Tag "Summer"

Summer

A Roundup of Not Your Campfire S’more’s But Just As Awesome

You know when one perfectly toasted marshmallow falls ono the ground. Yea, not that. Here’s a roundup of recipes that allow you to enjoy the summer sweet trifecta of chocolate,

Appetizers

Strawberry Brie Bruschetta

As seen on the Morning Show, this simple recipe for Strawberry Brie Bruschetta is a wonderful and savoury way to enjoy strawberries all summer long.

Seafood

Salmon with Blueberry Sauce

I no longer create dishes that I think my daughter will like. I create dishes we want to eat. Whether she likes them or not is up to her. I’ve

Recipes

Our Top 10 Summer Desserts

These desserts are in no particular order because, like children, I love them all equally. From no-bake Peanut Butter and Banana Pops to our Frozen Strawberry Cream Pie, this list

By Ingredient

Strawberry and banana nice cream

Ceri and I con­stantly get ques­tions about how we put together the blog. Actu­ally, that’s not true. I con­stantly get ques­tions relat­ing to what I used to do. When peo­ple find out that

Fruits

Roasted Cherry Sauce

Okay, we’ve been talking a lot about the school year because, well, you know. The book. I feel like it’s all I’ve talked about for a month and there’s a

Lunch

15 Amazing Summer Entertaining Recipes

Can you help me with something? I need help finding a way to enjoy the long weekend coming at us in Canada without acknowledging that the summer is halfway done.

Articles

10 Delicious Things to Cook in June

Well, hello June! It’s soooo good to see you and all the lovely produce you brought with you. It’s great to see local cucumber, rhubarb and strawberries start piling into

Lunch

Ginger Salmon Burgers

Where’s the border, for you, between worth the effort and way too much work? Obviously this is a highly subjective question and there isn’t a right or wrong answer. I

Lunch

Summer Lunch Week: Tuna White Bean Salad

I was evil in an ear­lier life. (If you have known me to be evil in this life, I’m sorry) It’s the only expla­na­tion for the fact that two weeks