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I must say September was a pretty pitiful month for blogging and I apologize for that! It’s not that I haven’t been cooking anything, I just haven’t been taking the time to edit the images, and write up a blog post. I’ve got a few recipes that are quite timely for this fall season, so you can expect a little more blogging this month!
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Let’s start with this delicious meal featuring some wonderful ingredients from my mothers garden! The stars of the dish are delicious onions that have been drizzled with balsamic vinegar and roasted, as well as a hearty pork chop finished with chive butter. My house smelled so good after making this, it was a low level of torture, having to wait to eat this while smelling it and taking pictures.
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Posted in Dinner, Fresh herbs, Pork, Roast, Side
Tagged Balsamic, balsamic vinegar, chive butter, comfort food, dinner, fall, pan roasted, Pork, pork chop, red onion, Roast, roast onions, winter
I have had visions of creating a salad in this style for quite some time and finally got around to actually doing it the other day! Along with fancying up the presentation of a watermelon salad, I wanted to try marinating watermelon and this was the perfect opportunity!
Initially I had plans to add some baby arugula into the dish, unfortunately when I went to the grocery store they were all out, so I just had to make do without it!
This salad really transforms the watermelon into a savoury dish that felt surprisingly hearty! Marinating the watermelon adds subtle hints of lemon, honey and balsamic to the freshness of the watermelon, and pairing it with the feta, mint, bacon and red onion makes it much more savoury. Topping it all of with a drizzle of balsamic vinegar gives it a bit of needed acidity and a nice tang!
Posted in Appetizer, Dinner, Fresh herbs, Fruit, Lunch, Salad, Side
Tagged Bacon, Balsamic, cheese, easy, Fancy, Feta, fruit, marinated watermelon, mint, recipe, red onion, Salad, summer, vinegar, watermelon, watermelon salad
Strawberry, balsamic, basil & brie grilled cheese…Now that’s a mouthful! Literally!
Okay, i’ll be honest…I enjoyed this grilled cheese waaay more than I thought I would! I knew it would be good, but since i’m not usually the sweet, savoury type, I didn’t think it would be my favourite, but man was it good! Strawberry and reduced balsamic vinegar is already a great duo, now add brie and basil, and you have yourself one amazing grilled cheese! Sweet strawberries and reduced balsamic, savoury creamy brie cheese, with a fresh peppery bite of basil. Mmmmmmmmm.
Go eat this now!
Posted in breakfast, Cheese, Fruit, grilled cheese, National Grilled Cheese Month, Sandwich
Tagged 2013, april, Balsamic, basil, Brie, cheese, Grilled, national grilled cheese month, reduced, savoury, strawberry, Sweet, vinegar
As with most people, what I eat is often dictated by what I have left in my fridge. In this case it was Greek yogurt and blood oranges. Peeling the orange, and tossing them into a bowl, I sweetened it with some honey and added a drizzle of chocolate balsamic vinegar for some pizzazz, and had myself a wonderful breakfast!
Posted in breakfast, Dessert, Easy, Fruit, Healthy, Snack, Snack
Tagged Balsamic, blood orange, breakfast, chocolate, chocolate balsamic, dessert, easy, greek yogurt, honey, orange, quick, vinegar, yogurt
Having received an excellent bottle of reduced balsamic vinegar, then coming across a drink with balsamic vinegar(!?) in Bon Appetit, my favourite foodie magazine, I felt the stars had aligned! Now I’m not much of a drinker, but I enjoy a casual beverage here and there, and this unique drink was right up my alley. The sweet and tart balsamic vinegar paired really well with the fresh fruit, cucumbers, and earthy flavour of the gin.
Posted in Drink
Tagged alcohol, august, Balsamic, bon appetit, cucmber, Drink, gin, lime, magazine, simple syrup, smash, strawberry, vinegar
With summer finally arriving, fresh fruit is coming into season and I’m happy as a peach (pun intended). I’ve been eating them a lot for dessert or as a snack at lunch. When eating apricots one evening I thought – these would be great with a balsamic reduction! Now for those who haven’t tried balsamic reduction, it has a sweet-tart taste that enhances the sweet richness of fruit. Essentially, the combination of flavours play on each other to heighten each individual flavour palette. The balsamic reduction is great on top of fresh fruit like peaches, apricots, strawberries, blueberries, etc. Let’s get to this recipe so you can enjoy your summer fruit with a twist. Continue reading
I made this salad a while back for my mom’s birthday after she had picked up several different ingredients from the farmer’s market and wanted me to construct a dinner for her! Some of those ingredients were beets, parmesan cheese and fresh berries, so I decided to go with a fresh and flavourful beet salad!
Posted in Appetizer, Dinner, Healthy, Salad, Side, Vegetable
Tagged arugula, Balsamic, beet, blackberry, cheese, fresh, Fried, healthy, parmesan, raspberry, Salad, Vinaigrette
Yesterday I threw some ingredients together in a Ziploc bag with two pork chops and let it all marinate for about 4 hours and what came out was a really easy and AWESOME dinner! Here’s the recipe:
Posted in Easy, Pork
Tagged Balsamic, Chop, Fried, Garlic, Glazed, green beans, pan, Pork, spicy, Sweet
Another breakfast with Bob! Now this isn’t totally following the caprese dish, seeing as I had no basil, but I had to make do with what I had and this was the result! I was a little unsure about drizzling the balsamic olive oil vinaigrette on the egg sandwich, but i must say it was surprisingly good! Always remember to try new flavours, ingredients and what not, you never know what might surprise you! Here is what I did:
Posted in breakfast, Easy, Egg
Tagged Balsamic, breakfast, Caprese, Cherry Tomato, Chives, dill, easy, egg, Fancy, olive oil, quick, Sandwich, tomato, Vinaigrette