I have a new favourite canapé! Spicy shrimp on a sesame puff pastry base – so easy to make but your guests will never guess! Continue reading “Firecracker Shrimp Canapés”
Northwestern US and Rosés are the stand outs of this this release. Bring on the patio weather and uncork a rosé! Chardonnay and Rosé cellar suggestions this release are a change up from the typical reds varietals. Continue reading “Wine Picks LCBO Release April 29, 2017”
This is my new favourite way to cook salmon…there is something about bourbon and hoisin that is pretty unforgettable. This Bourbon Hoisin Salmon makes a memorable meal for entertaining with only 3 ingredients! Continue reading “Bourbon Hoisin Salmon”
Four ingredients and 50 minutes for an unforgettable dish perfect for entertaining. Does it get any better than that?
This Garlic Steamed Broccoli is a great side dish for an Asian inspired menu. The sesame oil and toasted sesame seeds give it a nutty, rich taste. Continue reading “Garlic Steamed Broccoli”
Amazing what you can do with flour, sugar and butter! Okay- add a bit of yeast, milk and eggs.. still pretty much ingredients you would have in your pantry at any time. Continue reading “Streuselkuchen”
The artichoke and goat cheese filling and a touch of roasted pepper make these chicken breasts moist and flavourful. Continue reading “Artichoke, Goat Cheese Stuffed Chicken Breasts”
Easter decorations and speciality food items are all over the Internet now, from decorating trees with eggs, decorating eggs to decorating food. The good news is you can go as simple or as elaborate as suits your time and budget.
Here are a few ways to increase the bunny quotient! Continue reading “Tips to Up Your Easter Game”
This is an ethnic treat. Pashka means Easter in Russian and is used to describe both the bread and sweet cheese that is an Easter tradition. Continue reading “Pashka (Easter Cheese)”