Fall

Dinner

Lasagna Soup

A comfort food is described as a nostalgic dish that has sentimental value to a person. As comfort dishes go, lasagna fits the bill for me in spades. However, the

Poultry

Slow Cooker Chicken Enchilada Soup

This post was initially published in February of 2021. I miss eating in restaurants. It’s not even the food I’m missing. It’s the experience. I’ve been supporting local restaurants all

Vegetables

Sweet Potato and Apple Soup

It’s comfort week and I could easily spend our time together in this post complaining about the polar vortex snap that hit Canada, and most of the mid-west States, this

Red Meats

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,

Fall

Turkey, Kale and Sweet Potato Chili

Guys, we did it. We survived January–the month that never ends. The way I think about it, Spring is almost here. Stay with me on this. February goes really fast,

Fall

Pumpkin Ricotta Cookies

It’s all documented here just search holiday cookies and you can see some of it. I used to plan a holiday cookie decorating party (mostly with all the neighbourhood kids)

Poultry

Pastry Pockets with Turkey, Sweet Potato and Cranberry (Thanksgiving Leftovers)

Everyone puts so much thought into their Thanksgiving holiday menu. I’m one of those people. However, do you bother to think about what to do with all the leftovers? It’s

Fall

Top 5 Thanksgiving Sides (our actual family favourites!)

Everyone thinks the turkey is the main event on Thanksgiving, but the heart of any holiday table is always the side dishes. This collection of side dishes are worthy of

Thanksgiving

Think Outside the Pie: Thanksgiving Desserts You’ll Love

Everyone loves pie but maybe, just maybe, this thanksgiving you want to add another sweet to your table that breaks with tradition or will stand up next to your pie

Red Meats

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