Monthly Archives: August 2010
No matter where you look these days, short ribs are everywhere.
But what’s funny is that even though they’re being shown on television, in magazines and on menus in restaurants, they aren’t anywhere to be found on supermarket shelves.
Even … Read more
I hate to sound like I’m pinning this on my Mom, but I think my dislike of broccoli stems from the way she cooked it. Well, more precisely, what she covered them in after she cooked it.
It’s nothing that … Read more
As someone whose absolute first thought when I wake up in the morning is “what am I going to make for dinner tonight?” tells you food is always on my mind. Even before my first cup of coffee I’m running … Read more
The other day as I was doing my weekly refrigerator purge, I came across a handful of beans I had picked from my garden and actually got a pang of guilt as I walked over to the compost pail with … Read more
If you cook with garlic, and I hope most of you do, it’s about time you found and used the REAL stuff now popping up at Farmer’s markets across Western Canada. If you’ve never seen it, just look for the … Read more
I’m going to go out on a limb here and say I believe that when it comes to peanut sauce, few people can resist its charms. I mean, who could turn down the silky texture and nutty flavour … Read more
One of the staples at backyard barbecues across North America, especially during summer, are hamburgers. Be it beef, chicken or even a veggie one, there’s no mistaking the appeal of this easy-to-make and easy-to-eat dinner item. But, for years, there’s … Read more