Around this time of year, everyone seems to be coming down with a cold. Even my little guy caught his first cold last week, which was not fun for any of us (especially with a sick hubby, too). And what’s the first thing people always seem to tell you to eat when you’re sick? A … Continue reading
I know, I know. I haven’t posted in 10 entire days. I have no excuse, other than the fact I was sick for much of last week, and then there was Thanksgiving. Ah, Thanksgiving. My favourite cooking holiday. This year, however, I had a little bit of a turkey disaster. Basically, the 16 pounder we … Continue reading
Yesterday I featured a Thanksgiving staple – the turkey. Today, I’ve got a great, simple recipe for another whole bird – one you may be a bit more familiar with – the chicken. I absolutely love roasting a chicken whole – the crispy skin, the juicy inside, and different parts to suit everyone’s tastes. The … Continue reading
As I promised you guys last week, today’s blog post is all about my famous Maple Butter turkey. I say famous because I cook it exactly twice per year (Thanksgiving and Christmukah dinner), for crowds of 12-25 people, and each one of those people claim it’s the best turkey they’ve ever had. I’m really not … Continue reading
I’ve been completely MIA this past week and I apologize – September is always so busy between the Jewish holidays, my sister-in-law’s birthday, my birthday and my dad’s birthday, I barely have time to do anything else. So expect more of me next week when things slow down a bit (definitely come visit next week, … Continue reading
I keep meaning to post this recipe, because it’s seriously the easiest, quickest tastiest chicken recipe out there. It’s so flavourful and tangy yet savoury and sweet all at once. I originally got the recipe from the witty in the city blog, who calls it ‘Man Pleasing Chicken’, and I’ve been sharing it with my … Continue reading
Happy Friday! Today, I posted my weekly blog for Flyerland.ca – today’s recipe is for 5-layer magic squares. They are so amazingly rich and delicious, and the ultimate lazygirl recipe (People will think you worked really hard on these, I promise). Check out the recipe here.