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Apple Crumble Quinoatmeal

Apple Crumble Quinoatmeal

Healthy And Delicious

Posted on May 28, 2014
Apple Crumble Quinoatmeal is sweet and packed with protein. It tastes like apple crumble and is a healthy way to get a hot breakfast into your body. Quinoa is one of those foods that has come into the lime light recently. It’s a fantastic grain that packs a protein punch. You can use it for just about anything, like instead of rice, or oatmeal. You want it savory, you want it sweet, it can do both and anything in between.

Basically, I got really bored with the breakfast that I was eating every day. I know, how could I get bored with my homemade granola and fruit and coconut yogurt? So I needed something different. Something that would give me that sweet kick and a punch of protein. Then Apple Crumble Quinoatmeal happened.
Posted in: Veggie & Fruit
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Pulled Pork Poutine

Pulled Pork Poutine

With Baked Potato Fries

Posted on June 10, 2013

It's been a while since I have had poutine. Even longer since I have had poutine this good. The fries were fantastic, though I used too much oil. (Hence the oil speech there at number 5) Basically we had too much oil and would have been just as well to deep fry the potatoes. So if you're trying to at least slightly health-i-fy this recipe, yeah, watch the oil.

The husband and I were very naughty and had this as an entire meal. But it will do nicely for a spectacular side to something a little more on the light end of the food spectrum. A salad and/or fish would be a good accompaniment. Or serve this up in tiny plates for a great appetizer before the main course.

Posted in: Pork
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Simple Smoked Pulled Pork

Simple Smoked Pulled Pork

With Ted Reader's Bone Dust Seasoning and Crazy Canuck Sauce

Posted on July 13, 2012
Pulled pork doesn't have to be overly complicated. Use your favorite seasoning and smoke low and slow until the shoulder blade slips out of the meat without force. A beautiful bark makes the perfect counterpoint to the sweet porkiness of the meat with its salty crunchiness. Learn more about making bark in our blog article here. Don't forget the perfect complimentary sauce. We're very fond of Ted Reader's Crazy Canuck.  
Posted in: Pork
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Sweet and Spicy Chicken Wings

Sweet and Spicy Chicken Wings

A Game Night Food Must

Posted on December 20, 2011
Be it game night, movie night, or just a fun night, there are only three finger foods that rule. Pizza, ribs or wings. And, like ribs, there are a million million different ways to prepare these beauties. This recipe is but one delicious way to get the wing-job done. It may be that you have to double this up, because everyone who tastes these will be back for more!
Posted in: Poultry
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Basic Brine Recipe

Basic Brine Recipe

Posted on June 28, 2011

Brines are not quite marinades, but more of a salty solution that helps keep the moisture in meats that typically dry out during the grilling process. This is a popular solution for turkey and pork.

The things to remember about using brine are;

  • Always rinse then pat dry the meat before cooking
  • Use a container that is big enough to fully submerge your meat, but not so big that it is allowed to float
  • A general rule is 1/2 quart (1/2 litre) per 1/2 lb of meat
Posted in: Miscellaneous
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Cabbage Rolls

Cabbage Rolls

on the Grill

Posted on June 08, 2011
I have been wanting to try Cabbage Rolls forever. I somehow have never gotten around to it. But I have a recipe that can be done on the grill so I am going to go for it and let you know what happens. Try it with me, tell me your results.
Posted in: Veggie & Fruit
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