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This months issue of Bon Appetit is really appealing to my taste-buds! I’ve done the Chicken & Dumplings, the Peanut Butter-Sriracha Toast (which I tried out of pure curiosity and it was actually delicious), and now this pork chop. Not to mention a number of other recipes that have piqued my interest. In my efforts to reduce the amount of meat I keep in my freezer, I will be on a steady diet of pork chops and chicken until it’s all gone!
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Last night after thawing out a pork chop, I realized I had some fennel in the fridge, along with a butternut squash puree that I thought would all go perfectly together. Recalling the Fennel Crusted Pork Chop recipe from Bon Appetit, I gave it a go with a few alterations!
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Posted in Dinner, Pork, Potato
Tagged bon appetit, butternut squash, Fancy, fennel, fennel crusted pork chop, Pork, pork chop, Potatoes, puree, recipe
It’s hard to believe that another Valentine’s Day (or as I like to call it: Singles Awareness Day) has come and gone. This year, a good friend of mine, Chantal, has her fiance away at Police School so I invited her over so she wouldn’t have to be alone on the day of love and let’s face the facts – I love cooking for people! Even more when they do the dishes after! I wanted to make a meal that was healthy, yet filling, delicious and relatively quick to make. I settled on a Mustard Dill Salmon, Scalloped Potatoes, a Fresh Greens Salad and Pavlova for dessert. This recipe is also a bit different in terms of BS in the Kitchen Recipes, because this is almost a full dinner menu. Continue reading
Posted in Dinner, Fish, Healthy, Potato, Salad
Tagged cheese, date, dijon, dill, greens, Lemon, meal, mixed, Mustard, night, plan, Potatoes, Salad, salmon, scalloped
Parmesan… roasted garlic… fried potatoes… you are pretty much guaranteed your food is going to taste good with those ingredients! This recipe is super easy and very tasty!
Posted in Cheese, Easy, Fried, Potato, Side
Tagged cheese, dinner, easy, Garlic, pan fried, parmesan, Potato, Potatoes, Roasted, rosemary, side
Don’t be too shocked now BS’ers, but I do know how to cook in the kitchen and just not bake! The other day I picked up a small steak and was pondering how I’d cook it in my BBQ-less apartment and stumbled across a few good recipes and combined them together to get this savoury steak done on a george foreman grill. Continue reading
Posted in Dinner, Easy, Fresh herbs, Grilled, Healthy, Red Meat, Steak
Tagged Barbecue, BBQ, Garlic, Grill, Grilled, lavender, Lemon, Potatoes, rosemary, Steak
I recently was able to share a lovely meal with a friend that was filled with delicious wine (Layered Caked wine to be exact – appropriate for the blog don’t you think?), three different colours of potatoes, an array of other root vegetables followed up with a roasted rosemary lemon chicken with a side of garlic bread and tomato soup. Have you drooling yet? Let’s get to the recipe for the chicken:
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Tagged bread, Chicken, Garlic, Lemon, oil, olive, Pepper, Potatoes, Roasted, rosemary, salt, tasty
Today I utilize another Christmas gift.
But this time, I am using the gift I gave to my parents, a Cuisinart Food Slicer. Maybe I am a bad son, or maybe just a little selfish, but as I purchased this item I began dreaming up all the wonderful food I could slice up and put on the blog! Setting my own greed aside, I hope my parents find their gift as useful as I do…
Anyways, onto the potato chips.
Posted in Barbecue, Easy, Healthy, Just for Fun, Potato, Snack, Snack, Uncategorized
Tagged alternative, Barbecue, chip, diane, dill, healthy, home, homemade, ketchup, made, montreal, Potato, Potatoes, Ranch, sauce, sliced, spice, Steak
It’s about time for some DS In The kitchen, that’s right, Dad and Son! Oh what a combo we make!
We had Dave on the Elk Roast and myself adding some input on the seasoning and taking care of the potatoes. First off we seasoned the elk roast with some Cavendar’s Greek Spice and browned the outside in a pan with some olive oil. Once this was done we poked a hole in the middle of the elk roast so we could secure it on the meat holder (whatever it’s called??). Since we had to put a hole in the center of the roast, I figured we might as well stuff it with some flavouring right? So, on we went putting lots of garlic cloves and greek spice into the center of the roast.
This was a recipe I came across a while ago in a Rachel Ray magazine and made the coffee rubbed steak but didn’t have any sweet potatoes on hand, so I knew I was going to be visiting it again! Little did I know I would be eating it two days in a row!
In an effort to impress my wonderful girlfriend I thought this would be a tasty little meal for our stay at home date, but unfortunately I had a little flare up on the barbecue and the steaks were dry! WORST NIGHTMARE. Fortunately we are still together after that catastrophe and Carlene’s camera wasn’t at home so I didn’t even have to worry about pictures for the blog.