Christmas is over for another year. One of my favorite Christmas activities is Christmas baking but I didn’t do as much this year as I usually would. What slowed me down this year was the cost of ingredients, specifically the cost of butter. Continue reading
This month’s Food in Jars Mastery Challenge was all about using fermentation to preserve food. Despite the health benefits provided by fermented foods, I have never really been a fan. At least I wasn’t a fan until I realized that both sour dough bread and yogurt rely on fermentation to develop their unique flavors. And then my neighbour gifted me with a jug of milk that would go bad before she returned from her travels. Clearly the universe was telling me to make yogurt. Continue reading
You can’t evoke great spirits and eat plums at the same time.
George William Russell
This month’s challenge was quick pickles.
I like red cabbage so I thought I would give this recipe a try. It was a tasty and attractive addition to our Easter meal. Continue reading
I have considered beef and grapes to be luxury grocery items for sometime now, so I haven’t really been paying attention to the price of these foods. However, this ad in a local sales flyer caught my attention. Continue reading