As I made my way east from St Andrews by the Sea to St John New Brunswick, the road sides were brimming with high bush blueberry. I stopped at the St John farmers market and bought a quart. They were car snacks and breakfast for the next three days.
It’s week four of my sign up drive and it’s that time of the week when I am giving away another cookbook. Last week’s foodie-find had mixed reviews from my foodie friends down east. I have just returned from an eating extravaganza on the east coast and have lots to share. I guess I’ll have [...]
Lynda Collins emailed me with this question about fruit coulis: I unexpectedly had guests cancel a visit. I had prepared raspberry coulis as part of the dessert. Is it possible to freeze the coulis to use at a later date?
I am travelling in New Brunswick for the weekend and I had every intention of making Kelly’s Sticky Buns, in the quaint little village of Alma right outside Fundy National Park, my find for this week but alas,
It’s week three of my sign up drive and I’m handing out another cookbook. Also, Faulene would like to know if Smoked Winnipeg Goldeye is available for sale in the GTA. If any other foodies know, please leave a comment so she can get her fix! Ok, now back to the free stuff! This week, [...]
This past weekend I attended the Hot and Spicy food festival at the Harbourfront Centre in Toronto. In addition to an iron chef type competition with international competitors, live music and dancing exhibitions, there was a market place showcasing local and international hot sauces. Here are some spicy sauces from the show:
This weeks question comes from Creina, “What does oyster sauce taste like? Does it have a fishy taste? If so, what is a substitute for it in recipes (stir-fry, etc.) Thanks, Creina”
Rheanna Kish from the test kitchen was recently in Manitoba, so I asked her for a foodie-find from there for today’s post. Here is her recommendation:
It’s week two of my sign up drive and it’s time to give away another cookbook. I have been getting loads of comments on the blog since I’ve initiated my e-mail drive, it’s fantastic to see people are interested in all things foodie! Of particular interest are the great tips about buttermilk on last Monday’s [...]
The Keady Livestock Market is no ordinary farmer’s market. The market started out as a livestock exchange in the early fifties and has been running ever since. At one point an enterprising farmer thought to sell bushels of apples at the entrance to the cattle barns. Since then, the little town of Keady, Ontario has [...]