Wow! Episode 6 already? The team from Rogers TV Ottawa and I actually only shot 6 episodes this summer but I am super excited to announce that today we filmed three more for your viewing and cooking pleasure. What made today’s filming especially exciting was that it took place in the incredible crEATe Kitchen at Ottawa’s beautiful Shaw Centre convention facility. It was hard not to get distracted by the glorious views of our nation’s capital while I was cooking – no wonder people from all over the world marvel at this iconic building! To now have Shaw Centre as a sponsor of my show, in addition to Farm Boy who continues to generously supply all my ingredients, feels pretty amazing. I have long been a big supporter of local businesses, events and foods so I really appreciate having some local love coming back my way.
But I digress. Episode 6 is about one of my three favourite meals of the day: breakfast! It’s airing tonight on Channel 22 in Ottawa (and then to be rebroadcast in the days and weeks ahead) and offers three delicious recipes to get your days off to a tasty and nutritious start. If your mother is anything like mine, she probably always told you that breakfast is the most important meal of the day. But don’t you find that sometimes it can be hard to get inspired when you’re half asleep and/or out of coffee at home? On this episode, I showcase a couple of fantastic breakfast recipes that you can practically make in your sleep. They’re super delicious and, best of all, can be partially prepped ahead of time to make your mornings that much smoother and tastier.
Here are the recipes for this week (click on the titles to access the recipes):
Looking for additional recipes from previous episodes of Paula Roy’s Favourite Foods? Here are the links:
Week 1 recipe recap here.
Week 2 recipe recap here.
Week 3 recipe recap here.
Week 4 recipe recap here.
Week 5 recipe recap here.
If you enjoyed this episode of the show, stay tuned for more tasty meals in the weeks ahead. I also encourage you to look at both my blogs – Constantly Cooking and Whole Foods in Half the Time for more delicious inspiration.