Category: Vegetarian

Heart Thumpin Alfredo Sauce

Fettuccini Alfredo

If you want a healthy dish, click another… If you want something rich and luxurious on the tongue, you’ve found it! The original version, created at the Via della Scrofa in Rome, doesn’t have cream, it’s all about butter. The…

Spiced Maple Syrup Light Ginger Bread Cookies

Tapping the Tree

They’re extra spicy and not too sweet. I’ve used maple syrup instead of molasses. They’re not as dark as traditional ones but they’re sure to turn Santa’s head. 1 cup unsalted butter, at room temperature 1/3 cup White Sugar 1/2…

Bella’s Stacked Tortilla

Mexican Beauty

Bella in Spanish means pretty and my stacked warm tortillas are so pretty that you ALMOST don’t want to eat them. Yes, I said almost. But you will! We feast first with our eyes… 1 Tbsp. Olive Oil 2 Cloves…

A Lightened Up English Christmas Steamed Pudding

Making A Christmas Pudding

I’ve lightened up the traditional steamed English pudding with freshly grated carrot and apple. Instead of grated suet, as my Mum made it, I use butter. I don’t make the pudding months in advance as was the custom and feed…

Appetizer Curry Dipping Sauce

Crudités

This extraordinarily easy dip is one of my absolute-go-to sauces. It takes only moments to whisk up and it drives everyone wild! It’s excellent with fresh veggies, chicken strips, French fries, deep-fried shrimp, as a sandwich spread, and even as…

Not Doc Seuss’s Green Egg Omelet

Mesclun Lettuce Mix

At this time of year, I have an abundance of greens growing in my plot…Swiss Chard, Assorted Lettuces, and Mustard Greens. One of my quickest, healthiest, and easiest ways to enjoy them is by shredding them into an omelet. It’s…

Spiced Hot Chocolate with Brandy

Brandy Bean Chocolates

A sinfully delicious treat called a chocolate brandy bean, inspired this recipe. The first one, I ate was in a deli in the town of Kimberley British Columbia. It was a day to remember. This hot chocolate drink is naughty…

Green Soup aka. Green Soup Shooters

Green Soup

At this time of year, I’ve more greens growing in the garden than I know what to do with.   They find their way into almost everything, stir-fry, salads, pancakes, casseroles, and soups    Next I’ll be drinking them like the oh so…