Chickpea Artichoke Salad

For over a year now our daughter has been a vegetarian and since she’s still a growing young woman we’ve stressed to her how important it is to ensure that she is getting adequate protein in her diet. Fortunately she absolutely loves chickpeas, which are very high in protein, and this dish is one of […]

GF Puff Pastry

Hello Friends!  I’m sorry it’s been so long in-between posts, we’ve been working away on my first e-book which is now available on iTunes! It’s focused on 25 of my most popular gluten-free desserts and features several recipes that are exclusive to the book, including this yummy gluten-free puff pastry!  You’ll be able to find […]

Costco Product Price List – Canada

Via our friends at TallyUp, we’re now able to disclose the prices for over 3,300 (and counting!) Costco products in the US and Canada.  Note that product availability and prices vary by region and that some listed prices may be sale prices that have since expired. This list is for Costco prices in Canada, click […]

Costco Product Price List – US

Via our friends at TallyUp, we’re now able to disclose the prices for over 3,300 (and counting!) Costco products in the US and Canada.  Note that product availability and prices vary by region and that some listed prices may be sale prices that have since expired. This list is for Costco prices in the US, […]

Traditional Potato Salad

Spring has arrived and outdoor parties and barbeques are back on the agenda. When you imagine yourself at an outdoor party, what are the food items you automatically think of? For me, two right off the top are hamburgers or sausages on the grill, and of course potato salad. This traditional potato salad is very […]

Egg in a nest

If you make either my beef wellington, puff pastry tart with cherry tomatoes and mascarpone or any other puff pasty based dish, sometimes you’ll have a little bit extra puff pastry left over.  This is a great looking and relatively quick breakfast dish that allows you to use up the leftover pastry. Or, use a […]

Quail Scotch Eggs

In Poland and many other countries Easter is a major holiday. In addition to the religious celebrations of Christians, Easter also means Spring has sprung, that new life abounds and eggs are the traditional symbol for fertility and rebirth. For my family our Easter traditions include egg painting and many dishes that feature eggs. One […]

Healthy, Delicious Pate

Whoever said you can’t have your cake and eat it too has never tried my pâté! :) Most people I know, they fall into one of two camps. They either love the flavor and texture of pâté, or hate it for similar reasons. It’s also typically very fatty. I wanted to make a pâté that […]

Light as air gluten free Easter cake

Here’s another yummy recipe to add to the “gluten free” bucket :) It’s extremely light in flavor and texture. For me it’s perfect just how it is, paired with a cup of good coffee. My husband prefers it with a blob of whipped cream and some fresh fruit.  The idea for this recipe comes from […]

St. Patrick’s Day Guinness Stew

After finishing his first bowl of this stew, my husband said “We have a new #1!”  He’s picky about his stews, often saying after trying a new recipe that the stew is too thick or syrupy.  This Irish stew has some significant differences from your average stew, and I think the fact that it was […]

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