Many years ago I was visiting my sister in California and she made these muffins. They are not too sweet, a bit dense and a perfect snack. Even though they are lemon muffins there is only a hint of lemon, which I like. As I was making these this morning, my friend was over and taste tested them for me…and ended up taking some home! They … Continue reading Edith’s Lemon Poppy Seed Muffins
These salmon patties are a staple in our house. I keep a couple of cans of salmon in the pantry to whip up these patties for dinner anytime. They are good as the main in a meal, on a bun as a burger or cold from the fridge.
I am not sure what the name of this bread/cake is… or whether it is a yeasted cake or a cake-like bread! My aunt gave me the recipe on a piece of paper. I have tried to search for it online to give credit to the original recipe but could not find it. I am sure my aunt must have gotten the recipe from somewhere!! This … Continue reading Quick Cinnamon Swirl
My daughter-in-law bought me the smitten kitchen cookbook by deb perelman. I have made several recipes from the book. The pictures are great, giving us direction for some of the recipes & showing us the finished item in such a way that one can’t help but want to make it and eat it right away!
I have been to Cafe Mosiacs , located at 10844 82 Avenue, Edmonton, twice in the last 2 weeks! I don’t know why it has taken me so long to get there! The food was delicious. The first time I went I had the Huevos Rancheros and my friend had the Vegan Scramble. Each of us ordered the Mellow Yellow, which is a sweet turmeric … Continue reading Cafe Mosiacs
This recipe is great for lunch or as a side dish. No added carbs, just vegetables, cheese and eggs. Quick and easy to put together. I plan on serving this as a side with some fish. Of course, you can eat it any way you want! Even right out of the pan with a spoon, it is so good! Here is the recipe … Continue reading Spinach Broccoli Bake
This is my mother-in-law Zelda Glick’s recipe. She may have gotten this from her mother-in-law. So now I have to give it to my daughter-in-law!!! It only takes one bowl to make this cookie batter. Easy to mix up by hand because it has oil in it instead of butter, making this batter a quick put-together, These cookies are dome-shaped, not flat. Non-dairy which is … Continue reading Zelda’s Oatmeal Cookies
My friend Rosemary Kitay came over and we made these Lammingtons together. Lammintons are little rectangles of moist delicious white cake, dipped into a chocolate coating..more like a liquidy sauce.. and then rolled in coconut. We worked quickly when it came to dipping the cake into the chocolate which was really fun! A bit messy on our hands but well worth the effort! Rosemary brought … Continue reading Lammingtons
I love most recipes on The Nosher. So when I want to try one I am never worried about being disappointed. I wasn’t this time either. A few weeks ago they posted a recipe for Sweet and Sour meatballs served with spaghetti squash. I did the same. I must admit that I like spaghetti better than spaghetti squash but that’s what Murray and I had … Continue reading Sweet and Sour Meatballs from The Nosher
A friend of mine asked me a question about the thumbprint in Thumbprint Cookies…it pops up during baking and what to do about it. So I decided best to try it out and see. I found a recipe in my ‘recipe binder’. The directions say to bake the cookies for 5 minutes then remove from the oven and re-indent them with your thumb. There is … Continue reading Swedish Pastry ( Thumbprint Cookies)
This is a recipe on the Smitten Kitchen website. it is the recipe for Balthazar’s cream of mushroom soup. I changed the recipe to make it non-dairy, and used dried herbs instead of the fresh ones. I will write down the recipe as I made it but will add a link to the original recipe on SmittenKitchen.com https://smittenkitchen.com/2007/01/superlatively-souper/ Here is the recipe the way I … Continue reading Mushroom Soup
I just read this article from Chatelaine magazine. I subscribe to thier email newsletter and there are usually good recipes and articles. This article is about butter. Very interesting to know how cold, room temperature or melted butter effect baking and what each is best for Here is the link to the article http://www.chatelaine.com/recipes/recipe-collections/how-butter-works-why-recipes-call-for-cold-soft-or-melted-butter/ Continue reading Butter !