These Walnut Cream Cheese tea sandwiches would be a welcome addition to an Afternoon Tea, Bridal shower or picnic. Elegant and tasty!
This dish has a lot of flavour with only a small number of ingredients, and ingredients you likely have in your pantry. One of the things I noticed travelling in France and Italy is that many dishes they serve have only a few ingredients, but they choose the ingredients carefully. This recipe is Greek inspired and it goes well with this Greek Salad with Creamy Feta Dressing recipe and roasted or boiled baby potatoes. Continue reading “Greek Chicken with Roasted Lemon, Olives and Capers”
Now you can make these Bar-B-Barn Copy Cat Ribs at home! The Bar B Barn has been a Montreal tradition for years. If you have ever had their ribs you won’t forget them! And…did you know you can make ribs in 1 hour? Well – you can. Continue reading “Bar-B-Barn Copy Cat Ribs”
This is one of my favourite rib recipes. There is just something about the essence of tequila going on here that goes so well with grilled corn and slaw!
I keep prodding myself to experiment with new recipes and not to get ‘set in my ways’ but honestly…when you have found the perfect recipe for your tastes why mess around with it????
This Champagne Chicken is my new go-to recipe for entertaining! It is so easy but looks so elegant and tastes so incredible. What a bang for your buck! Continue reading “Champagne Chicken”
This Garlic Goat Cheese Souffle makes a lovely light lunch or dinner. It is perfect with a side salad or some green vegetables. The goat cheese and broiled cheese topping complement the sides as well. Continue reading “Garlic Goat Cheese Souffle”
I wish I had understood the value of a real veal stock much earlier in my cooking career! I am in love with real stock. Let’s face it – we put a lot of time and effort into many of the dishes we create for friends and family. I was often irritated that I couldn’t quite get that same umami level you get in a good restaurant. Well-I finally learned – it is the veal stock!! Continue reading “Veal Stock”