Mmmmm homemade tomato soup…
Archive for October, 2011
Looking for a easy, light tasting dessert? Want to impress your guests? I got the perfect thing for you!
Tiramisu in a loaf pan, comes out looking wonderful!
You can make it with decaf coffee, so the kids will enjoy it too with out jumping off the walls!:)
My whole family enjoys this dessert! I hope you will too!
One of my sons favourite dinners is roast beef dinner! The way I prepare my roast beef is the way my Grandmother taught me.
Halva is a well known dessert in the Balkans and in the Mid East…..but they are different. Every culture has their own traditional ways of making it. In the Mid East halva is made with tahini and is commonly found in Middle Eastern stores ready in a plastic container….very sweet and hard sometimes with added pistachios, although I did find one that is soft and more like cotton candy and that is really yummy as well.
This is a delicious veggie lasagna! My hubby actually prefers it over the one with meat sauce! It is filled with flavour, and its best when the veggies are in season!
One thing I remember as a kid was in the fall and winter my mom would make her cinnamon rolls….the same ones she grew up making in Sweden.
My Grandfather and I just couldn’t wait for them to get out of the oven and into our mouths! He had diabetes so my mom did not use much sugar, nor iced them…but I loved them just the same!
She would fill hers with raisins and sometimes walnuts….one thing though they would become dry the next day, so with some experimenting on how to keep them from drying out and staying soft….I figured it out! The secret is yogurt!
I love the combination of cheese and veggie in this pide! Its even better with roasted red peppers! You can make it with a variety of veggies, sometimes I add mushrooms and olives to the mix! Any veggie will do, the more the merrier! You can also make this with store bought flat bread, I get mine from a Middle Eastern Bakery, they work out perfect!
From my fellow Canadian blogger and friend Katrin So glad that we met through this foodie land<3 If you don’t already know Katrin or her blog go check her out runningwiththedevil-eggsthatis! !:)
We love our cabbage rolls especially when they’re pickled! Pickled cabbage are tangy and convenient! You don’t have to cut, core and boil, can’t get easier than that! Plus we love the taste of them! Some stores have local pickled cabbage that is intact and just vacuumed sealed not jarred. I have a favourite brand that is jarred, that I just love!