What do you do when fall is pending and you have a ton of parsley left in the garden? Make chimichurri of course! Originally from South..
Straight from the highlands in late winter, although this dish is rich, is it addicting! It’s also a great dish to warm you up on those..
Venison (a.k.a meat from game animals like deer, moose or elk) is not very common in your average North American grocery store. But, if..
Pork tenderloin is my go-to “oh shit, people are coming over and I don’t know what to make.” It’s easy (you literally season with salt..
Nothing is better on a cold winters day than some Shepherd’s pie. With the help of this Big Rock Porter, it has a delicious creaminess to..
There is just something about a simple white fish recipe with a fruit salsa. I love putting a twist on it and incorporating the smokiness..
Chicken thighs are delicious, especially when you can achieve amazingly crispy skin that is full of flavour. The key is to render the fat..
Tinfoil pouches are the perfect weeknight dinners. They are how I survived exams during university (yes, you can survive exams without..
The best recipes come to fruition by accident. This one started while cooking dinner with my parents on my last visit home. It started..
Happy St. Patrick’s Day! In honour of this lovely Irish tradition, I thought I would share a delicious shepherd’s pie recipe from one of..
It’s almost Christmas!! And for me nothing says Christmas dinner like turkey (with all of the fixings of course!). It is my favourite..
Cannelloni is one of my favourite childhood dishes. My mother would make it in large batches and freeze it for easy dinners. It’s easy,..
This recipe is a mix of a compote I do for pork tenderloin and the Juniper Sauce recipe from Michel Roux’s Sauce book. The delicious,..