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Dessert, Most Popular

Apple Pie Crostata

My apple pie is seriously delicious. But I have something just as delicious, easier, quicker and more reasonably sized! Beautiful crisp buttery layers of the pastry with sweet and delicious apple pie filling! And you have yourself delicious, rustic, to die-for apple crostata that’s so much easier and quicker to […]

Casseroles, Dinner, Most Popular

Creamy chicken casserole

This dish is a simple and easy to make crowd pleaser. Although I don’t feel this dish is my favourite, it’s a nice recipe to have and seems to always be enjoyed by just about everyone. I usually make it for a large group of people. Easy, affordable and quick, […]

Soup and Salad

Light as air Matzo ball soup

Fluffy, light as air matzo balls are basically sponges and are an amazing broth delivery system! They are basically the lightest, most delicious and fluffiest dumplings you can imagine, infused with the delicious broth.

Most Popular, Vegetables and Sides

Greek Lemon Potatoes

If you love potatoes – you will love this dish. If you love lemons – you will love this dish. If you love Greek food – you will love this dish. And if you happen to be someone who doesn’t like potatoes – you will probably also love this dish! […]

Appetizers, Soup and Salad, Vegetables and Sides

Creamy Coleslaw

I’ll be honest, I was never a fan of coleslaw. Runny vinegary liquid in soggy diner-style coleslaw was not my thing. That is until I developed my simple coleslaw recipe a while ago. It’s crunchy, flavourful and simple; none of the flavours overpower one another. This seems to be a […]

Vegetables and Sides

Red Cabbage – the easiest side dish

I feel like this is a cheater post. Is it fair for this side dish, which only takes less than ten minutes to prepare, to have its own blog post? Considering this low calorie vegetable is packed with nutrients and powerful antioxidants and takes minutes to prepare, I believe that […]

Vegetables and Sides

Red Cabbage Colcannon

This traditional Irish dish is usually made with green cabbage or kale, onions, potatoes and some butter and milk. There are multiple variations to this dish. I prefer making mine with scallions, red cabbage that I cook in brown butter, for a more elevated twist. I love my vibrant colours […]