• 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 ...

  • 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

  • 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

Redawna

You know you're hooked when your dinner is cold by the time you're done taking pictures of it....... For over 20 years I have been involved in a love affair with food.  There is nothing more gratifying then taking the freshest ingredients available and turning them into something spectacular, then sharing that with ...

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.

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4
May

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 ...

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20
Apr

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

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8
Mar

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

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23
Jan

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