I love eggs! Boiled, fried, poached, benetict-ed, you name it. Eggs are awesome and if you treat them gently you can make some delicious meals. One of my favorites is scrambled eggs. I saw a program recently where they talked about the different ways two celebrity chefs made their scrambled eggs. Each chef had … Continue reading Cheesy Scrambled Eggs You and Your Kids Will Love!
Here in Canada, we had Thanksgiving earlier in the month. In the US it is coming up. As an American living in Canada, I feel I have the option to celebrate both. Since the divorce holiday meals have been a juggle. This year the Ex had the boys Saturday, girlfriends' families Sunday and my house … Continue reading Thanksgiving Recipe Ideas – Different and Delicious
Make your own Blueberry Balsamic Jam. Homemade Blueberry Jam is easy. I am not an expert canner. I married into a family of real experts and was very intimidated. My terrific sister-in-law gave me some lessons and now I can manage the very basics. When I was growing up my mother kept bees. Every month we … Continue reading Make Your Own Blueberry Balsamic Jam – Delicious!
I didn't know about tuna salad growing up. I don't recall ever seeing a can of tuna in our house. My parents liked canned salmon. At McGill Tuna salad sandwiches and chicken salad sandwiches were pretty standard fare in the cafeterias. I didn't particularly like either. I realized later its because they put celery in them. I … Continue reading Keto Friendly Tuna Salad with a Twist
I had a little windfall of red currants from the garden. There were not enough for jelly but enough to have some fun. I decided to amp up my favorite gin with some fruit and sugar. Time for summer cocktails. Summer Cocktails with fruit from the garden My son planted a currant bush a few … Continue reading Refreshing Summer Cocktails with Fruited Gin