Nibbles. Bite-size treats. With just a smidge of spice and a very good dose of cheese these pinwheels will make any party (potluck or otherwise) come to life.
Fresh fruit season is my favourite season. I love the farmer’s market with its crates of locally grown and colourful fruit. Taking that first bite into a juicy, sweet gem … Continue reading
I love how ridiculously well a salad like this fits a potluck. Of course, pasta salads are potluck classics, but this one isn’t the standard creamy variety you usually get
Lemonade, the ultimate beverage of summertime, but I’m going to twist it up: key limes and lavender. The subtle floral tones taste just right alongside the tartness of the limes. … Continue reading
It’s berry season! Last year, after the rivers in Calgary flooded, Saskatoon berries on the banks were contaminated, and I couldn’t get my hands on any of the delicious fruit. … Continue reading
The thing I love about sandwiches is how adaptable they are. I made some vegetarian versions of these with tomato instead of meat. If you can’t find good turkey, just put some extra ham, or mix it up with whatever you like.
I wanted to make something special for my mom, and this was the ticket. Cream, sugar and chocolate equals the perfect dessert.
Well, Ex-Couscous Me Mediterranean SaladI love couscous because it’s one of the fastest cooking grain products I know, making it a pretty good solution for when you need something last minute for a potluck. This dish takes less than 20 minutes to stir together and comes out full of colour and flavour.
So, what would be a fun way to get the cheddar taste into an apple pie? I took inspiration from the numerous cinnamon bun pie crusts that I’ve seen floating around the internet and decided to substitute the cinnamon for some aged cheddar. Bingo. What a great combination.