Grilled Caesar Salad

Grilled Caesar Salad

Grilled Caesar Salad It all started when I spotted a photo of a Grilled Caesar salad on Instagram from the Canola Eat Well team. I had heard of grilling romaine before but had never tried it. I love Caesar salad and I BBQ as often as I use the stove so it was high time I grilled some lettuce. Grilling the romaine makes it very tender and gives the salad an amazing texture. The dressing is so fresh with the perfect…

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Nourish – Quinoa Crunch Cereal

Nourish – Quinoa Crunch Cereal

Welcome to the Nourish cookbook review, blog hop and giveaway! Join myself and 18 Canadian bloggers as we share some spectacular recipes and a chance to win your own copy of Nourish. I was beyond thrilled to get my hands on a copy of Nourish. When I heard about the premise behind the recipes for Nourish I was excited. If you have ever wanted to get more seeds, nuts and beans into your cooking this is the book for you! I cook with all 3…

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Making Bacon

Making Bacon

You have to wonder who thought it was a good idea to take a chunk of pork belly, rub it with sugar, salt and spices and after allowing it to rest for a few days decided it needed a nice layer of smoke with a few hours spent in the smoker. Pretty damn delicious decision. It has been an interesting process of learning and research since deciding to make bacon at home. It was spurred by a recent visit with…

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Cinnamon Buns

Cinnamon Buns

There is nothing quite as satisfying as mastering dough. The possibilities of what you can create are endless when you have a solid recipe and a little bit of knowledge. A few notes on the following recipe: the flour total in the recipe also accounts for the flour you use to flour the surface on which you will be rolling the dough out on.  Do not add all the flour to the mixing bowl, save a bit for the counter….

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Yorkshire Pudding

Yorkshire Pudding

Yorkshire Pudding. Those crisp little cups of love made just for filling with rich flavorful gravy! They are not hard to make at all,  they just take a little bit of time and planning! Traditionally they are served with roast beef but go well with any meat or poultry dish. Yorkshire Pudding 2 cups of all purpose flour 2 cups of milk 6 eggs 1 teaspoon of salt canola oil   Break the eggs into a large bowl. Using a wisk, beat…

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