Limoncello is synonymous with spring in Italy. Start this weekend and serve it next weekend! I wish I had known years ago how easy Limoncello is to make at home. Continue reading “How To Make Limoncello”
Limoncello is synonymous with spring in Italy. Start this weekend and serve it next weekend! I wish I had known years ago how easy Limoncello is to make at home. Continue reading “How To Make Limoncello” →
Ideas from great Canadian Food Bloggers for Easter Breakfast, Lunch or Dinner! Pancakes, sandwiches, breads, roasts and bunny and egg inspired desserts! Some international inspiration, vegetarian, vegan, omnivour – a little something for everyone!
It is so hard to catch your avocados at the right stage of ripeness. If you need to hurry some up here is How to Ripen Avocados Same Day. Continue reading “How To Ripen Avocados Same Day” →
2017 has seen a few recipes soar head and shoulders above the others! Here are the most popular recipes on The Wine Lover’s Kitchen for 2017! Continue reading “Most Popular Posts of 2017” →
When our Canadian winter weather showed we were colder than the North Pole I shouldn’t have been surprised when I found myself with 20 pounds of potatoes frozen in my garage cupboard. Continue reading “Can You Cook Accidentally Frozen Potatoes?” →
A Raclette Dinner Party can really take a ‘wine and cheese party’ to a whole new level. If you enjoy a leisurely, informal dining experience with friends then a Raclette dining experience might be just the thing for you. And if you enjoy a good fondue it is definitely for you! Continue reading “How to Host a Raclette Dinner Party” →
When Manuela Zangara was looking for people to review her new cook book ‘Homemade Pasta Made Simple’ I thought ‘Well, I am the perfect candidate to test and review her cookbook because I have tried homemade pasta a couple of times and it was a disaster. So- if I can do it based on her instructions anybody can.’ Continue reading “Cook Book Review: Homemade Pasta Made Simple” →
Here are ideas to brighten up your Easter from super simple with a cookie cutter to more involved bread making. 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” →
There is no doubt that the Irish know their drinks! Beer, whiskey, irish cream-hot, cold, separate- all mixed together! Here is a selection sure to please! Continue reading “A Whole Lotta Irish Drinks” →