Tamari Roasted Almonds are a major family favourite in our house. A batch of these little nuts doesn’t last long as the aroma seems to bring on locusts! If you don’t stock tamari sauce in your pantry, you can always use soy sauce as a substitute. Either way is tasty and sure to satisfy your salty snack cravings! Continue reading Tamari Roasted Almonds
I feel as though I’ve been searching for the perfect Sourdough Boule recipe since starting with sourdough baking two years ago. I’ve finally perfected my recipe for an rustic artisan loaf of bread using unbleached white flour and baked in a dutch oven. Continue reading Basic Sourdough Boule
Grab a cup of coffee, this is a long ‘un. I get sourdough questions allll the time. While I usually answer what I can/ direct them elsewhere, I decided to compile all I know into a post so I can … Continue reading Sourdough 101
Potato Salmon Cakes are a hit in our house! The kids gobble them down! Customize the ingredients in this Potato Salmon Cake recipe to make them your own. You can fry them in a skillet to make a golden crust or you can save prep time by mixing them ahead and baking them in the oven. Any way they’re a delicious way to use home canned or store bought salmon.
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Theres something about Sausage Lentil Soup I just love. It’s comfort in a bowl. The ingredients are so darn simple, almost as if the finished product is more than a sum of its part. I love when that happens. If you want to stretch your efforts farther, add another cup of lentils and another quart of broth, it’ll be less sausage-y but just as delicious. And more frugal! Continue reading Sausage Lentil Soup
It’s not always possible to add bacon to homemade baked beans so I came up with a vegan version that tastes just as good! And you can make them in the Instant Pot, crock pot, or oven depending on which method works best for you! Continue reading Vegan Baked Beans (Instant Pot Friendly)
Whats a family with a plethora of dehydrated wild mushrooms supposed to do? We make Wild Mushroom Seasoning Salt, of course! We use Wild Mushroom Seasoning Salt in place of seasoning salt on the vast majority of our cooking. It’s my love language, my baby, my one true love for seasoning food.
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Growing up, Big Dutch Babies (also called a German Pancake) were a Christmas morning treat. They’re full of healthy fats and eggs and reheat very well. We enjoy it with maple syrup, but my sister likes to warm applesauce and honey together to serve on hers.
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My Mama makes terrific Oatmeal Pancakes! These are the most stick to your ribs ones we’ve ever had. They’re also easily customizable to gluten free by using gluten-free oats and a gluten-free flour blend or buckwheat flour. We love them with buckwheat flour! Continue reading Karen’s Oatmeal Pancakes
Here it is folks! Our family favourite Sourdough Foccacia Bread recipe! Use it as pizza dough, making two medium-large pizzas or as focaccia bread. You can also cut the baked sourdough focaccia into squares and cut in half to make buns for sandwiches. It’s a simple and versatile sourdough recipe every baker needs in their arsenal! Continue reading Sourdough Foccacia (or Pizza) Dough
Sunshine Soup is a simple soup made with winter squash, lentils, and ginger for the grey days when our bodies need deep warmth, nourishing and the promise of sunshine to come. It’s also for picky kids who can’t stand “bits” in their soup. When they ask what’s in it, tell them it’s full of sunshine. Continue reading Sunshine Soup
Tomato Bacon Pasta Sauce is one of my favourites! And it’s so simple to make and freezes well to make quick weeknight meals even easier! It also makes a ROCKING PIZZA SAUCE so try some leftovers on your next homemade pizza. You can halve the recipe because this is a big batch of sauce, but I don’t suggest it! Continue reading Tomato Bacon Pasta Sauce