Summer time means great flavourful produce is easily accessible. So go to your local farmers market and pick up some of these great vegetables! Continue reading “Corn and Courgette Salad with Honey Ginger Lime Vinaigrette”
It’s the end of spring which means that artichokes can be found at the market as they peak in spring, but can still be harvested in the summer. Continue reading “Whole roasted Parmesan artichokes with gremolata”
Hey everyone, as you may have noticed, I haven’t been posting all that often.
Unfortunately, this may continue a little as I am now readmitted to McGill University in Nutrition.
I’m sure that my year off will serve its purpose as I attended and graduated from the Cordon Bleu culinary school. Continue reading “Time off”
What to do with all your summer leeks? The answer is simple: make a delicious charred leek sauce.
You can use it as a dressing for salads, to replace hollandaise on your eggs benny or even use it to replace mayo in some recipes! Continue reading “Summer Sauces: Charred leek sauce”
What to do when you have an overload of jalapeños in the garden and they ripen into hot and spicy red jalapeños? The answer is to make a delicious red jalapeño hot sauce!
It’s oh so simple, takes so little time and you can control what’s in it. Have you seen the amount of added sugar in the store-bought equivalents? It’s ridiculous. Continue reading “Summer sauces : red jalapeño hot sauce”
It’s summer, and we all know what that means – frozen desserts and fruity drinks! So that means frozen treats inspired by them! Continue reading “Ginger & Pimm’s Sorbet”