Porridge Bread

Porridge Bread

Anthony tweeted a picture of some bread I baked yesterday and a few people (well 2) asked for the recipe. This is one of my favourite bread recipes and it is one that I always asked my mom to make for me and I started making when I moved out here to BC and it […] . . . → Read More: Porridge Bread

Christmas Eve Tradition: Tourtiere

There are a few Christmas Eve traditions we have and like most traditions they have to do with food. I like to make something my mother made and our boys absolutely love, Tourtiere.  Tourtiere is a French-Canadian spiced meat pie.
Ingredients:
1.5 lbs lean ground pork
1.5 lbs lean ground beef
small diced onion
2 grated potatoes
2 diced cloves of […] . . . → Read More: Christmas Eve Tradition: Tourtiere

Recipe: Potato Scones

As a child (and teenager) I was always happy when we had leftover mashed potatoes because it meant that in the morning, or for brunch the next day we would have potato scones.  Warm from the oven with melted butter these scones are to die for, light and fluffy and not dry at all.
Last night […] . . . → Read More: Recipe: Potato Scones

Oven Baked Real Chicken Nuggets

I sometimes forget how easy it is to make real food.  Well maybe the reason I forget is because it is easy to make real food unless you are spending most of the time running through your baby gates and trying to stop your toddler from destroying your computer or making a trans-Atlantic telephone call.  […] . . . → Read More: Oven Baked Real Chicken Nuggets