Crepes were the ‘original’ wraps well before Asian cuisine became familiar to us. These easy Chicken Crepes elevate your leftover chicken to new heights! Continue reading “Chicken in White Wine Crepes”
This Fresh Corn Risotto is a great way to take advantage of corn season. The Salsa requires a lot of different herbs which are also at their peak in corn season so it is a perfect match! Continue reading “Fresh Corn Risotto with Shrimp and Salsa Verde”
This dish is a lightened version of risotto and it doesn’t compromise one bit on flavor! It uses a mixture of arborio rice and finely chopped cauliflower and you cook it as you would a risotto. Continue reading “Yummy Healthy Cauliflower Risotto”
This amazing chowder tastes like the sea-side! It makes a meal on its own with a buttered roll. You can make it stove top or in your slow cooker. The lobster and the sherry make it elegant enough to serve as a casual holiday meal.
This dressing gives a hint of Italian fare to your holiday meal. It is much lighter tasting than the traditional bread, onion, celery, sage combination. There is a bit of wine in the mix which surprisingly adds a bit of liveliness to the dish. Continue reading “Corn Bread Dressing”
This recipe is adapted from a recipe in The Dave Nichol Cookbook. The cookbook used to feature the President’s Choice Brand of various products. They used to have hundreds and hundreds of products but it seems they have discontinued a large number of them and just kept the best selling items. Too bad…they were quite adventurous and good quality products. Continue reading “Garlic Goat Cheese Souffle”