Hi there, I’m Nancy and happy you found me! My hope through this blog is to inspire all of you to stop at least once a week and prepare a meal that you sit down and share with your family. With fresh seasonal ingredients and a little confidence every recipe you find here is easily created. Happy cooking!
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You had me at Stuffed!!!!
I recently discovered a wonderful Chef named Jane Coxwell. She is the head chef on Diane Von Verstenberg’s boat and she has a way of taking beautiful simple ingredients and elevating them to completely eye popping beauty.
No need to be Chili with this little number around!!
What a crazy winter we’re having in Toronto this year. Can anyone say extremes! One week it’s 15 degrees above zero and the next it’s 15 below. Maybe that’s why everyone I talk to is sick!! Last week that was me too!!
We’re going to Bundt this right out of the park!! Is that baseball or football?
Lets talk polenta. Cornmeal, water, salt and a touch of oil for the basic recipe. You can add a variety of cheeses to it at that point, It can be left soft and runnier or thick in order to mold and cut. Either way I find people mostly either love it or hate it.
Always Look on the Sunny Side of Life!!
The sun is shining today and that made me want to cook sunny side up eggs! Ok so it’s minus 20, BUT SUNNY…come on that’s gotta count for something!
I’m feeling a Little Flushed!!
The holidays have come and gone AGAIN! What a whirlwind they were too. I really expected lazy days with no real plan and lots of family time. Well some of that happened but not nearly enough. Slightly later sleep ins but otherwise I was pretty darn busy!
You Strata Make this Christmas Morning!!
Breakfast on Christmas morning is almost as important as the turkey dinner that follows that night! Having the excitement and chaos of Santa’s arrival and madly opening gifts leaves everyone famished and always excited for the kind of breakfast they’d dream of every morning!
New Orleans comfort food! The perfect blending of Louisiana’s French and Spanish influences with their Creole heritage.
Stuffed is always better!!!
I’ve always loved meatloaf and this recipe takes it in a slightly different direction!
A Classic Recipe with an International Twist!
So who didn’t grow up eating stuffed peppers? This is definitely a dish I can remember eating often as a child. I have taken a simple old fashioned recipe and given it a slightly different flavour base.
With all this Garlic, no need to worry about Vampires this Halloween!!
Yiiipppee, it’s finally Halloween week! I always look forward to Halloween almost as much as the kids but this year is even more special because one of our daughter’s is having her Jack and Jill that night and we get to celebrate her upcoming wedding!