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Well let me start this post off with explaining why this recipe is a bit late…. Saskatchewan was slammed with a heat and humidity wave all of last week and the last place I wanted to be was inside, let alone my kitchen (my house was 27°C in the evening…. I don’t even want to know what the humidity levels were inside) and to start boiling a hot pot of soup….Nope – no thanks! Originally, I was hoping to do some walleye fishing and use some local fish, but then got rained out on that plan. Because of the rain, I headed to the grocery store to buy some seafood and was happy that I found some mussels. To continue the adventure, when I got home I opened the package and was hit with the nasty smell of seafood gone bad – wowza, talk about an awful smell. Note to others: if the mussels are even SLIGHTLY open, they have spoiled! So much for mussels in the soup. I was a bit sad too because I knew their beautiful shells would add an extra dimension to the plating. But in good news, the heat cooled off thanks to buckets of rain and I was able to make the soup. So now that it’s here, let’s get to this recipe… Continue readingvalium online pharmacy xanax for sale buy xanax online no prescription buy tramadol without prescription buy ambien no prescription buy xanax online without prescription ambien online no prescription buy tramadol online without prescription xanax online without prescription buy valium no prescription tramadol online without prescription buy valium no prescription valium online no prescription soma online no prescription
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
Before trying to make these at home, I was always a bit confused why people would want to eat lettuce wraps – with no carbs, sauces or spices how could these things be tasty? Well, was I proved wrong. Lettuce wraps are not only uber healthy, but surprisingly packed with flavour and very easy to make. So let’s get to the recipe so we can all enjoy this healthy meal.
During a recent dinner date I decided that we should ‘travel’ to the exotic land of Thailand with the creation of Pad Thai! This was one of my first adventures into ‘ethnic cuisine’ and I have to say it turned out relatively well. Now, let’s sit back, relax and enjoy a savoury dish of pad thai:
Here is a quick, easy and delicious appetizer anyone can make for parties or just for snacking!
Today we have a BS’ In The Kitchen original recipe! Aka, Carlene and Bob just throw a bunch of ingredients together and hope for the best. We decided to go for panko breaded chicken breasts, stuffed with shrimp, cream cheese and Italian cheese. I think you’d really have to mess up to make that combination taste bad, so we felt pretty confident with our recipe, here it is:
Remember BS’ers, go into the kitchen with a bit of humor!!