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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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.
Halloween is in the air and in the Soup Bowl!!
There are so many things to love about Halloween. Yup, I know the first thing that came to your mind was candy, but how about we leave that to this kids this year and go healthy!
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!
Feeling a little tropical is always a good thing in October!!
Do you remember as a child loving the sweet and sour sauce in that (I wont mention the name) fast food restaurant that you always dipped your chicken nuggets in? Well for those of you that do, this is the grown up version of that saucy heaven!
I really need to step off the Soup Train….soon…but not yet!!
We just celebrated Thanksgiving in Canada this past weekend and I still feel like I may be in a food coma!
Sometimes the Wheel Doesn’t Need Reinventing!
It’s Thanksgiving week here in Canada which means lots of cooking and baking for me. So this week for my Tuesday family meal blog I decided on an old family recipe that I thought would be not only a great meal but also one that the chicken could be substituted for everyone’s leftover turkey after the holidays.