It’s hard to believe fall is really here. I might take some heat for saying this, but fall is my favourite season for numerous reasons – warm weather, crisp mornings and nights, beautiful fall colors, my favourite fashion season (hello boots!) and warm and inviting spices like cinnamon, nutmeg and clove all seem to make an appearance during fall. This recipe for Apple Butter and Whole Wheat Biscuits is a great way to welcome in fall and use up some of your apple harvest. So let’s get to this easy recipe! Continue reading
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Posted in Bread, Canning, Dessert, Easy, Fruit
Tagged Apple, biscuit, biscuits, butter, canned, canning, wheat, whole
If you caught it a couple posts ago, you already know the genesis of this french toast idea, which came to be as I was fork deep in my Peanut Butter & Banana Stuffed French Toast. While many would wait and just make it the next day, there is no stifling french toast innovation in my kitchen! So with a belly full of Peanut Butter & Banana French Toast I went about (sluggishly) creating my second breakfast of the day! (Followed by a food coma and a subsequent trip to the gym!)
Posted in breakfast, Cheese, Sandwich
Tagged Apple, breakfast, Brie, Caramelized, cheese, dessert, fiji, french, gooey, granny smith, honey, melted, savoury, stuffed, Sweet, toast
This recipe is very simple and adds a unique dessert spin for hummus. Like most of the Summer Fresh recipes, this is super easy to make. Continue reading
Posted in Cheese, Dessert, Easy, Healthy, Hummus, Summer Fresh
Tagged Apple, cheese, chips, cranberry, crisps, dips, fennel, fresh, goat, hummus, summer
I recently moved to Vancouver and am finally getting settled in and had some time to make something I felt was blog-worthy. It’s not the fanciest but it helped me get back into cooking/blogging mode so I am satisfied with it! My roommate Jordan brought home some leftover pig from a pork roast at the school he teaches, so I knew I could definitely make something out of the leftovers (which were delicious). Since I didn’t really have much for groceries, I mixed together what ingredients I could find and made a simple quesadilla.
Posted in Barbecue, Easy, Grilled, Pork, Sandwich
Tagged agave, Apple, Barbecue, bulls-eye, cheese, easy, lunch, nectar, Pork, pulled, quesadilla, quick, Sandwich, sauce, smokey, Sweet
What can you do with leftover risotto other than eat it? Make Risotto Balls and THEN eat it! As I began to get hungry again after making my breakfast risotto, I began wondering what I could make for lunch. Feeling a little lazy I was struck by inspiration and decided to make risotto balls out of my leftover Breakfast Risotto.
Posted in breakfast, Rice
Tagged Apple, Arborio, ball, balls, breakfast, cake, cakes, egg, flour, leftover, Rice, Risotto
How about another risotto everybody!? Now this certainly isn’t your typical risotto, it’s made to be more of an oatmeal/porridge styled meal, but it is soooo good! Here is the recipe that I sort of followed, but had to slightly modify as usual.
Posted in breakfast, Rice
Tagged Apple, Arborio, breakfast, Caramelized, delicious, different, morning, oatmeal, porridge, Rice, Risotto, syrup, unique
This is a sandwich I have been meaning to blog for awhile. A slight twist on the classic grilled cheese sandwich, adding candied apples. Now some people may scoff at the idea of a grilled cheese and apple sandwich, and some know better and have experienced this delightful meal!
Posted in Cheese, Easy, Grilled, grilled cheese, Panini, Sandwich
Tagged Apple, apples, Candied, candy, Caramelized, cheese, easy, Grilled, quick
I was inspired to make these after a recent trip to Disney World – they were just too cute not to recreate!
Posted in Candy, Dessert, Just for Fun
Tagged Apple, apples, birthday, child, chocolate, coated, covered, cute, Disney, disneyland, disneyworld, fun, halloween, kid, kids, land, Mickey, minnie, Mouse, world
We have one more recipe from the pork roast that we could a few weeks ago that we have forgotten to post! It’s quick and simple, just apples, cheese and pork.
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Bob & I were recently selected as Western Canada’s Top 20 food bloggers (as selected by Maple Leaf Foods) – SUPER exciting right?! Anyways, Bob and I nearly jumped out of our pants when we found out we had been selected. Now, you may be asking: Okay, cool that you guys got picked, but why/now what?
Well we were sent a lovely little package via courier and inside was an awesome meat thermometer, a Maple Leaf Red Apron (I strong armed Bob to keep it) and some coupons for Maple Leaf Prime Pork. The Challenge: Create a Dynamic Pork Recipe & Win (via votes – this is where you come in BS’ers) the Maple Leaf Prime Pork Recipe Challenge.
So let’s get right into this and start off with our recipe. Okay, I lied, I’m first going to give you background to why we selected this recipe. Bob and I know the typical person who reads our blog is looking for a delicious meal that is reasonable in price to make and is quick. Well here’s the bonus with this recipe: we’ve taken this flavor packed pork rub and used the left over meat for left-over recipes/meals. That’s right, one recipe that is quickly converted into more! Talk about the perfect recipe for those busy families, the hungry university student and most importantly….you!
Okay, the teasing is done, here’s the recipe: