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Soup & Salad

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Grilled Romaine Caesar Salad AKA Birth Control Salad

Caesar salads really are the perfect salad to serve right now. The weather is starting to get nicer, the bbq is done hibernating for the winter and most of all, although I missed posting this on time… April was garlic month. Yes…I said garlic MONTH ← we got to celebrate garlic for an entire month. Don’t believe me? Click here. Maybe … Continue reading

“I’m Crabby” – Imitation Crab Meat turns into a Pasta Salad

I’m a sucker for purchasing items on sale. One of the items I like to stock up on when it goes on sale is packages of imitation crab meat. Yes, I do realize that it isn’t real crab…but crab flavoured pollack or hake. Imitation Crab meat is one of the few “packaged” or processed items that I  purchase … Continue reading

Arugula, Pecan and Mandarin Orange Salad

Arugula is one of my all-time favorite greens. There is something so magical about each spicy and peppery bite that you just can’t replicate with the boring romaine or iceberg varieties that dominate the shelves at the store. Don’t get me wrong, there is a time and place for all types of greens – I do like romaine lettuce … Continue reading

Not so authentic "Couscous Tabbouli"

Tabbouli is also known as Tabbouleh, Tabouleh or Tabuli. It’s a salad that is traditionally made with bulgur, finely chopped parsley and mint, tomato, green onion and seasoned with olive oil and lemon juice. What I really love about Tabbouli is that it’s so refreshing. What I dislike is the amount of time it takes to prepare the … Continue reading

Rosolje – Estonian Herring, Beet & Potato Salad

Rosolje is an interesting thing to eat. I find that you either really like it, or you don’t. I think it may have something to do with the fact that there is pickled herring in the salad. Pickled herring is a funny ingredient. I like to think of this particular ingredient much like I think of anchovies … Continue reading

Simple Marinated Carrot Salad

I love it when the weather becomes nicer and we can have people over to entertain. Whether it is a simple or elegant affair, there is just something so amazing about firing up the grill or stove and inviting your closest friends and family over to enjoy the sunshine. Having people over always means libations and nosh…and what better … Continue reading

My Halloween pumpkin turned into something delicious…Creamy Coconut Pumpkin Soup!

Each year in my neighbourhood, a local realtor and her team does a food drive for our city’s food bank…and in exchange for a bag of non-perishables, gives out a pumpkin. In my quest to find another use for the annual Halloween Pumpkin (other than just for a jack-o-lantern or pumpkin pie), I decided on making a … Continue reading

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