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Mother’s Day is right around the corner, and so is another BS’ in the Kitchen CTV Morning Live – Saskatoon appearance! This time, we have settled on the theme of “Breakfast in Bed” for our Mother’s Day special! After discussing it with Carlene, we decided crepes would be the way to go. They are easy to make, very versatile, and will impress that hard working mother in your life! Carlene is going to be cooking up some sweet red velvet crepes, and since not all mothers have a breakfast sweet tooth, I decided to make a savoury crepe recipe!
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Posted in breakfast, Cheese, Lunch, pancake
Tagged Bacon, cheese, crepe, french, green onion, julia child, mothers day, mushroom, parmesan, recipe, ricotta, savoury, spinach
As part of wrapping up the last 15 weeks of JC100, Carlene and I wanted to take the opportunity to give our thoughts on the whole experience, what we learned and how it all tasted!
Posted in JC100, Review
Tagged Asparagus, boeuf bourguignon, bouillabaisse, bsinthekitchen, celery root remoulade, charlotte chantilly, cheese souffle, chocolate mousse, coq au vin, french, Hollandaise, jc100, julia child, mastering the art of french cooking, mayonnaise, omelette roulee, provencal tomatoes, ratatouille, recipes, reine de saba, review, roast chicken, salad nicoise, scallops gratinee, sole meuniere, the way to cook, Vichyssoise
It’s the moment we’ve all been waiting for… the fifteenth and FINAL week of the JC100! FIFTEEN WHOLE WEEKS, that’s three and a half months…105 DAYS…nearly a third of a year! And of course, the final dish is one of Julia’s flagship recipes – Boeuf Bourguignon. This couldn’t have worked out better, as my mother made beef stew on Sunday, and had purchased about 5 pounds of stewing beef. Suspecting that this recipe was coming, I made sure she set aside 3 pounds in case my premonitions came true!
As a stew described by Julia Child as “one of the most delicious beef dishes concocted by man”, I was definitely looking forward to the end result of this rather laborious recipe. Though I can’t say whether this was man-kinds most delicious beef dish, as I am no connoisseur of beef stews, it definitely did not disappoint! The stew was rich, hearty and had an array of wonderful flavours!
Buckle up, this is a long one!
Posted in Beef, Dinner, JC100, Red Meat, soup
Tagged Bacon, beef, boeuf, bourguignon, burgundy, dinner, french, jc100, julia child, mastering the art of french cooking, red, stew, supper, week 15, wine
I must admit, I was expecting this weeks recipe to be the popular boeuf bourguignon, but maybe that will be next week for the big finale! Of course, receiving a recipe with scallops was no disappointment as I LOVE seafood and scallops are no exception! As usual the recipe did not disappoint, making for a rich and delicious appetizer that left me craving more (as good appetizer’s should!).
Posted in Appetizer, Cheese, Dinner, Fish, JC100, Seafood, Side
Tagged cheese, Chives, Garlic, gratinee, gruyere, herb, jc100, julia child, mastering the art of french cooking, scallops, shallots, swiss, week 14, white wine, wine