Red Meats

Dinner

Cornbread Topped Chili

A quick spin through the SPC archives confirms that we are big chili fans. We’ve got white, chickpea, lentil, slow cooker pork, slow cooker beef, chicken, a chili mac…. oh, yes,

Lunch

Flatbread Taco Pizza

  You know we’re all about home cooking around here. But that doesn’t mean we don’t appreciate that way store-bought ingredients can help us get a meal on the table.

Spices

Sweet Potato Shepherd’s Pie

Before I had a kid, I kept ice and a bottle of vodka in my refrigerator. That’s it. Then, when I had a baby, my freezer was filled with dozens

Roundup

Our Favourite Grilling Recipes

This post about grilling and anything that has to do with fresh, local berries and frozen treats are probably my most beloved posts to create every year. After all, they

Spring

Spiced Flank Steak with Chimichurri Sauce

If you give me a house plant I will kill it. This isn’t a threat. It’s a promise. For some reason, I can’t keep a single plant alive. Even the

Dinner

Sponsored Post: Mexican Beef and Brown Rice Bake

We’ve been shooting our second cookbook the past few weeks so it’s been an exceptionally busy time; leaving little room for dinner prep. I assumed I wouldn’t have to worry

Winter

Slow Cooker Beef Chili

I’m squeezing this chili in at–what I’m hoping will be–the end of our Winter. Despite the fact our forecast says snow, I’m choosing to believe in the power of spring

By Season

Slow-Cooker Pulled Pork Sandwich (and way more!)

It’s done. Call off the search. This is what you’re making for dinner this weekend. Hey, don’t get all “thanks-a-lot-but-what-about-tonight-because-I-forgot-to-take-something-out-of-the-freezer-and-I’m-about-to-throw-in-the-towel.” Go right ahead and throw that sucker in and make

Red Meats

White Bean Cabbage and Sausage Soup

Laura and I are in the thick of recipe testing and writing our second book. It’s an exciting time and I wish the final product weren’t so far off. We

Winter

Spicy Beef Tacos

I’m the grade parent in my daughter’s classroom. It means I’m the liaison between the parents and the teacher; communicating on anything outside of academics. It’s one of those jobs