No Romaine? No Problem – try this lettuce-free salad with your next meal.
Romaine lettuce is one ingredient I love to use in many of my salads – in fact I truly enjoy a good Caesar as a side or main dish. However, with the E. coli outbreak linked to contaminated lettuce my thoughts turn to another I enjoy – Greek Salad. This is sometimes one choice I might make when out for dinner or a quick lunch. But today, I thought, why not try to make it at home. Different cooks prepare it differently, most have the same ingredients but often the dressing differs – so I thought I’d try my own signature twist on the classic salad with ingredients I already had at home. Read more
What a better way to celebrate this year’s World Egg Day than with a healthy tasty vegetarian, crustless quiche. And while it may be Friday the 13th, there’s nothing scary about making one if you’ve never done it before.
One of my favourite egg dishes is my crustless Kale, Mushroom & Onion Quiche, which I make in my French ceramic pie dish by Emile Henri. (We’ll talk about that in another post). This dish is easy-to-make and suitable for breakfast, brunch, lunch or dinner.
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How to Protect the Life of Your Cheese and Defend its Flavour
EDMONTON, Alta. June 23, 2016/ Troy Media/ – Tired of expensive cheese going bad before you have had time to consume it; of constantly trimming mold or cutting off hard edges to the point where there was little left?
I was too, even after having tried solutions ranging from containers to plastic wrap, wax paper and even parchment paper: nothing worked. Then I discovered cheese paper, totally by accident while placing an online order for gift towels.
What I thought I was getting was a simply fancier type of wrap for cheese. But after wrapping a cheese block in the cheese paper I went through the entire block without any trimming or cutting! READ FULL ARTICLE at Troy Media, or read the rest below.
<This is my 1st article published by Troy Media. Please enjoy.> Read more
Have you ever bought a product you absolutely regretted buying because you lacked information or were sadly misinformed? On the other hand have you bought items you wish you could still get more of?
Truth be told, I have done both on a number of occasions. Over the years, I have learned to do my homework – lots of research and learn something new every time I contemplate making a purchase. This is true whether it’s new, used, bought on-line or in person.
One day I thought: I would really like to share this with you and hear what you have to say.
Who am I?