It’s soup season! Time to for some warmth and nourishment from simple-to-put-together meals so we have time to deal with all that still needs to be done (always butchering, always cheesemaking, and of course, still pregnant…) but also time to … Continue reading Recipe Round-up: Soups and Stews
This one-pot wild game use-what-ya-got stew is perfect after a long day of work. The leftovers freeze beautifully. Continue reading Delicious Wild Game or Beef Easy Stew Recipe
Honey-sweetened cookies are the perfect holiday treat. No refined sugar makes them healthier and they don’t use a lot of honey so they won’t break the bank either. Continue reading Happy Holidays Honey-Sweetened Cut Out Cookie Recipe
Written down by hand in my family cookbook is this almond ring recipe from my Aunt Jill. I remember loving it as a kid and now it still stands the test of time and is stinking great. Marius also grew up eating Dutch Boterkoek and admits this one is pretty great too. Continue reading Aunt Jill’s Amazing Buttery Almond Ring Cake Recipe
A staple of Marius’ childhood, often chosen for birthdays. When he was in trade school his
mom used to send him back to school with care packages of popcorn cake or rice krispie
squares. Continue reading Marius’ Favourite Popcorn Cake with ALL the fixin’s.
Now, my Grandma Marg was not overly known for her kitchen prowess, but there’s a couple recipes, such as her Maple Walnut Fudge, and these waffles, that have stood the test of time! I prefer to soak or sourdough waffles, but when we just need some last minute, these fit the bill. Because sometimes you just need last minute waffles. Growing up, we were taught a little trick to baking, in which you didnt sift together the dry ingredients, or mix them separately in a bowl. Instead, you mix all your wet ingredients together, then put your flour in one … Continue reading Grandma Marg’s Flexible Waffle Recipe