I DID IT. I made this creepy red wine pasta that’s been sweeping the world wide net! In honor of Trump getting elected, I wanted to make a pasta that reflected the TEARS OF BLOOD I HAVE BEEN CRYING. After an application process that’s taken over 4 years and $$$ I finally got my US… Continue reading RED WINE PASTA
I love pasta. I love meat sauce. I love it so much that I decided to make TWO completely different dishes using the popular “pasta and meat sauce” combo. Spaghetti squash & ground chicken boats Spaghetti & meatballs in red sauce Let’s start with the lighter option. Spaghetti squash is one of those neat veggies… Continue reading Spaghetti and Meat Sauce, Two Ways!
What’s for dinner tonight? Spicy seafood pasta. Let’s talk about this pasta. Here are the ingredients you’ll need: I can whole tomatoes red pepper flakes frozen mussels frozen shrimp Shallot or small onion, chopped 3 cloves garlic, chopped brown rice pasta 1 tsp dried basil salt and pepper drizzle of olive oil It’s very easy… Continue reading Spicy Seafood Pasta
This week was all about rice! For the first dish I called on ye olde slow cooker again. I feel like I should name this thing because I use it so much. Gord? Larry? Maude? Let’s go with Gord. I had 2 chicken breasts and a hankering for teriaky so I made it happen. After… Continue reading Rice & Risotto
Matt and I have been talking about chicken parmesan for weeks now. We wanted to go to a place in Etobicoke where he says it’s the best damn parm he’s ever tasted. I love a challenge so I decided to make my own version. Chicken parm is actually quite easy, it just takes a bit… Continue reading Chicken Parm
ATTENTION. YOU NEED TO MAKE THIS SALAD. It will knock your socks off. I was inspired by an article I read about the founder of “Fresh” vegetarian restaurants. I made my own version of the ‘Phytosalad’ and ‘3-6-9′ dressing. Here is the link! http://www.foodnetwork.ca/healthy-eating/blog/ruth-tals-5-fresh-tips-for-clean-eating-plus-recipes/34666/?hootPostID=764785953a95197c41f9f94962966132 For the salad I used cooked soba noodles, shredded nappa cabbage, chopped sundried tomatoes,… Continue reading Fresh Salad
Let me start by saying I LOVE farmers’ markets. I went to the Dufferin Grove one and got a beautiful loaf of rosemary bread, peaches, chard, kale, tomatoes and fancy mushrooms. LOOK HOW FANCY! Once I bought all this my friend Steph invited me to her cottage so I had to use up this fresh… Continue reading Pasta and Salad