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Asian Brined Pork with Vermicelli Noodle Salad

May 15th, 2014 · No Comments · Barbecue, Dinner, International Food, Pork, Vegetable

Barbecue season is upon us, warm weather is here, and summer is on its way! Thanks to a very busy several months being stuck in my basement, editing a TV show, I am now experiencing uncontrollable cravings for warm weather and vitamin D! Fortunately, the weekly deadlines are done, and my schedule is a little […]

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Slow Cooker Pulled Pork

January 22nd, 2013 · 4 Comments · Easy, left overs, Pork

After a perfect afternoon of ice fishing (okay well not perfect-perfect, because we didn’t even get a single bite and almost hit a deer with the truck – literally missing it by centimeters, but it was perfect in the sense that we got to spend some time enjoying the great Canadian outdoors)…. okay back on […]

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Herb Rubbed Pork Loin

January 19th, 2013 · 4 Comments · Dinner, Easy, Fresh herbs, Pork

I have been dreaming about making Porchetta like the one from Vancouver’s Meat & Bread (an amazingly good sandwich shop), but before I bought all the ingredients, I wanted to test this recipe first. After modifying it a bit for a small pork loin, I can happily say the seasoning is definitely similar to Meat […]

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Boeuf Bourguignon | JC100 – Week 15

August 14th, 2012 · No Comments · Beef, Dinner, JC100, Red Meat, soup

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 […]

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Walleye Rice Cakes | Leftover Makeover

August 2nd, 2012 · 1 Comment · Dinner, Easy, Fish, How To, left overs

One of my “fridge struggles” is finding something to do with leftover food, especially with the common left over items like rice and pasta. The other night I had two items on hand: left over wild ancient grain rice and fresh walleye from a fishing trip with my dad. So off to the kitchen I […]

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Corn Roasted Walleye

July 29th, 2012 · 5 Comments · Fish, Healthy, Roast, Summer Fresh, Vegetable

If anyone knows our family, they know we are big into fishing – specifically walleye. Our dad, the leader of the Deutscher pack, was a member of Team Canada for walleye fishing (yes, there is a team Canada…), Board for the Fishing for Tomorrow Foundation and the Saskatchewan Walleye Trail‘s Vice President, it’s safe to […]

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Roast Chicken with Lemon & Dill | JC100 – Week 8

June 27th, 2012 · 5 Comments · Chicken, Easy, Fresh herbs, How To, JC100

It’s hard to believe we are already on week eight of the Julia Child celebration. This week’s French cooking assignment was a roasted chicken. Like Bob & I’s other posts, we wanted to jazz things up a bit so we did a lemon dill roasted chicken. Is it possible to ever go wrong with lemon […]

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Sautéed Spinach & Turkey Sandwich

April 6th, 2012 · 7 Comments · Bread, Dinner, Easy, Lunch, Sandwich, Snack, Snack, Turkey

Initially I had no plans on posting this recipe and was just making it because I was hungry, but after I made it, cut it in half and tried a little piece that fell out, it was too delicious and beautiful not to post! Fortunately my camera was close by and I snapped a few […]

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Greek-Hummus Pork Chops with Lemon-Hummus Vinaigrette Salad

June 20th, 2011 · No Comments · Easy, Healthy, Hummus, Pork, Salad

Cooking pork seemed like a flashback to our days of our Maple Leaf promo – so who wants to guess what kind of pork I used?? You’re right! Only the best – of course, Maple Leaf. These pork chops were great when crusted with the hummus and Cavender’s greek seasoning. The salad dressing was an […]

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Busy Chicken Pasta

November 24th, 2010 · No Comments · Easy, Healthy

I think we’ve chatted about this on the blog before, but sometimes us foodies (aka. nickname for food bloggers out there), just don’t have the time or creative energy to make a huge dynamic & showy meal, well that’s where these quick and easy ones come in. Below is a quick (maybe 5-10 mins to […]

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