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Cooking Conversions Made Easy

Written on December 30, 2016 at 12:32 AM, by

Cooking Conversion Chart - VerticalAs a Canadian in my late 40′s I cook easily in both standard and metric as far as cups, tbsp, mls, etc.  Once a recipe talks about gallons, pints, sticks of butter, etc, I’m lost and turning to google.  I’ve put the most common google searches and conversions into one table for myself a few  Continue Reading »

Roasted Squash Soup with Chipotle Cream Drizzle

Written on October 27, 2016 at 11:16 AM, by

Photo 2016-10-24, 11 28 58 PMI’m not a soup person.  Although I tell you, this soup would make me one!!  2 med sweet Onions  3 Celery  2 carrots ½ lg kabocha squash (or butternut) If you’re not familiar with Kobocha squash you’re missing out!  It’s 1/3 lower in calorie than Butternut, easier to cut open and high in iron.  It’s seriously  Continue Reading »

Coconut Bali Chicken

Written on March 18, 2015 at 7:47 PM, by

coconut Bali chickenThis whipped up in mere minutes.  I did let it marinade an hour and the flavor was intense and the chicken so amazingly tender.  This served 3 in my house 2 lg free range chicken breasts (maybe 4 smaller ones), slivered 1/2 cup coconut milk (Real Thai is my fav brand) 2 Tbsp Soy Sauce  Continue Reading »

Oh, it’s already ripe Papaya Salad

Written on March 18, 2015 at 7:27 PM, by

papaya saladI was planning to make Green Papaya salad although didn’t get to my papaya soon enough and it was ripe.  new plan! One med ripe papaya – still firm – peeled and sliced, about 2-3 cups. One handful of cilantro, chopped Two handfuls of sliced Jicama (to add crunch) 2 tsps of Epicure’s Cinco Peppers  Continue Reading »

Teriyaki Rice Wraps w/Jicama Mango Salsa and Ginger Cream

Written on March 1, 2015 at 6:41 PM, by

My plating sucksThis is delish, please ignore my awful plating, so not my skillset.  All the parts below can be use for many diff recipes separately too!  This was inspired by an episode of DDD. 2lbs Pork Loin, cut in slivers (or chicken/beef) 1 Tbsp Epicure’s Teriyaki RubSplash of Soy, splash of Olive Oil Combine and marinate  Continue Reading »