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Budget and Student Friendly Vietnamese Cold Rolls

Budget and Student Friendly Vietnamese Cold RollsI can’t believe it’s September already. Where did this summer go? I’m not sure if it was having the snow stay into early May or just being so busy, but this summer seemed to wiz right by. With September here in full force, so is school. Yup that’s right – back to the books, the late night studies, copious amounts of coffee and the ever growing wealth of knowledge. When CTV Morning Live contacted us about doing another segment, this time anchored around budget and student friendly meals, Bob and I agreed to the challenge (the video of the segment is posted below – tune in to see who received the “dunce” cap). Bob made some flavour packed chicken cacciatore and my rival dish was one of my favourite foods: Vietnamese cold rolls. Let’s get to my recipe (which by the way costs an average of $2.49 CAD for a serving of four cold rolls). 

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Roasted Cauliflower Mash (a.k.a Faux Mashed Potatoes)

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Yesterday I posted a simple Roasted Cauliflower recipe, and today I am following it up with this delicious roasted cauliflower mash! Given how impressed I was with the flavour of the roasted cauliflower, I was even more impressed with these faux mashed potatoes! They were awesome!

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Roasted Cauliflower

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Let’s start by saying I don’t really like cauliflower, but I bought some because it was on sale…story of my life. I had high hopes for this head of cauliflower, but I felt the light fading as it sat in my fridge for one month…and then another month…

Yeah. Two months.

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Onion Ring Fried Egg

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!
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Baked Onion Rings

Baked onion rings have been on my to-do list for a couple months now, so having plenty of free time this long weekend I finally got around to trying them out! While they can be a little bit time consuming (from unpeeled onion – to onion ring in my mouth, it probably took around an hour to an hour and a half), they were definitely worth it!
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Avocado Fries with Spicy Roast Garlic Dip

After seeing a few of these Avocado Fries on Foodgawker, I just so happened to have an avocado in my fridge and knew I had to try this intriguing combination. So here is my take on these curiously delicious Avocado Fries!
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Sundried Tomato Hummus

Here is a quick posting for some hummus I made using a recipe from another cooking blog here. I decided to add some extra flavour by putting in some sundried tomatoes. Just follow this recipe but add sundried tomatoes into the hummus and puree until you are satisfied with the extra flavour. Enjoy with some pita/tortilla chips or your favourite veggies!

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Prosciutto Wrapped Garlic Shrimp

Here is a quick, easy and delicious appetizer anyone can make for parties or just for snacking!


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Hot Chocolate on a Stick

Before I start this post I have to say that I recently discovered something that is more powerful than google: mothers. Yes, that’s right, mothers. While in the city-wide hunt for gelatin to make the homemade marshmallows, I came across pectin. Some would say pectin would be a suitable sub for gelatin, however, the mother said no and she was right…

I saw these Make & Takes blog and was instantly inspired to make them as they looked cute and delicious! The bottom is a creamy fudge that dissolves into the depths of a warm cup of milk (or soy/almond milk for those lactose people out there) and the marshmallow can be removed to float on top or stirred in for extra sweetness! Let’s get to the two-tiered recipe.
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Re-Twisted Lake Food: Homemade Salsa & Coconut-Panko Shrimp

For the Canada Day Weekend, my grandparents were nice enough to let me take a few friends to their cabin. So friends, if you’re reading this, be sure to comment below and say thanks – my grandma subscribes to the blog and will see your comments!! But like any Deutscher tradition, food is a must when entertaining guests! Keep their bellies happy and they will be happy!

During the weekend we ate like kings – from homemade four bean hummus with an assortment of veggies, homemade salsa with chicken to guacamole, sweet potato fries, over roasted hashbrowns, bbq’d eggs, skor bit fruit dip to coconut-panko shrimp!

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