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Sunday Supper

Friday 13 January 2012 . (0)

Asian Poached Seafood

I am always looking for fast ways to make fish delicious.  This meal was one that came together out of necessity based on what I had in the fridge. Yup. Lame, lazy become great in 10 minutes flat.  The Asian flavors really set the slaw off nicely and the mango in ...

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Mediterranean Stuffed Sole

Monday 2 January 2012 . (0)

TweetWhile comfort foods are what we crave this time of year, we are also looking for something super healthy to get us back on track. Fortunately these two things can be achieved with this one outstanding dish.  Full of satisfying flavors, this recipe uses pantry items such as jarred roasted red peppers and artichokes that are easy to. Continue Reading…

PanFried Turmeric Fish

Friday 2 December 2011 . (0)

TweetPan-Fried Turmeric Fish Fish, no matter how you slice it, is a superior protein.  What fat it contains is the omega 3 good kind that lubricates your joints plus it is quick to cook. Yet another study came out this week outlining that consuming fish once a week protects your brain. The added bonus with. Continue Reading…

Low Fat Creamy Sauce

Monday 28 November 2011 . (0)

TweetNutritional yeast is extremely high in B vitamins, the nutrients that (among many other things) help us to digest carbohydrates. The proper digestion of carbs is the secret of boundless energy. Simply put, more B vitamins equals more energy. The selenium in nutritional yeast is both liver protective and cancer preventative.  Pretty good for teaspoon. Continue Reading…

The Global Meatball

Monday 3 October 2011 . (2)

TweetThe meatball may be humble, but it certainly is a versatile morsel of goodness.  Whether you use ground beef, pork, lamb, turkey, elk or a combination, you can add any flavour you want to produce a meatball  with global flair.  Not only are the  flavour combinations endless, so too are the culinary uses for a meatball.  I’ve. Continue Reading…

Savour the Taste of Summer

Monday 12 September 2011 . (0)

TweetWell, we are well into September, back to school, back to routine, but really we have 2 weeks of summer left!  Although I feel the inklings of the fabulous fall flavours seeping back into my tastebuds, I figured why not savour the last few morsels of summer goodness.  Local tomatoes and cucumbers are still around. Continue Reading…

Chimichurri Sauce

Monday 29 August 2011 . (0)

TweetThe most difficult part of preparing this recipe is making the Chimichurri sauce, and trust me it’s not that difficult, and well worth pulling out the food processor.  Chimichurri has its roots in Argentina and is traditionally served with grilled meats.  Similar to an Italian pesto, but without the nuts and cheese, this condiment stores well in. Continue Reading…

Grilled Shrimp with Quinoa And Roasted Peppers

Monday 29 August 2011 . (0)

TweetThis meal uses the very versatile Chimichurri sauce.  Chimichurri has its roots in Argentina and is traditionally served with grilled meats.  Similar to an Italian pesto, but without the nuts and cheese, this condiment stores well in the fridge and will knock your taste buds into high gear! Use it to marinade the shrimp, use leftovers on top. Continue Reading…

Caribbean Pork Tenderloin

Tuesday 19 July 2011 . (1)

TweetCaribbean  Pork Tenderloin When I make this recipe, I make three or four batches and freeze the remaining in separate bags. That way, a last minute bbq is only a thaw away.  Once cooked, it is wonderfully versatile as a Second Supper….as a wrap, in a salad… SERVES 4-6 PREPARATION TIME 11 MINUTES 1 tsp. Continue Reading…

 

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