I cut the recipe for this pumpkin cake out of a magazine in 2002. I love this cake so much that I have the paper in a clear plastic sleeve so that it doesn’t get ruined! It is perfect for pumpkin lovers & even if you don’t love pumpkin, you might find that you like this cake. …The pumpkin flavour is so subtle. Continue reading “Pumpkin Walnut Cake **the walnuts are optional”
This is delicious! I grew up eating tuna sandwiches on white bread with some Old Dutch plain potato chips. Absolute comfort food for me. Don’t get me wrong, I still love this. And…. the tuna doesn’t have anything added to it…just Kraft Mayonnaise.. BUT….. this tuna with curry is fantastic!
I decided to try a new recipe for roasting a bone-in turkey breast. Checking the internet, there were so many recipes…how to choice? Continue reading “Roasted Turkey Breast with Herbs”
Like Shepherds pie…. like pot pie…this is really a savoury casserole that is called a pie! This recipe is made with the addition of beer…so I knew Murray would like it!
Pumpkin Biscuits with Cheddar Cheese..an interesting combination for sure. We weren’t completely convinced that this would be good but it is! I think this is a great accompaniment for any meal & I also made it into a sandwich with lox & cream cheese! Continue reading “Pumpkin Biscuits with Cheddar Cheese”
I am not sure how something so simple with so few ingredients can be as delicious as this curry dish is. This is a complete meal on its own with the addition of a starch if you want, but if you are not so much into a completely vegetarian meal, I think this curry would be a wonderful accompaniment to a simple chicken breast, or even add some cooked shredded chicken right into this curry.
When I go to Toronto, there is a dessert called Kokosh Cake that I love. I usually buy it at a place called Hermes on Bathurst Street, the address is 2885 Bathurst Street, North York. Layers of dough surrounded by a delicious chocolate filling…and sometimes I find it with a cinnamon filling which is hard to find…Since I live in Edmonton & I am pretty sure that no one make Kokosh Cake here, I have to make it myself. The recipe I decided to make is from Truffles & Trends…I made 4 small ones from one recipe…2 with 1/2 of the recipe for the chocolate filling on that page & the other one with a cinnamon filing. The recipe calls for butter, but I like to have most of my desserts non-dairy so I use Becel Vegan margarine..you can use any vegan margaine you like.. Earth Balance… whatever, or use the butter….Continue reading “Chocolate & Cinnamon Kokosh Cake”
I love scones, & am in search of the perfect pumpkin scone…. I tried this recipe & am going to try another one to compare the 2!!!
This beef stir- fry recipe is quite good. The recipe is from Chatelaine Magazine. Their recipes are usually good so this is what we had for dinner last Night. It was very fast to make so perfect when you don’t want to spend a lot of time preparing dinner
My husband Murray loves everything pumpkin! Maybe not a pumpkin spice latte but pretty sure everything else! Murray made these pumpkin custards with fresh pumpkin & they are delish! Continue reading “Pumpkin Custard”
My mother-in-law Zelda is famous for her varenikis. These are different from the pyroghy recipe I posted at the beginning of the year,,,,Peroghy…Pirogi…Pierogi anyway you spell it, they are delicious The peroghy have a dough that has sour cream in it & the dough for the varenikis is dairy free.