So I was walking through the grocery store one day and walked by a row of tomato sauce jars. Then I paused and walked back. One of the jars was puttanesco sauce. It looked dark, rich, and very tasty. But
Inspired by one of my favourite shows: Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives! These Turkish meaty delights have a few variations on their spelling: Kebab, kabab, kebob, kabob. Anyway you say it or spell it, they still taste good. Sometimes wrapped around
I saw a recipe for mushroom sauce made with red wine in the The New Professional Chef: Culinary Institute of America cookbook, and wanted to make some for the london broil I was cooking. The sauces in the cookbook can be quite
The Hubby and I hit the States last Friday and stopped in at one of our favourite grocery stores. They not only seem to have great deals on meat, but they carry bottles of cold brew coffee that I love. The
When it hits the summer highs and becomes like a broiler outside, the last thing I want to do is boot up an oven or eat anything heavy. I want something that is fresh, crispy, and quick. My general slaw
This batch of lemon curd was intended to be filling madeleines, but I found that there wasn’t enough being injected into the cookie. As a filling for a cupcake or spread on a piece of toast, it would be stellar.
Tonight I made scotch eggs and thought I’d pull out an old recipe and make my homemade ketchup into some curry ketchup. There are sugar-free ketchups out there, but sometimes it’s nice to have a touch of homemade. To make
So awhile ago, we picked up some Korean noodle packs. They are basically ichiban noodles with different packaging. As they were on sale (something like 12 packs for $3), we grabbed enough to last us until the apocalypse. After trying