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Grilled Asparagus

Grilled Asparagus

With Lemon Vinaifrette And Pancetta

Posted on January 27, 2014

This asparagus may be stewed in its own juices, but it’s far from being bitter about it.

Sorry. I totally had to do that. Don’t know why. Really though, very tasty side dish. The pancetta lends a posh feel that really snazzes up a meal. You could serve this with a simple grilled chicken breast or pork chop and people would be all “what’s the occasion?”.  What simple dish do you make that has people thinking they’re getting the star treatment? Leave a comment below and tell us about your best – simple recipes.

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Crispy Roast Potatoes

Crispy Roast Potatoes

In Goose Fat

Posted on January 27, 2014

*This recipe is fantastic. Just toss it on the grill with your meat and let it go. As long as you’re doing a grill bake or a plank, these will come out golden brown and crunchy on the outside and fluffy on the inside.

Sometimes simple is the best, and these are super simple. An homage to the delicious roasted potatoes that my Grandmothers make. The goose fat really adds a nearly creamy quality to the flavour. In fact, you could pretty much get away without seasoning the potatoes, except for a little bit of salt to finish them off. Leave a comment and tell us about your favourite dish that only Grandparents, parents or even your significant others can make. The recipes that only they seem to do right.

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Buffalo Turkey

Buffalo Turkey

With Pots & Peas

Posted on December 30, 2013
I’m serving this at my New Year’s party. Didn’t get to hang out with the friends over Christmas break, and really wanted to have a dinner with them. Well this is the next best thing. My first run through I served this as a full on dinner. But next time I am going to do the bite sized appetizer. What are you doing for New Years? Leave a comment below, email or Facebook and tell us all about your plans.
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Ghost Pepper Salsa

Ghost Pepper Salsa

Ohhh! Tingly

Posted on December 09, 2013

I want to warn you, though, please make sure that you wear gloves when chopping the pepper, and when you're cleaning up. The capsaicin in these is intense. You may even want to consider a mask while working with them. I got it on my hands while cleaning up the dishes. Not nearly as horrific experience as when I chopped a scotch bonnet bare handed, but my fingers are tingly and tight today.

It's that time of year, the squirrels are making caches of food for the winter, and so do a lot of us, myself included. Tell us about your favourite food to make in bulk and store for later! Leave a comment below.

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Ghost Pepper Chili

Ghost Pepper Chili

So good it's spooky!

Posted on November 19, 2013

NOTE:

If you don’t have a slow cooker, do not fear. You can use a big pot and simmer your chili on medium-low for 6+ hours.

No beans about it. There are no beans in this chili. It’s got plenty of protein from that awesome shredded stewing beef. This is a fantastic freezer meal too! Portion it out to single serves – you get about 10 from this – or you can put it into big tubs for family food night!

This is my first time working with a super hot pepper. I was a little leery after my first time working with scotch bonnets. I thought it went well. Have you ever had a hot pepper mishap? What happened? Leave a comment below to tell us all about it! OR Tell us what you made with Ghost Peppers and how it turned out!

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Autumn Slaw

Autumn Slaw

With Carrots Parsnips & Onions

Posted on November 12, 2013
Autumn Slaw is a simple salad that uses the available ingredients of the season. If you like a little pizzaz you can also add apple to the mix as well. Serve this with something really hearty, like Barbecue Beef Sandwiches for a real good meal.
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Jalapeno Poppers

Jalapeno Poppers

Stuffed With Sausage

Posted on October 28, 2013
I actually made these for a Halloween party over the weekend. It was spooky how quickly they disappeared. I didn’t have a grilling plank, so I sliced them in half and grill-baked them. These Sausage Stuffed Jalapeño Poppers also went well with home made salsa. But however you eat them, you will love them. Leave a comment and tell us how your Jalapeño Poppers turned out. What was the occasion that you served them for?
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Grill Roasted Head of Cauliflower

Grill Roasted Head of Cauliflower

Serves A Crowd

Posted on October 12, 2013
Need an easy side dish to feed a crowd? How about a grill roasted head of cauliflower! This came out fantastic and you can put just about anything you...
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Easy Eggs

Easy Eggs

World Egg Day 2013

Posted on October 11, 2013
Hello hungry people!Today is World Egg Day. This day was initially conceived of by the International Egg Commission in 1996, but is something worth ce...
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Poached Pear Crisp

Poached Pear Crisp

An Autumn Dessert

Posted on September 28, 2013
I was inspired by a photograph on Pinterest when I contemplated this recipe. I started with research into poached pears. I would have just grabbed the common Bartlet pear for this recipe. But thanks to the author and blogger David Lebovitz, who explained in delicious detail, how to properly poach a pear for the best results I chose Bosk. Thus informed and inspired I set out to make a delicious fall dessert. Something that would warm me up and make me smile even though the weather has turned cold. Tell us about your favourite fall dessert in the comments section below!
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