For a printer friendly version of this recipe, click here. An utterly fabulous salad! This is a recipe I like play around with and all are wonderful, especially the one with duck cracklings, croutons, Gorgonzola and changing out dried sour
A pasta dish with the Greek flavours of cinnamon, cloves and cayenne. These spices remind me of the first spaghetti dish I absolutely fell in love that got me started down the path to pasta addiction! The pasta is simple
For a printer friendly version of this recipe, click here. The very first time I made quiche was probably in the 1970’s! I had invited a bunch of my “girlfriends” over for Sunday brunch and wanted to make them something
I know for a fact that Panforte is definitely in season! This is a traditional Italian confection that is a speciality of the town of Siena, Italy. You can buy the imported ones from Siena here, but it’s just not the same.
Not that long ago, kale was not part of my repertoir. But after travelling to Italy the first time, I realized what I we were missing! I actually started growing Lacinato kale just to make this absolutely scrumptious veggie side
We call them turnips, other countries call them rutabagas and the Scots call them neeps! Whatever they are called, I like ‘em! Makes 8 – 10 Servings 1 ½ lbs. turnip, peeled, cut into 1” pieces 3 lbs. baking potatoes
For a printer friendly version of this recipe, click here. Totally delicious with roast chicken, pork or if you like, as a vegetarian meal along with a salad. Makes 4 Servings 1 squash (either butternut or delicata) ¼ cup chopped
For a printer friendly version of this recipe, click here. Absolutely delicious with just about anything you can think of! You can always cut the recipe in half! Makes 8 – 10 Side Dish Servings 5 baking potatoes (russet) 2
For a printer friendly version of this recipe, click here. One of my go to veggie dishes in the fall and winter! Creamy and delicious! I use the tan coloured sweet potatoes. Goes very well with chicken, turkey or pork.