Month: January 2017

Mushroom Risotto

Risotto does require a bit more effort than just opening a can or using a mix, but the end result is great. Have a look at the recipe and see if it tempts your taste buds. We tried it, and really liked it.

Teriyaki Chicken

One of my co-workers, Joanne Hénault, brought these wonderful chicken thighs to a potluck we were attending. They were a hit, and I begged Joanne to share her recipe with me. Thankfully, she did. It is a favourite dish in our home now.

On The Learning Curve…

Never stop learning I grew up enjoying looking at Far Side cartoons. Gary Larsen’s cartoons were great, This one is especially descriptive of how I feel learning WordPress.

Mini Meatloaves

You can make these meatloaves ahead and keep them in the fridge. When you get home, just heat up the oven and 20 minutes later, voila! You have nice hot meatloaves for your meal.

Cheese Scalloped Potatoes

I found the basics for this recipe in the “Food that Schmecks” cookbook written by the late Edna Stabler. This recipe for cheese scalloped potatoes is one of our favourite dishes, both for use at home and for potluck meals!