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Caraway Seed & Lemon Cake

 Most weekends I like to bake a cake or summat like that for Saturday Tea Time.  We will usually have some sandwiches or scrambled eggs on toast and...
26-05-2019 16:06

Peanut Butter Everything Cookies

 When I lived in Canada I used to love watching the cooking shows on Saturday afternoons . . .  well, anytime really. It was my guilty pleasure.  I...
25-05-2019 16:06

Perfect Scones with Clementine & Cinnamon Butter

 There are few things on earth as enjoyable as a nice hot cup of tea and something sweet to enjoy along with it.  Because of my religion I only drin...
24-05-2019 16:08

Old Fashioned Baked Hash

 Sorry more leftovers to share with you here today, but never fear, I promise you this is the last of them!  The roast beef is now finished . . .  ...
23-05-2019 16:07

Marmalade Cake

 Prior to my moving over here to the UK, I only ever considered icing on cakes to be of the butter cream variety, or fluffy icing . . .  sometimes s...
22-05-2019 16:08

Greek Casserole

 I cooked us a pot roast at the weekend.  I just popped it into the slow cooker early Sunday morning and a delicious dinner was waiting for us after...
21-05-2019 16:08

Sirloin Steak with a Ginger Butter Sauce

 I could quite happily become a Vegetarian but for one thing.  Every now and then I really enjoy a nice steak.  Its not something we eat really oft...
20-05-2019 16:06

Spicy Chicken Burgers with Coriander-Lime Mayo

 Over here for the last few weeks a certain fast food place has been having their annual Tastes of America promotion. We popped in last week and orde...
19-05-2019 16:06

Rosalie's Tom & Jerry Cake

 I guess it must have been a few months ago, my friend Noelle (who lives in Nova Scotia) was talking on Facebook about her mother\'s recipe for a Tom...
18-05-2019 16:07

Lemon Sauced Salmon Patties

 My sister and I were talking earlier today.  She was telling me that she had had to throw away a dozen cans of out of date Salmon from my mother\'s...
17-05-2019 16:07

Cranberry Baked Chicken

 The other day when Mitzie wasn\'t feeling well, I sent Todd to the store to buy some chicken breasts so that I could poach some for when she started...
16-05-2019 16:07

Turkey Club Platter

   When the children were growing up, during the time we lived in New Brunswick, we often drove across the border into Houlton Maine where we would...
15-05-2019 16:07

Water Lily Pie

 I was kind of feeling like baking something today, but was really unsure as to what it was I actually wanted to bake.  I went into my studio/office...
14-05-2019 16:08

Churro Banana Split Boats

 There used to be a big old family restaurant on the Main Street where I lived a good part of my childhood called Eisner\'s Restaurant.  It was a fa...
13-05-2019 16:08

Grilled Egg in a Hat Breakfast Sandwich

 If you are a Vegetarian or a Vegan, you might want to look away now.  What follows isn\'t going to be pretty for you, however tasty it might seem t...
12-05-2019 16:07

Big Bran Breakfast Cookies

 When you are young, you tend to take a lot of things for granted. Things like good health and a strong body.  You think things are always going to ...
11-05-2019 16:07

Creamy Chicken & Butter Biscuits

 Normally I wouldn\'t show you two chicken recipes in a row, but this turned out so lovely that I just couldn\'t wait to share it with you!   I\'v...
10-05-2019 16:07

Chicken with a Pesto & Mushroom Sauce

 Early on in our marriage I really struggled with cooking for only two people.  I had had several years on my own before we got married, but I had l...
09-05-2019 16:08

Melting Potatoes

 I have never made any secret of the fact that the humble potato is my absolute favourite vegetable of all the vegetables.   I have never met a pot...
07-05-2019 16:06

Snaffling Pig

 I was recently sent some snacks  to try out from Snaffling Pig the makers of tasty pork crackling snacks!  It is true that you can use ever bit of...
06-05-2019 16:07

Crisp Toffee Pecan Short Breads

  Mmmm . . .  shortbread cookies  . . .  crisp . . .  buttery . . .  moreishly edible.  Perfect on their own or with a hot cuppa . . .  lovel...
05-05-2019 16:07

The purity of Water

 I was recently contacted and asked if I would like to try and review the Zero Water water filtrations system.  A bit about the system:ZeroWater is ...
05-05-2019 16:07

Big-Time Peanut Butter Cookies

  Like most people I have my own favourite recipes that I rely on and like to use often, but sometimes I also like to shake things up a bit and try ...
04-05-2019 16:07

Tagine of Chicken with Apricots & Mint

  If you are a regular reader of my page you will remember that a few months back I went with a friend to a Moroccan restaurant for lunch one day an...
03-05-2019 16:05

Little Blueberry Puddings

 These Little Blueberry Puddings are destined to become a family favourite.  Served warm with cream or ice cream, they go down really well.  They ...
02-05-2019 16:08

Oven Fried Chicken with Chive & Buttermilk Mash

 Yes, you read that right . . .  OVEN Fried Chicken.  The eagle has landed and my oven is now up to scratch!  It took them long enough, right"  N...
01-05-2019 16:06

Spiced Carrot Soup

 We are at that time of year now where our stored and root vegetables are beginning to get tired and no longer at their very best.  Too early for th...
30-04-2019 16:07

Making Juice

 I was recently afforded the opportunity to try out the Cookhouse Compact Cold Press Slow Juicer.   This is a Masticating Whole Food Juice Extracte...
30-04-2019 16:07

Tomato & Herb Sauced Alaskan Black Cod

 We absolutely love fish in this house.  I have been preparing and cooking fish since I was a girl.  I used to make a dish I called Tomato Baked Ha...
29-04-2019 16:06

Canadian Dutchies

Tim Hortons is a bit of a Canadian Institution.  It is a coffee/doughnut shop that  feels like a second home to many Canadians.  I worked there for...
28-04-2019 16:07

Apple & Ginger Cake

 Todd was wanting some cake, but of course my oven isn\'t working reliably at the moment, so I was in a bit of a quandary as to what to do.  I don\'...
27-04-2019 16:06

Rainbow Wraps

 I was wanting something fresh and crunchy to eat the other day, and then I remembered the Deli Kitchen Skinni Wraps I had in the freezer, so I took ...
26-04-2019 16:07

Prune & Walnut Puddings with a Lemon Sauce

 I have always loved prunes.  I used to make a beautiful Prune & Apricot Coffee Cake, which I haven\'t made in a very long while.  Note to self:  ...
25-04-2019 16:06

Hot Italian Focaccia Melts

  I don\'t think I have ever made any secret of my love of and for sandwiches.  I adore them in any way shape or form.  The other day I created a ...
24-04-2019 21:57

Chipotle Lime Chicken Flatbread Tacos

 We are huge fans of Tex Mex in our house, especially tacos!  We love our Tacos.  I will take a Taco any way, any how.   Todd however doesn\'t li...
24-04-2019 21:57

Flapjack Topped Rice Pudding

 I am an old fashioned girl and the things which bring me the most pleasure in life are simple things and ordinary pleasures. That goes for the way I...
24-04-2019 21:57

Baked Mushroom Rice

 This recipe I am sharing today is one which I discovered on Pinterest, attributed to the blog Recipe Tin Eats.  I have had it bookmarked for a long...
24-04-2019 21:57

Grilled Cauliflower & Broccoli Cheese

 We have just enjoyed a wonderful Bank Holiday weekend, with beautiful sunny and warm weather!  Its been really gorgeous!  That makes a change, as ...
24-04-2019 21:57

Lemon Curd Drizzle Cake

 This is my absolute favourite of all the lemon cakes that I bake.  No surprise there!  It is moist and delicious and crammed full of lovely lemon ...
24-04-2019 21:57

Bow Tie Pasta with Sprouts & Bacon

 The recipe I am sharing today is one I have been eye-balling for a while.  I adore pasta, however my husband doesn\'t.  He just tolerates it.  I ...
24-04-2019 21:57

Crispy Smashed Baby Potatoes and Incredible Dips

 I cannot tell a lie.  The potato is my favourite vegetable. That is probably why I have never been able to stick to a low carb diet. I like bread a...
24-04-2019 21:57

Beans & Wieners Under Cornbread

 This casserole is an old family favourite that I like to dig out from time to time and bake. I love casseroles like this.  Simple, using store cupb...
24-04-2019 21:57

Creamy Rice Pudding with Cinnamon Sugar

 I had been going to make us a coconut cream pie for dessert this Easter along with a Robin\'s Egg Blue iced cake roll (filled with lemon curd).  I ...
24-04-2019 21:57

Devilled Pork Chops with Scalloped Potatoes

 My husband is a real Meat & Potatoes lover.  He could quite happily consume meat and potatoes for every meal.  He especially loves pork chops. I ...
24-04-2019 21:57

Easy Beef Brisket

 I think one of my favourite cuts of  beef, when it comes to roasting, has to be the Brisket.  Don\'t get me wrong.  I really enjoy a lovely piece...
24-04-2019 21:57

Honey & Ginger Jumbles

 Normally at the weekend, I like to bake Todd a treat to enjoy with his hot drinks. I don\'t do many hot drinks myself, mostly just cold ones, but To...
24-04-2019 21:57

Chocolate Fudge Pudding (Crock Pot)

 If you are a long time reader of my foodblog you will know that at present I don\'t have a working oven.  Well . . .  I can do a few things in it,...
24-04-2019 21:57

Crock Pot Mac & Cheese

 The Engineer should be here at some point today to fix our oven. (Fingers crossed!)   I am really missing it, although without it working, I have ...
24-04-2019 21:57

Something's Hatched in Somerset!

 One of the perks I have always enjoyed as a food blogger is the opportunity I have from time to time to try new things. I probably get offers every ...
24-04-2019 21:57

Chocolate Chip S'More Scones

 I think I must have spent my childhood living under a rock because it was not until I became an adult that I ever heard of S\'Mores.  Popular at ca...
24-04-2019 21:57

The World's Greatest Ham Sandwich

 I am always a mix of dubious and excited when I come across something which claims to be the world\'s greatest anything, especially when it comes to...
24-04-2019 21:57

Hearty Vegetarian Chili

 One of my friends was recently in hospital, and when she got home she wasn\'t in any state to go shopping or  do much cooking.  I wanted to make a...
24-04-2019 21:57

Potatoes O'Brien

 I wanted to make a side dish the other night using potatoes, but of course I couldn\'t do anything that was baked, and we didn\'t feel like mashed o...
24-04-2019 21:57

Refrigerator Bran Muffins

  I don\'t think I have ever met a muffin that I didn\'t immediately fall in love with, although to be sure I have some which I like a tad bit more ...
24-04-2019 21:57

Peanut Butter Bread

 This is a recipe that I have had my eye on for a long time.  I adore peanut butter in any way shape or form.  I do like the creamy style slightly ...
24-04-2019 21:57

Easy Pizza Rolls

 Sometimes I like to pull the stop out a bit when it comes to lunches in our house.  We don\'t always want a bowl of soup, or a salad, or a sandwich...
24-04-2019 21:57

Chocolate & Peanut Butter Cheerio Cups

  I am sharing a delicious and simple no-bake Easter treat with you today that your family and children are just going to love. Chocolare and Peanut...
24-04-2019 21:57

Lemon Yogurt Muffins - small batch

  I baked some lovely muffins at the weekend.  I adapted the recipe from a recipe which I found in The Breakfast Book, by the late Marion Cunningha...
19-03-2019 16:07

Curried Chicken & Coconut Rice Casserole

 My husband really loves a good curry.  He likes them really spicy, but I like them moderately spicy.  I like to taste my food rather than be distr...
18-03-2019 16:07

Easy Deep Dish Pizza Dough

 I adore Pizza, in any way shape or form.  Generally speaking, I like to make my own.  Of course when I was younger, that usually involved using a ...
17-03-2019 16:07

Dad's Cookies

 I went to bake these cookies the other day and couldn\'t believe that I hadn\'t already shared them with you.  This recipe is one of my all-time fa...
16-03-2019 16:07

Small Batch Irish Stew

 With Saint Patrick\'s Day being on Sunday I thought it would be fun to make a smaller batch of Irish Stew for the smaller family.  This recipe will...
15-03-2019 16:07

Smokey Turkey Burgers

 Every now and again, I like to enjoy a good burger.  I have to confess however, I am not totally fond of Beef Burgers. In truth I would rather have...
14-03-2019 16:07

Small Batch Irish Soda Bread

 I had my DNA done several years ago and discovered that I am 27% Irish.  I was really excited about that.  I had not expected that at all.  I hav...
13-03-2019 16:08

Dilled Cucumber Spears

  The recipe I am sharing today is one which I have been eyeballing for a long time.  Its fresh and exciting, yet uses very simple ingredients.   ...
12-03-2019 16:08

Reuben Foldovers

 My Aunt Freda loved Sandwiches!  I am a bit like her in that respect, I love Sandwiches too.  I have never really found a sandwich I didn\'t like....
11-03-2019 16:06

Vanilla & Cardamom Cake

 For the past couple of weeks I have been dreaming of cake.  While my oven wasn\'t working properly I was a bit loathe to bake anything like a cake ...
10-03-2019 16:08

Sticky Pineapple Chicken

 Just as Friday nights are synonymous with Fish & Chip suppers here in the UK, you will find that Saturday nights are takeaway nights, where you will...
09-03-2019 16:08

Easy BBQ Chicken Tostadas

 I always seem to have leftover cooked chicken in the refrigerator.  Not a problem, because I have about a bazillion and a half ways to use it up. ...
08-03-2019 16:10

Risotto, Soup and Salads with Rice

 One thing I really love as a food blogger is the opportunity I have every once in a while to try different products and new products.  I was recent...
07-03-2019 16:08

Stuffed Brined Pork Chops

 One meat my husband really loves is Pork Chops.  He loves nothing better.  Cooking pork chops can be a bit tricky I find.  There is an optimum le...
06-03-2019 16:08

Broccoli Cheese Pie

  This tasty Vegetarian Pie is actually something I baked way back in December.  I can\'t believe it has taken until now for me to share it with yo...
05-03-2019 16:08

Turkey & Broccoli Casserole

 When I was raising my family in Canada, several times a year we would pop across the border into the US for some shopping.  Of course that always i...
04-03-2019 16:08

Crispy Tortilla Eggs

 At the weekend I like to cook the man something a bit heftier for his breakfast rather than his usual Oats or Wheatabix.  I\'ve never had him compl...
03-03-2019 16:07

Fresh Fruit Compote

 One thing I have always loved when travelling on the Continent are the breakfasts we have been offered at  most of the places we have stayed overni...
01-03-2019 16:08

All Dressed Hummus

 I am a huge fan of hummus.  I often make it to enjoy with crisp crackers or raw vegetables.  It has been my snack of choice for many years.    ...
28-02-2019 16:07

Balsamic Chicken & Mushrooms

 I need to be better at labeling what I put in the freezer.  When I go to Costco, I buy big packs of chicken breasts and thighs, and then I divide t...
27-02-2019 16:07

Tuna Salad Wrap

 I\'ve had a pretty busy day today.  I went to the grocery store this morning and picked up a bunch of things to make my granola and a few other bit...
26-02-2019 16:07

Skillet Sausage, Peas & Rice

 I love to cook, and I love to eat.  I worked as a Personal Chef for a number of years for a very wealthy American Family here in the UK, where ever...
25-02-2019 16:07

Perfect Blondies

 My ex-mother in law Elizabeth made wonderful blondies.  Kind of cakey, with a lovely almost butterscotch flavour and topped with a lovely brown sug...
24-02-2019 16:08

Cinnamon Toast Cake

  This is a cake recipe I have been eye-balling for quite some time now.  It closely resembles other cake recipes that I have seen, called Cinnamon...
23-02-2019 16:08

Bacon & Cheese Panini

 A friend of mine on Instagram posted a ham and cheese panini on her feed the other day and it looked amazingly delicious.  I thought it was bacon, ...
22-02-2019 16:10

Beef Barbacoa Tacos with Sweet Pickled Onions

  I tried doing a pot roast in my Instant Pot/Electric Pressure Cooker at the weekend.  It was okay, but I had to cook it twice as long as the reci...
21-02-2019 16:09

Fish Fingers, Chips & Beans

 One thing that children really enjoy for their suppers here in the UK are Fish Fingers, Chips and Beans.  Its a simple meal and quick to throw toge...
20-02-2019 16:09

Rhubarb, Vanilla & Cardamom Jam, Small Batch

  When I had a growing family, I made oodles and scads of jams, preserves, jellies and pickles every year.  I spent hours putting up fruit and veg ...
19-02-2019 16:08

Beef Stew and Leftover Stew Pie for Two

 Simple Simon met a Pie Man going to the fair, said Simple Simon to the Pie Man, let me taste your ware.  Said the Pie Man to Simple Simon, show me ...
18-02-2019 16:06

Small Batch Maple & Oatmeal Muffins

 I quite like to enjoy a muffin in the mornings either for breakfast or mid morning with a hot drink. Muffins always seem to be an acceptable option ...
16-02-2019 16:08

Salmon Pot Pie

 We eat a lot of fish and chicken in our home.  Mostly chicken, and then fish.  Sometimes it is fresh fish, but often I take advantage of good tinn...
15-02-2019 16:06

Chocolate Box Brownies

 Happy Valentines Day.  I know that to many people it is just a huge money grab, and really, if you love someone you can celebrate that love for the...
14-02-2019 16:07

Lancashire Hot Pot for Two

 One of my favourite television shows, long before I even dreamt of moving over to the UK was a British soap opera called Coronation Street.  I star...
13-02-2019 16:08

Chicken & Orzo Soup

 Still no working stove.  It turns out that the problem is not with the stove, but with the electrics in the house, so we are now waiting on the lan...
12-02-2019 16:07

Turkey Mexi-Melts

 Not having a hob/cooker to use for the last half week or so has certainly been a challenge for me.  I really hope that when the Engineer comes tomo...
11-02-2019 16:07

A Valentines Picnic for Two

 With Valentines Day coming up this week, and my stove being out of commission, I thought it would be fun to do something different and create a deli...
10-02-2019 16:07

Vanilla, Cardamom & Lemon Pudding

 I think Vanilla pudding has to be one of my favourites of the pudding flavours. Now when I am speaking here of pudding, I am talking about the North...
09-02-2019 16:07

How To Make a Better Sandwich

 There is not a lot of cooking going on here at the moment with our cooker being out of service!  We have an engineer booked to come and have a look...
08-02-2019 16:07

Grandmother's Buttermilk Cake

 Do you want the good news or the bad news first.  Okay, I\'ll give you the bad news.  My stove is broken. It\'s a combined gas electric and until ...
07-02-2019 16:07

Pork Chops Baked with Sweet Potatoes

 We don\'t eat a lot of red meat in our house. We mostly eat chicken or fish, with an occasional piece of beef, lamb or pork.  I have thought about ...
06-02-2019 16:07

Cheese & Marmite Scones

 Marmite  . . .  it is a love it or loathe it type of thing.  Todd enjoys it just spread on buttered bread.  Myself, I have never quite warmed up...
05-02-2019 16:07

Garlic Steak Bites & Potatoes

 This recipe is one that I found and pinned from this site a long time ago.  I finally got around to making it for our Sunday dinner yesterday and i...
04-02-2019 16:07

Dietbon Review - Weight Loss Meal Plan

 A few weeks prior to Christmas I was contacted by a Company called ...
04-02-2019 16:07
 



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