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Goat Cheese & Chive Scrambled Eggs

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After making Julia Child’s Rolled Omelette several weeks ago for the JC100 celebration, I’ve been using that high-heat method to cook my eggs ever since. It’s super quick and results in the amazing soft and creamy eggs. So one day as I’m making eggs, I happened to have goat cheese in my fridge and chives in my freezer (chives freeze great if you didn’t know!). Now I love the combination of eggs and chives, as well as goat cheese and chives, but it occurred to me that I had never put all three together. Fortunately that problem didn’t last long. Soon after, I was chowing down on the most delicious, creamy and flavourful scrambled eggs I have ever made! If you’re a goat cheese lover like me you NEED to make these!
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S’more Stuffed French Toast

As I was relaxing on my couch after a particularly long day at work, I had s’mores and sandwiches on my mind. Of course, having sandwiches on my mind pretty much goes without saying! But these thoughts of s’mores are much more rare and came about due to a workplace discussion regarding tabletop s’mores at a local gastropub. So initially I was thinking s’more sandwich…WHa??? Too strange. But then, the obvious came to mind.

S’more Stuffed French Toast.

Duh! Why was that not my first thought? I don’t know. All that matters is it was thought! So a few days later, here I am presenting the S’more Stuffed French Toast! I’ve also tried something BRAND NEW that I’ve been wanting to do for quite some time…I made a VIDEO recipe! So check it out and let me know what you think, should we do more or just stick to blogging?
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Roasted Beet, Blood Orange, Goat Cheese & Arugula Salad

To continue on with the beet recipes, here is a super easy, light, and tasty salad I made a couple weeks ago, since blood oranges were in season! If you haven’t tried a blood orange, you need to! They are really unique looking and taste great; I would describe their flavour as a orange/grapefruit hybrid.
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Creamy Poppyseed Pumpkin Soup

Many BS’ers know I’m a HUGE fan of soup. This pumpkin soup is a great way to enjoy fall and pumpkins! Continue reading

Hot Spinach & Artichoke Dip

This is a great and easy appetizer using some of the Summer Fresh dips. Personally spinach dip is a weak point for me when dining out and this recipe is a great and easy way to create it at home. Continue reading

Creamy Mushroom Peppercorn Pork Chops

Mushroom Porkchop

Since I am now living on my own and actually have to buy my own groceries, cheap recipes are my new favourite thing and today I have one that is not only cheap, but extremely easy and delicious!

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Avocado Smoothie

Today I bring you something quite peculiar, kind of gross sounding, but very delicious! The Avocado Smoothie:

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Fried Walleye & Potato Cakes With Creamy Dill Sauce

Fried Walleye & Potato Cakes with Creamy Dill Sauce

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It’s been a while since I last posted, though I have still been contributing with some picture taking for Carlene’s posts! Now that Christmas and all that is over it’s time to get back into the swing of things. Growing up with a father who fishes on a semi-professional level, Carlene and I are no strangers to the joys of fishing and eating fish (especially walleye)! So it’s about time we posted some walleye (or Pickerel as some call it) on the blog. I came across this unique fish and chips recipe a while back which provided my inspiration for this meal.

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Lactose Free Potato Soup

Lactose Free Potato Soup | bsinthekitchen.com

A friend recently asked if I could develop a creamy soup, but make it lactose free. I thought it was an interesting challenge, so off to the grocery I went to pick up some ingredients that were lactose free. I should also mention this is the inaugural dish that I’ve made in my new kitchen! :) I’m quite happy that this recipe turned out, so let’s get to it: Continue reading