Picnics & BBQs

By Occasion

Lemon Thyme Chicken Burgers

The only pos­si­ble rea­son that my home isn’t the set­ting of a hit real­ity show called “Will They Miss the Bus?” is that Mark Bur­nett has not stopped by at 8:05

By Meal Type

Lisa’s Letters Home: North African Meatballs with Cous Cous

Most meals I make are cooked in one pot because a) they are great time savers and b) I hate doing the dishes. I puffy heart love my slow cooker

By Occasion

Lisa’s Letters Home: Bonfire Baking

Remember, remember the 5th of November. It’s Bonfire Night on Monday here, which has to do with Guy Fawkes who tried to blow up the houses of parliament a very long

By Ingredient

Green’s week: Kale, Feta and Carrot Super Toss

This is actually a very retro post. All the way back to December 1, 2010. However, today of all days, I had to pull it out of the archives. Don’t

Vegetables

Lisa’s Letters Home: Salsa Verde

I’m pretty sure that I was Italian in another life, or there are some Italian genes somewhere in my roots. I love all things Italian, particularly, their amazingly diverse (and

Legumes

Sweet Corn Tostada

As a Mexican food fan living life in Canada you can imagine my pickings for authentic restaurants are slim. It’s only made worse by my boastful husband who loves to

By Ingredient

Almond Flour Cheese Chips

When I’m not stuffing my face with cake (and let’s face it, ideally that would be a daily event), I try to avoid wheat and high sugar foods to help

By Season

Grilled Shrimp Guacamole Salad

Our lovely Lisa is on a well deserved holiday (crossing our fingers that none of her kids come down with chicken pox this year!). So, we’re bringing back an oldie

Vegetables

Grilled Corn and Green Bean Salad

Whenever August arrives I’m a bit conflicted. Part of me wonders where the hell half the summer has already gone while the other half of me is psyched for the

Red Meats

Chef Notes: Smoking Made Easy Peasy

Just the idea of smoked food gets my mouth watering. Who doesn’t love smoked oysters, smoked turkey breast, or smoked beef brisket? It’s one of the oldest ways of preserving