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Mussels with Sausage, Fennel and Pernod

Mussels with Sausage, Fennel and Pernod

This week I was on Breakfast Television Toronto cooking up delicious mussels in a Pernod cream sauce.    Mussels are easy to cook, inexpensive, and perfect for a Friday night.  Did you know that in Belgium, the Netherlands, and France, mussels are consumed with french ...

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Mini Meatloaf Recipe

Mini Meatloaf Recipe

Steven and Chris wanted me to develop a meatloaf recipe for them. More specifically, they wanted a mini meatloaf recipe. So I scoured the net for inspiration. I knew what I wanted was basically a really juicy, well-seasoned, tender, and ...

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Peameal Bacon Sandwich

Peameal Bacon Sandwich

Growing up, it was a family tradition to go to the Unionville Festival early in the morning to catch the parade (I was a figure skater, so I usually walked in it) and order a Peameal Bacon Sandwich from The ...

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Sweet and Sour Meatballs

Sweet & Sour Meatballs

  Meatballs are always a hit at a holiday party, especially these homemade Sweet & Sour Meatballs. But standing over the stove and browning meatballs in batches is time consuming. So speed things up and cook these meatballs all at ...

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Sausage and Couscous Stuffed Peppers

Sausage and Couscous Stuffed Peppers

These sausage and couscous stuffed peppers are easy to make, especially if you have all the ingredients prepped before you head to the stove. Most stuffed pepper recipes use rice, instead I’m using couscous because it’s a time saver. The ...

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Easy Chicken Stir Fry

Easy Chicken Stir-Fry

You are going to love this Easy Chicken Stir-Fry recipe. It’s easy to make, super flavourful, and makes awesome leftovers (trust me, I’ve even enjoyed it the next day for breakfast!). The combination of oyster sauce, fish sauce, and sugar ...

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Kary and Zak 5 year wedding anniversary

Paella

Zak and I celebrated our wedding anniversary Friday night with a big pan of Paella – oh man was it good. Paired with a bottle of extra dry white wine from Spain, it’s the ultimate seafood dish to share. I searched ...

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Jerk Chicken

Jerk Chicken

  I developed this Jerk Chicken recipe for my friend’s butcher shop, Di Liso’s Meats, at the St. Lawrence Market in Toronto. If you’re ever there, stop by and say hi to Johnny! He’s a great guy who has a ...

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Tuna Melts

Tuna Melt

A Tuna Melt is pure comfort food. It’s the easy recipe I like make for lunch or dinner when I don’t feel like cooking. If you’ve never had a tuna melt, you must try one. Tuna Melts are generally served like ...

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Maple Soy Salmon

Maple Soy Salmon

Growing up, I only ate salmon two ways: out of a can, mixed with mayo and green onion, and then served on toast with crisp iceberg lettuce or my Dad’s famous hot smoked salmon. Salmon served any other way was ...

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