Pretty aren’t they? What you are looking at here is chocolates made with coconut butter ganache, crab apple butter ganache, and pistachio butter ganache inside and a very good quality dark chocolate on the outside. Learning this craft was just too amazing of an experience. I just feel the needs to share the pictures. You … More More Chocolate!
It’s been a long time since I posted anything at all. No excuses! Just didn’t have the ambition. However, this past fall of 2019, me and my wife took a chocolate making course at the Pastry Training Centre of Vancouver. It was awesome! The picture shown above is the first of many delectable delights that … More Chocolate! Who doesn’t love chocolate?
I was just getting these vegetables ready for roasting in the oven along with a small chicken and I thought, ” What a beautiful picture this would make.” As you can tell by now, if you’re reading my posts, I always see beauty in food. The lovely thing about doing it this way is the … More For the Love of Vegetables
Behold the vegetable! Vegetables are beautiful! This picture was taken back in August. Our friends/neighbors were growing a garden and told us we could help ourselves to whatever we wanted. Jocelyne came in one day with said vegetables and just plunked them on the counter. I came along and thought “Wow, that would make a … More Vegetable Art
I was tempted to put googly eyes 👀 and a grin on the peppers but I didn’t have Mr. Potato head props handy or an app to apply with my iPad. It would have been pretty funny ( I think. ) Oh well! It has been almost six months since I posted anything at all. … More Pepperhenge
It’s been a while since I’ve blogged anything but hey, sometimes life gets in the way. I have been busy and I have also moved to the other side of the country. We are now in beautiful British Columbia! Sicamous to be exact and it really is beautiful here! Gorgeous mountain air. Scenery to die … More It’s BBQ Season!
We love Indian food and when we’re not making it ourselves, this is our go to place in Charlottetown. The food is very good and it’s also just a block from where we are staying. So, this time round we started with the Vegetable Samosa then we moved on to the Lamb Korma, Mutter Paneer, … More Restaurant Review #3
Okay…it doesn’t look like much but you’re just gonna have to trust me. This is some tasty tuna! We like having our tuna Sammies open faced but hey, to each their own. If you like having your tuna sandwich closed with two pieces of bread then may I suggest adding some cheddar cheese and lettuce. … More Best Ever Tuna Salad Sandwich
As far as I’m concerned, the only way to make hummus is with dried chick peas. Not the canned ones, although admittedly it is easier to use canned but you don’t get the same texture. Making hummus with dried chick peas is time consuming. So, you want to plan ahead when making hummus this way. … More Garlicky Hummus with Pita
Ahhh, yes…the pork chop! I love a good pork chop, problem is, it’s easy to dry out a pork chop. One thing that will help with this problem is to create a sauce. Another would be to cook the pork at a low temperature over a long period of time. What I mean by this … More Pork Chops with an Onion Bourbon Sauce