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Lemon Pepper Seared Tuna

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In an effort to alleviate the pressures of Valentines Day, I bring you Seared Tuna! A gift sure to please many! Well not exactly a gift…but for those looking to cook an impressive and tasty supper, yet fearing a dinner date disaster, this one is for you. Seared tuna is a pretty fail safe entree if you ask me. Its like coloring in the lines. Literally. As it cooks, watching the side of your tuna steak, you can see the color gradually change from the dark to light, telling you how done it is, and if that’s not enough, it takes less than five minutes to cook!!

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For those people who haven’t cooked tuna, just think about this: It’s one of the few things that actually tastes good coming from a can (canned chicken, ham, corned beef – BARF). Okay Canned Unicorn Meat would probably be amazing, but I digress. Let’s get to the recipe (there’s not much to it).

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Asparagus Au Naturel with Hollandaise Sauce | JC 100 – Week 12

This week we received a lot of fabulous vegetable recipes as part of the Julia Child JC100 Celebration. Let’s kick things off with a simple recipe that makes a great side dish to any dinner: Asparagus Au Naturel topped with a creamy Hollandaise Sauce.
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Lemon Dill Chicken Thighs

I’m working out of town this month and am fortunately not stuck in a dumpy motel, instead i’m in a townhouse at Waskesiu’s Elkridge Resort, so I have a full kitchen, pots, pans and all that good stuff! But being that i’m out of town and don’t have a fully stocked kitchen I am forced to keep my ingredients pretty simple (since the nearest grocery store is an hour away). With a few things I picked before taking off to work, i’ve been able to muster up some pretty tasty dishes. Here’s one of them!
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Quick Fire Recipe: Lime Banger Pumpkin Seeds

After all of your pumpkin carving, save the seeds! Clean them, let them dry completely then gently toss them in EVOO, juice of half a lime, lots of sea salt and fresh cracked pepper and roast in a 400°F oven for 20-30 minutes. Be sure to toss about every 5 minutes while roasting them. Cool off & enjoy!

P.S. Why the phone photo & quick fire recipe? These were too tasty to set up the whole photo taking assembly! :)

 

Salted Ganache Chocolate Cheesecake

Okay before we even begin I have to confess that this is totally a cheater recipe – but hey, it looks fancy and works great when you’re in a pinch for time. Since this recipe is all for conserving time, let’s get to it.

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Roasted Rosemary Lemon Chicken

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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Bacon-Fleur De Salt Chocolate Velvet Cupcakes Drizzled with Pure Maple Syrup & Chocolate Agave Icing

I was looking for a delicious and unique cupcake to bring to my TEDx Saskatoon wrap-up meeting, but was faced with a bit of a problem: I was squished for time and to be 100% honest, was just too lazy to make a cake from scratch, so I went back to my trustee quick Saucy Sprinkles mix. But ah-ah – problem two struck me at this point: I only had a vanilla box mix and I wanted chocolate. Time to get creative BS’ers….
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The Adventure of Salted Caramels

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Dear BS’ers,

I come to you with news of defeat and news of triumph. The case: Salted Caramels. Last week, I was on the hunt for a goodie that would put a smile on someone’s face and also be mail worthy (i.e. Fit into a small package and be able to stay fresh and tasty for at least four days). I also wanted something a bit out of the norm – everyone has had homemade cookies, but how many people have had homemade salted caramels? So obviously, these little caramels quickly became my weapon of choice.

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Kale Chips: The Perfect Excuse to Eat Chips

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Our Walmart here is Saskatoon recently got converted into a Super-Walmart and long behold they had kale! Before making these chips, I never tried Kale, but I can let you know that I will be buying it again soon. These kale chips are a great way to pack in some crunch of potato chips, but load up on some great vitamins that the kale has like beta carotene, vitamin K, vitamin C, lutein, zeaxanthin, and reasonably rich in calcium and even has anti-cancer agents. I know, you’re sold on the recipes already! So let’s get to it (in steps this time):
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