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One of my “fridge struggles” is finding something to do with leftover food, especially with the common left over items like rice and pasta. The other night I had two items on hand: left over wild ancient grain rice and fresh walleye from a fishing trip with my dad. So off to the kitchen I went and concocted this recipe. It was also a crowd pleaser even to the most difficult to impress (aka. our dad who calls everything we make “hippy food”, loved these cakes).
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You can also check out our recipes and several others on BlogHer’s Leftover Makeover Pinterest Board.
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Posted in Dinner, Easy, Fish, How To, left overs
Tagged ancient, easy, fish, food, grain, left, leftover, over, pickerel, quick, Rice, saskatchewan, saskatoon, supper, walleye, wild
So Julia Child is trying to tell us that homemade mayo is easy? Pfff… yeah right…okay… fine, she was right. In fact, she was more than right. To continue on our cooking spree for week 12 of the Julia Child Challenge, we opted to try making Julia’s homemade mayonnaise in a food processor. Now this is the REAL way to make a class act mayo. Let’s get to the recipe before all of your sandwiches start to feel lonely. Continue reading
Posted in Easy, Egg, Gluten Free, How To, JC100
Tagged easy, egg, food, how, Mayo, mayonnaise, processor, to
Along with wanting to make Baked Onion Rings for quite some time, I had a plan to make Onion Ring Fried Eggs. I had initially come across this great looking recipe, but I wanted to take it to the next level, thus the desire to bake onion rings was born! So in case you didn’t have enough motivation to make Baked Onion Rings, this bonus recipe can give you that extra push!
Posted in breakfast, Easy, Egg, Fried, Lunch, Side, Snack, Snack
Tagged baked, breakfast, brunch, crunchy, egg, Fast, food, Fried, greasy, hangover, lunch, onion, ring, runny, side, snack, sunny, up, yolk
One of my best and longterm friends is a registered dietician and she always takes about making chickpea curries, so after some googling, I’ve settled on this recipe. The perfect balance between spicy and savoury, this dish is packed with goodness, thanks to the chickpeas, fresh herbs and coconut milk. Considering you can make it basically out of canned food (which is great if you are in a time crunch), it’s surprisingly easy too. You know the drill BS’ers, let’s get to this recipe. Continue reading
Posted in Dinner, Easy, Fresh herbs, Healthy, International Food
Tagged chick, chickpea, cilantro, coconut, curry, dinner, easy, food, healthy, indian, pea, pulses
While other people crave chocolate, fast food or other types of sinful dishes when they are sick or stressed out, mine is definitely Vietnamese food – specifically cold rolls and pho. I love the light and fresh flavours that leave you feeling full and happy. I usually order it from my favourite restaurant in town, the Asian Wok, but tonight I decided it was time to learn to make my own – especially with finances being strict with the new house and being sick and not wanting to be out in public…. So I made the dive and made my own shrimp pho. Continue reading
Posted in Easy, Fresh herbs, Healthy, International Food, Seafood, Soul Food, soup
Tagged cilantro, comfort, food, Garlic, ginger, onion, pho, shrimp, stock
Well I must be honest… I tried to make an angel food cake from scratch last week and I failed… like not even failed a little bit… failed miserably. The whole thing didn’t even rise – but I blame the recipe since it said to combine the flour right to the eggs – and I shouldn’t have known better but hey…. learn from your mistakes right? So if you don’t find success, try, try, try again…and then made this beautiful recipe for angel food cake from the liner from the Wilton Angel Food Cake Pan.
Posted in cake, Dessert
Tagged angel, berry, cake, citrus, food, frosting, Lemon, scratch, strawberry, topping, Whipped Cream
After watching an episode of the Food Network’s Diner’s Drive-ins & Dives where they made a potato crusted salmon, I was inspired to try making my own variation, so here’s what I came up with.
Posted in Dinner, Easy, Fish, Potato
Tagged 3d, cake, cream cheese, crusted, ddd, diners, dinner, dives, drive-ins, drivein, easy, encrusted, food, hashbrown, network, Potato, salmon, triple d
If anyone has ever had a mentor, they know they are completely invaluable and probably the best thing since sliced bread (Capital G, L & K if you’re reading this – this means you!!). I’ve never really had a cooking mentor (if you don’t count my grandma), but I’ve recently met one. But he’s more like an Iron Chef – always pushing innovative ideas for food and makes you want to cook fancy food all the time. So this post is for you Beets – or is a Iron Chef CB a better blog name? Either way, let’s get to these chicken nuggets!
Posted in Chicken, Just for Fun
Tagged chef, Chicken, chuck, crusted, day, dipping, food, home, homemade, honey, hughes, made, Mustard, network, nuggets, off, sauce
Hey Folks, it’s time for my review of the Greek Artisan Lamb Burger from Jerry’s!
Posted in Burger, Review
Tagged artisan, burger, emporium, Feta, food, greek, Jerry, Jerry's, lamb, local, saskatchewan, saskatoon, tatziki