cabbage rolls

It’s been a long time since I made cabbage rolls.  So long, in fact, I had to search my recipe files to jog my memory.  My great, great paternal grandmother was born in Bohemia (western part of the Czech Republic) and emigrated to Canada in 1892.  Out of all the old-world Bohemian dishes she made,…

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prawn curry soup

Brr, it’s cold out!  Time to get a pot of soup on the stove and warm up.  Soup is as old as the history of cooking and enjoyed by the poor and the rich.  It makes us feel better when we’re ill, provided sustenance when food was scarce, and warming on a cold day.  Previous…

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greenn olive purée

When we entertain, I am always on the hunt for new appetizers.  And, when you come to our home, you’re greeted with a choice of beverage along with a few things to nibble on.  Mr. S always jokes the snacks are the main meal!  It’s a delicate balance to satisfy any hunger pains and to…

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Tuscan soup

It seems I’m on a soup kick.  Nothing like a bowl of hot soup to warm you all over when there’s a storm outside.  Over the years I have amassed numerous soup posts on my blog; there’s something for everyone!  Soups are so versatile one can make according to what’s on hand.  My Tuscan soup…

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tomato soup

Up until a couple of days ago, we were enjoying above normal temperatures.  When the mercury dips below freezing, I crave soups and stews.  What I don’t crave is the effort and time involved to make these.  I recently posted a curry dish ready in 30 minutes.  This made me think about making a simple…

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lemon chia seed pudding

So, looking for a new breakfast dish?  Don’t be put off by the title; lemon chia seed pudding is delicious to enjoy first thing in the morning.  It’s light, fresh, and tangy with creaminess from the coconut milk and chia seed.  Yes, you can also serve as a dessert or afternoon snack.  In addition, this…

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tofu curry

Well, hello 2021!  After indulging throughout the holidays, I was gagging for an Asian-inspired dish.  Oh, and I might add kinda fed up with meat (for the time being)!  I always have curry pastes on hand for when the mood hits.  They’re so versatile and add just a bit of drama to those who are…

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baked avocado

I don’t think there’s an avocado recipe out that I have not tried; just take a look at these dishes on my food blog!  Seven years ago I posted my first ever baked avocado with egg, tomato, and bacon.  It was scrumptious, except eating from the avocado shell was a bit awkward. TweetFacebookLinkedInTumblrStumbleDiggDelicious

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lemon squares

Finally!  A keto dessert I actually enjoy!  Over the past few weeks, I have experimented with keto desserts that have produced less than stellar results.  Sometimes I would end up chucking the dessert into the garbage.  What a waste I would say to myself or complain to Mr. S about the failure. TweetFacebookLinkedInTumblrStumbleDiggDelicious

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cloud bread

Cloud bread has been around for years, so it’s not something new.   However, if you’re on a keto regiment, anything that’s ‘close’ to something bread-like is a huge welcome! Cloud Bread is high in protein and extremely low in carbs, making it the perfect sandwich bread for those on a low carb, gluten-free, or…

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