It’s been a while since I made this. I have a fond memory of making vegetable pot pie for my neighbors on a snowy day many years a go. At the time, there were a bunch of us related by friendship and/or blood, all living in one building. We all ate this pot pie, went…
I have been working all day and this morning I took out books from the library on traveling Europe. I’ve been reading them on the bus and getting excited.
I once made about a dozen gingerbread recipes and invited my friends over to taste all of them. It was an obsessive episode (not unlike my recent situation with cauliflower, only nowhere near as healthy).
Exactly one year ago today, I posted my favourite cauliflower soup recipe. I love that recipe because it is easy and creamy (although it has no cream in it).
I have some strong opinions on this topic. I consider this the official Orr family cocktail. It is medicinal. If you are sick it will make you feel better.
My husband has given me many good food ideas. He suggested putting candied orange peel in Sticky Toffee Pudding and using slow oven roasted tomatoes in Tomato Pie and he asked me to make him duck and dumplings.
I started making these muffins when I was a teenager, newly vegetarian and searching for sources of iron. Molasses is high in iron, I read, as are dried apricots and dark green leafy vegetables. Alright.
It seems like I’ve been narrowly skirting around illness for weeks now. The thought of miso soup sounded like an excellent idea and I pulled my usual trick of investigating what was hanging out in the fridge and pantry…
I am always looking for tasty, healthy dishes to make for my husband’s family during the holidays. They are very conscious of their fat and cholesterol intake and as a result they are very fit and healthy people.
I can’t remember how this conversation started. I suspect it was October when Rachel told us about the Quarante Quatre. It looks funny to type those words. When you say it as an Anglophone it sounds more like “Care Aunt Cat,” where aunt is pronounced in that British sort of way that sounds like you’re…