I find nuts and bolts a great treat to have out on the table as the sweets come out in force at Christmas, and after your umpteenth Christmas function, most people have reached their sugar limit. I have to admit
I wanted to make my pumpkin pie for Thanksgiving this year and being lactose intolerant, I set out to make my own sweet and condensed milk for it. After trying a couple of recipes it looks like this ratio of milk
We recently tried one of those meal kit services and one of the dinners was chicken in creamy gochujang sauce. I was instantly addicted and love to toss meat of all kinds in it or even just scoop on rice.
I adore eggnog and being lactose-intolerant doesn’t help the situation any. Thankfully I made Alton Brown’s Aged Eggnog this year, and let me tell you it’s every eggnog lovers dream! Aged eggnog packs a punch with three types of liquor
Dalgona coffee (whipped coffee) is the latest craze and has it’s origins in Macau, India and Pakistan. Although I’m not usually one to follow the trends that go whipping by (pun not 100% intended), if it involves coffee I am
I first had German Mulled Wine (also known as Gluehwein) at the Christmas Market this winter. I actually had it somewhat by mistake as one of the friends we were touring the market with, couldn’t finish her gluehwein, so I
Nothing smells better or tastes better than a loaf of homemade sourdough bread! Cutting a slice, toasting it lightly, and then filling all those airy holes with butter, is a tiny piece of heaven. I’ve mentioned in a few of
This simple and plain white bread is for the bread machine. Nothing smells better than bread baking, especially on a wintery snowy day! True, those kinds of days are rarer when you live in the warmest place in Canada. But