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Roasted Garlic Alfredo

Roasted Garlic Alfredo

Creamy Pasta For A Meatless Monday

Posted on May 05, 2014
Roasted Garlic Alfredo is a lighter way to have a rich and creamy alfredo dish without the heavy cream. I lightened this meal up, but feel free to go nuts with the cream and such. I won’t judge. But remember to add some green veggies, or peppers, not only for colour but for some texture too.
Posted in: Miscellaneous
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Blood Orange Salmon

Blood Orange Salmon

Roasted On A Plank

Posted on April 24, 2014
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This was such a beautiful looking meal, I almost hated to eat it. Then I realized that I was famished and devoured it with the fervour of my chubby cat, Hubert, who insists we don’t feed him. Basically I attacked this dinner and relished every moment of the flaky, meaty, deliciousness. What have you cooked that you almost didn’t want to eat because it was so beautiful?
Posted in: Seafood
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Super Garlicky Thai Chicken

Super Garlicky Thai Chicken

Such Spicy Garlic

Posted on April 21, 2014
Basically this chicken is ready for anything once it comes off the grill. I served it with leftovers, but I could have totally eaten it over rice or in a wrap, even on a salad. OHHH I am so making Super Garlicky Thai Chicken again and putting it in/on/with something different. What's your favorite grilled food that you can put in or on or with anything? Share your recipe with a photo on the recipe blog. We'd love to try it!
Posted in: Poultry
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Brown Sugar & Ginger Roasted Carrots

Brown Sugar & Ginger Roasted Carrots

Posted on April 17, 2014
Both of these dishes are on the menu for at least one family meal a year, of not several (read all). And for the most part, these dishes have been made in the same way for at least 3 generations. I have changed them to go on the grill, but they're essentially the same. What I want to know is, what dish do you make that has been passed down from generation to generation? Have you changed it or is it the same? Leave a comment in the comments below and tell us about your classic family recipe.
Posted in: Veggie & Fruit
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Stout & Chocolate Cheesecake

Stout & Chocolate Cheesecake

With Candied Bacon

Posted on April 17, 2014

Basically I saw this and said the words Stout & Chocolate Cheesecake With Candied Bacon to my husband, the Baron of Baking. Stunned, he stopped everything and slowly turned to me. “Yes” was all he whispered.

That was how this started. Literally seeing the name of this heavenly delight, that is in no way healthy to be honest, and hearing the one word whispered. An affirmation that my husband and I were meant to be. We share a love for bacon, and cheesecake, and chocolate. Yep. I love to cook, he loves to eat. I think I am getting off topic here…

I didn’t exactly have a recipe to start with, so I went with a couple of my favorite recipes and this is what happened.

Posted in: Desserts
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Lemon Thyme Roast Chicken

Lemon Thyme Roast Chicken

On A Beer Can

Posted on April 07, 2014
Dinner was served family style, in candlelight to celebrate Earth Hour. Fingers and candlelight. It was a small chicken but it made plenty. Unfortunately, it wouldn't fit on my chicken roaster, so I had to get creative. I cut a beer can in half, then folded it into a cone shape to slide the bird on. This chicken was so moist that when breaking it down, I literally pulled the thigh meat off the leg bones just by accident!
Posted in: Poultry
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Leftover Chicken Potstickers

Leftover Chicken Potstickers

With Caramelized Shallots

Posted on April 07, 2014
Leftover Chicken Potstickers are a great way to use the leftover chicken from the Lemon Thyme Roasted Chicken you made. Add some caramelized shallots and some Sriracha and dip them in Tentsuyu (a mixture of dashi, soy sauce and mirin). These make a great appetizer.
Posted in: Poultry
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Open-Face Chicken Breast Sandwich

Open-Face Chicken Breast Sandwich

with Cucumber and Tomato Salsa

Posted on April 03, 2014

Grilled chicken is a healthy way to have your meat and eat it too. Placing it on a toasted baguette smothered in garlic butter and topped with melted cheese? So very tasty! Add the cucumber and tomato salsa and you have a well rounded meal fit for a king.

Posted in: Poultry
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Smoked Date Squares

Smoked Date Squares

Sweet Snack Food

Posted on April 01, 2014
Smoked Date Squares are a hefty, coffee cake-like delicacy with a satisfying finish. Add a little smoke and you have a grilled delight that is sure to please. You want to use apple, cherry or maple for the smoking because of the sweet qualities of the smoke they produce. The rest of this comes together fairly quickly, and goes the same way. Once sliced and served, it will go fast. The only thing I found odd about these Smoked Date Squares was that they retained their heat for quite some time. I am talking they were still warm 4 or so hours later! (I was letting them cool on the counter)
Posted in: Desserts
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Cake Pops

Cake Pops

on the Grill

Posted on April 01, 2014
As you know, I love to make things for others’. When there’s an opportunity, say a birthday, then I am right there with some creation that makes people smile. So when it was a co-worker’s birthday, I decided to try my hand at making Cake Pops. I must say, I was a little apprehensive at first, considering my first attempt (I admit it) did not go well indeed. …in fact neither did my second attempt. But you know what they say. “Third time’s the charm”. And charmed it was. They were a big hit! Delicious and fudgey, they turned out pretty fantastic. Here’s how I made Cake Pops on the grill.
Posted in: Desserts
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