ago
The holidays are busy whether you are expecting guests or plan on traveling during the season. One of the best
Posted 11 months ago
If you were a child who grew up in the 1970s, you might remember these luscious little devils adorning platter
Posted 1 year ago
Bits and Bites are one of those classic and tasty snacks many of us remember munching on as kids. My family di
Posted 1 year ago
Cedar planks are a great tool to use when grilling salmon, however if you don't have one, don't worry. Tin foi
Posted 1 year ago
Fresh mozzarella and ripe summer tomatoes are a annual favourite in this house. With this recipe we went all l
Posted 1 year ago
B.C. Blueberries are one of my most favourite things about summer. While there are many things to get excited
Posted 1 year ago
For two years I've been a part of an online cookbook club on Instagram. Each month the cookbook club creator a
Posted 1 year ago
One of the best thing about being in a cookbook club with those who love to cook from all over the world, is y
Posted 1 year ago
I recently met with the owner of a local grilled cheese restaurant who approximately one year ago closed her f
Posted 1 year ago
Dublin Coddle is not a term you hear every day. Unless you are Irish or from Dublin. The first time I heard it
Posted 1 year ago
Food hacks are everywhere these days. On food shows and in my social media feeds with captions like "55 food h
Posted 1 year ago
Chicken pot pie wasn't something my mom made much of when we were growing up, however she did make a mean beef
Posted 1 year ago
A popular potluck item for decades, broken glass jello is an easy, pretty and show stopping dessert to make fo
Posted 1 year ago
Couscous, a North African dish of small steamed balls of semolina is considered to be a pasta. It's also a gra
Posted 1 year ago
We have a student from Spain (small town near Madrid) living with us for the school year and of course attendi
Posted 1 year ago
A new year means healthier eating right? But what about the cookies? With resolutions of healthier eating it's
Posted 1 year ago
Ras el Hanout is an aromatic spice blend common in Moroccan cooking. The name in Arabic means "head of the sho
Posted 1 year ago
In our cook it once, eat it 2-3 times series, we have our 3rd meal using the Slow Cooker Beer Pulled Pork we c
Posted 1 year ago
My late Uncle lived in San Diego most of his life following his term in the War and it was one of my favourite
Posted 1 year ago