Tag Archives: fruit

A festive, flavourful brunch menu

Show Mom you care with a delicious feast! Truth be told, most Moms do NOT want to be served breakfast in bed on Mother’s Day. I can state from experience that it’s more than a little nerve wracking to be … Continue reading

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Apple cheddar biscuits

A fast, guilt-free way to enjoy the taste of pie for breakfast! I learned about the glorious delights of leftover pie for breakfast at a very young age. It was well worth waking up extra early so I could sneak … Continue reading

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Paula Roy’s Favourite Foods – episode 12 recipes

The best of the west: more than just beef and salmon! If someone asked what tasty ingredients come from Western Canada, you might instantly think of beef, wheat and salmon, but there are many more delicious food finds that hail … Continue reading

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Lavender-Blueberry Shrub for Cocktails and Salad Dressings

Shrubs are a big part of the current cocktail craze, and for good reason – they’re delicious! A shrub is a sweetened vinegar-based syrup, sometimes called drinking vinegar. Shrubs typically consist of vinegar infused with fruit juice, herbs and spices for use in cocktails … Continue reading

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Fresh orange sorbet with candied peel

I know we’re past the midpoint of winter, but it feels like summer’s warmth is a long way away. My cure for cold-weather blues is to cram as much citrus fruit as possible into myself, which usually means I come … Continue reading

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Mini Fruit-filled Breakfast Bread Puddings

These make-ahead marvels will be the hit at any breakfast or brunch gathering. They’d even make a pretty dandy dessert at a lunch or dinner party. I prefer individual servings in small ramekins because they are prettier and easier to … Continue reading

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Farmers’ Feast – the 2015 Thanksgiving edition

I like that gratitude is a word we hear more often these days. I was raised in an environment where being grateful was reinforced as a very important family value and I’ve consciously strived to encourage my children to count … Continue reading

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