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Mississippi Blood Pie – Halloween Chocolate Mud Pie

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It’s that time of year again where the ghosts, goblins and ghouls come out from their dark corners to haunt little children…and for adults to stuff our faces with delicious chocolate, candy, drinks and treats. That’s right, it’s Halloween. Bob and I were invited back to do another cooking segment with CTV Morning Live with a Halloween twist. We kept true to who we are, Bob covering the savory, while I dived into the sweeter side of Halloween with a Dexter inspired chocolate pie. Let’s get to the recipe so you can make it for your spooky Halloween party!

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Old Fashioned Banana Cream Pie

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How this pie came about was a bit strange because for some odd reason I was craving a Banana Cream Pie or a Coconut Cream Pie (I think I’ll make that one next), but I’ve never had a slice of Banana Cream Pie in my life; or not that I can remember anyways. Regardless of where this craving came from, I hustled into the kitchen to whip up my first Banana Cream Pie.  Let’s get to the recipe so you can satisfy your own cravings. Continue reading

Charlotte Chantilly | JC100 – Week 9

Well…

Looks like I have been forced to bake again for this weeks Julia Child recipe.

This time it’s the Charlotte Chantilly with strawberries, a wonderfully creamy dessert encased in delicious homemade ladyfingers. As was mentioned on my previous baking effort, which happened to be my first for the blog, I had earned myself a 100% track record by successfully baking the Reine De Saba.

Now maybe my confidence was a little too high this time around, as I successfully completed the difficult part (though not very), of baking the lady fingers, I felt like I was on track for another success… Well folks, I was then graced by my very first minor baking disaster! As I was beating the egg yolks and sugar for the Chantilly, everything was going great. I had beat them until ribbony and pale yellow, then continued beating over not quite simmering water until hot to the touch, then proceeded to the last step of beating them while chilling.

This is where disaster strikes and my brain fails.
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Cinnamon Bun French Toast

Hey folks!

If you feel like indulging in an amazing, sweet, delicious and caloric breakfast this recipe is for you! Now I took the shortcut here and didn’t actually make the cinnamon buns since I live a block away from “Grounds for Coffee” which apparently has some of Vancouver’s best cinnamon buns, so I had to try them (they were delish!).

The idea of this breakfast was brought to my attention by my girlfriend Megan, who used to order this at Moxie’s years ago until they got rid of the recipe. So after lamenting about this amazing dish, we had to make it!

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Homemade Butter (Infused with Saskatoon Berries)

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After a recent challenge from the honorary eater of the Boy Bait Cookies to re-create Culina’s famous blueberry butter, I ventured into the kitchen to see if I could even come close to matching it. Well, I think I may have done it!! *Secretly gave myself a quick fist pound in the kitchen for accomplishing this – shhh don’t tell anyone…* And to my surprise, making homemade butter was even easier than I thought, so now I challenge you to make some of your own homemade butter:
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Crepes: Easy & Fancy Breakfast

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Crepes are one of my favorite breakfast fancy foods. For the most part, it’s an easy recipe to make and the toppings can easily be changed around to alter the look and taste of the crepes. For this recipe, I use our family’s oldest (yet, probably the best) cookbook: Betty Crocker’s Cookbook. To give you a sense of old this gem really is, my dad got it from my grandma as a bachelor/moving away from home present. Yeah, we’re talking dinosaurs years here people ;).

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