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Broccoli, Beef Fry and Shallot Potato Salad

Broccoli, Beef Fry and Shallot Potato Salad

September 29, 2016 | 0 Comments

There was a time that I planned our entire weekly menu based around this blog. I had a wall covered in post-it notes, an editorial calendar and I checked my stats multiple times a day....

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Kosher poutine recipe

Kosher Poutine Recipe

June 9, 2016 | 1 Comments

Kosher poutine.  Surely that’s a contradiction? Those crisp golden french fries dripping with melted cheese, complimented with a rich, yet silky beef gravy. If you ask me, this is the ultimate comfort food. Not only...

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10 Wines To Enjoy This Passover

April 5, 2016 | 1 Comments

Note: Scroll to the bottom for additional wine tasting resources from a number of writers! It’s my favorite time of year.  Not many food writers and kitchen aficionados say that in the weeks leading up...

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Slow Roasted Duck

December 27, 2015 | 1 Comments

Last week, I got a friendly reminder email from my good friends at KOL Foods who kindly supplied the duck for this recipe.  This recipe was due...

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Quick & Easy Salmon Curry

October 20, 2015 | 0 Comments

Growing up on the coast, we would eat a lot of fish.  Cod, halibut or plaice were often served for lunch at school, or dinner at home.  These light and flavorful fish are excellent choices...

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How To Spatchcock A Chicken

August 21, 2015 | 1 Comments

Before last week, I’d never spatchcocked anything.  Not a turkey, nor a chicken, but I did know that this technique that is a nice way of saying “removing the backbone and laying the bird flat”...

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Vegan Broccoli Quinioa Casserole

Vegan Broccoli Quinoa Casserole

July 3, 2015 | 0 Comments

It’s funny how “comfort foods” and “childhood memories” mean entirely different things for different people.  You ask me to name comfort food and I think of meatballs, sheperds pie or a winning chicken diner.  I don’t...

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Turkey isn’t just for Thanksgiving.  Especially when you wrap it in bacon. Turkey legs are a great thing to keep in the freezer to add flavor to split pea soup, stocks or stews, but other...

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