The tomatoes seem early this year? In fact I can’t ever recall making sauce this early in August, yet here I am with bushels of tomatoes that need to be turned into delicious homemade sauce and salsa. There’s been a couple of different recipes for sauce over the years, and this one is always met with great fanfare from my family. INGREDIENTS 20 lb tomatoes (about 60 medium Roma are great but most will do) […]
Who doesn’t love shortbread? Add a little icing to the top and not only are they festive but downright delicious!
I think more than Pumpkin Spice the true herald of fall is the re-emergence of squash soups. The most coveted of course being the time honoured butternut squash soup. It’s a personal favourite and you sprinkle a little goat cheese on top and man oh man, it’s heaven. Here’s my recipe for a creamy treat that could replace turkey any day. Ingredients 1 medium butternut squash, peeled and cut into 1-inch cubes 1 tablespoon olive
You would think I’d be all Turkey’d out after the weekend but I’m not. I always cook a bird much bigger than I need to so that I can turn the left overs into turkey soup and more importantly TURKEY POT PIE!! It is my family’s absolute most favourite Thanksgiving left over. Personally I make my own crust but the frozen store bought variety are a good cheat. Just make sure you pick up four
Nothing is better than a recipe that is only 2 steps. Basil is very easy to grow in your garden or in containers and a fabulous addition to many meals. This is a great recipe borrowed from the BBC Good Food website Ingredients 50g pine nuts large bunch of basil 50g parmesan (or vegetarian alternative) 150ml olive oil, plus extra for storing 2 garlic cloves Method Heat a small frying pan over a low heat.