This recipe for kimchi has been a long-awaited blog post and by far the most requested I have had to date. This will be my last post for the year so I can enjoy some uninterrupted down time with my family and our friends. I am also excited to work on some recipes and other projects over the next few weeks that I will share in the new year. I will post the odd photo on […]
This is one of the first dishes Matt ever made for me. It is actually his mother’s recipe (that we have adjusted slightly) and has become a staple in our house when we need something that is easy and quick to put together while being budget friendly. I buy our beans dried and soak them overnight with a bit of apple cider vinegar before cooking them and storing them in the freezer.
Meet our newest addition! Baby Ira, born at home on the morning of September 30th. He is a delight and we are all smitten with him. Thank you to everyone who has been so generous in making us meals and treats and providing amazing support in other ways. And also for being so darned excited about his arrival.
I have to thank my fabulous neighbours for introducing me to these delicious cheesy poofs. These cheese balls are best when eaten a few minutes after they come out of the oven, however, my son still loves them a few hours later in his school lunch. The dough can be made in advance and frozen into balls ready to be baked from frozen when needed.
This is my classic granola recipe, give or take a few ingredients depending on what I have on hand at the time. Instead of adding dried fruit at the end, I add it to the mix before it gets baked because I love chewy pieces of fruit in my granola. If little ones are going to be eating this, or if anyone has a hard time with chewing, add the dried fruit in after baking […]
In our household we eat a hot cooked breakfast each day of the week. It helps that we have two children who wake well before the sun comes up, as this gives us a bit of time to prepare our meals before school and work. But these breakfast beans really are quick to make and you can speed up the process by getting things ready the night before, or you can make them in the weekend when you […]