Every once in a while a recipe idea pops into my head that I can’t seem to let go of. This one all started with the strawberry mint smoothie I was having for breakfast.
Last week I decided I was going to make some cookies. I don’t make cookies very often, unless it’s Christmas. Mostly, because I would devour all of them in a couple of days.
I’ve seen a couple of blogs and videos lately on the importance of home cooking and how it’s one of the simplest things you can do to improve your health.
Usually when I make Pork Tenderloin, I don’t really do a lot to it. I marinate it for a few hours in a mixture that includes orange juice and soy sauce and then roast it for about 45 minutes.
Saturday night at our house is usually appetizer night. I love appetizers. I like that I can try a few different things instead of having to choose only one thing for dinner.
This is a recipe I’ve made a few different times. Every time I make it, I tweak it a little bit, so this is just the latest version.
You don’t have to cook fancy or complicated masterpieces, just good food from fresh ingredients – Julia Child
This has become my mantra over the past week.
Every recipe starts out as an experiment for me. Often, I’m trying to see how healthy and flavourful I can make something and still have my kids eat it.
As a parent of two children, I need to have healthy, grab-and-go snacks on hand.
With the opening of the Olympics last week, I decided to host an opening ceremonies party. It only seemed natural that the food would celebrate several of the countries from around the world.
These lettuce wraps are my husbands favourite. I’ve been making them for several years now, but he still requests them for dinner almost every week. Enjoy!
1 lbs Ground Turkey
I’m still undecided about whether this recipe would be better as an appetizer or as dessert. Either way, it’s delicious and really simple to make.
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