The history of Red Velvet Cake is a highly debated one which is brilliantly explained by Kim Seversen in the food section of The New York Times. I have never been a great fan of…
This is a quick and easy dessert that can be made with Passion Fruit or any other citrus fruit that is lying around in the kitchen.
This is a wonderful brunch option if all you have are stale pieces of pain au chocolat or any other bread in the kitchen and a few eggs and milk in the fridge.
A little creativity can go a long way.
This is a great option for using up avocados that are passing their prime. The added fruity flavour boosts from the pomegranate arils are a lovely surprise.
A great clean out the fridge of any roasted vegetables that might be hanging around. I often change the flavours by adding different fresh herbs and cheeses.
Bacon and eggs in another form….our favorite go-to meal when all else fails. I am often quite liberal with this pasta so I sometimes add parsley as I love anything green!
As a child, we use to have a massive Easter egg hunt culminating in baskets overflowing with chocolate eggs from Laura Secord…I mean the Easter bunny! Needless to say, we were never allowed to eat…
This is a great go-to dessert recipe when guests are coming and you have do not have much time to bake. Creating individual desserts with a lovely selection of berries on the side makes for an impressive finale to any meal.
As my freezer fills with odds and ends of fruit and vegetables, I have decided to branch out and create other recipes from leftovers, which does not involve a freezer. Since I have lemons growing…
When I see jars of lemon curd lined up on grocery shelves, I wonder if they could ever equal the flavours from this recipe. All it takes is 20 minutes for a lemony tart goodness that can be added to so many desserts.