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BLACKBERRY JAM

I have just spent the most amazing week at Cortes Island  on our beautiful West Coast. *See pictures below. Blackberries were everywhere you looked so we picked a ton. Blackberry Jam was on my list of things to make with our … FIND OUT MORE

29th August 2019 No Comments

CREAMY ZUCCHINI PASTA CARBONARA

    Who needs pasta? For all those carbonara lovers out there try this delicious, healthy alternative using zucchini pasta. This recipe is super delicious and creamy but you will never experience the typical bloating or sluggishness after eating regular … FIND OUT MORE

23rd July 2019 No Comments

MEDITERRANEAN PASTA SALAD

Well summer is finally here with warmer days, parties and picnics. I have 2 special parties coming up, a birthday party for my oldest grandson and a “Welcome Home” Party for my oldest daughter and family who are moving home … FIND OUT MORE

10th June 2019 No Comments

CURRIED CAULIFLOWER CHOWDER

The other day my “sister in law”, Laurie Hancox and I were visiting with my daughter and our special step mum, Joy. Laurie had just arrived from her home in California and I was excited to see her.Laurie brought us … FIND OUT MORE

6th May 2019 No Comments

EASY MEXICAN TACO CASSEROLE

    Just in time to celebrate Cinco de Mayo, this EASY MEXICAN TACO CASSEROLE makes a super fast and easy supper on a busy weeknight. It uses 2 cups of cooked Mexican Pepper Rice (recipe following) that you could … FIND OUT MORE

3rd May 2019 No Comments

COCONUT CORN PUDDING

If you are looking for a fun new recipe to add some pizzaz to meals you must try my super easy Southern Coconut Corn Pudding.   Corn is a staple ingredient in Southern kitchens, as they love casseroles, plus it’s … FIND OUT MORE

9th April 2019 No Comments

IRISH MULLIGATAWNY SOUP

HAPPY ST. PATRICK’S DAY Top of the morning to ya!! It’s St. Patrick’s Day today and to honour the occasion (and part of my heritage) I decided to create a traditional Irish dish-Mulligatawny Soup. Some say that Mulligatawny soup was … FIND OUT MORE

20th March 2019 No Comments

SMOKED CHOWDER

With our weather turning really cold early this February I was in the mood for a steaming bowl of smoked chowder. Looking in my cupboards to see what chowder ingredients I might have, I found a couple of cans of … FIND OUT MORE

20th March 2019 No Comments

Oven Roasted Ratatouille

I normally make Ratatouille in the summertime when zucchini and tomatoes are ripening on our garden. The other day I was on my friend, Dr. Anna’s website and found her delicious post for a winter version of ratatouille. After trying … FIND OUT MORE

26th January 2019 No Comments

WINTER VEGGIE CHILI

There is nothing nicer on a cold winter’s evening than a bowl of steaming hot chili, with all the accompaniments. I wanted to create a new recipe for chili that would be completely vegetarian and free of dairy and gluten … FIND OUT MORE

16th January 2019 No Comments