Archive | March, 2009

22 March 2009 ~ 3 Comments

Zesty Chicken Salad with Cilantro

I invented this today for lunch, after we had left-over chicken breast left over from Pad Thai yesterday. It was very tasty, so I wanted to share it here: Zesty Chicken Salad with Cilantro 3 Boneless, Skinless Chicken Breasts, Chopped fine 1 Small Onion, Chopped fine 3 Cloves garlic, Minced 1 Cup Cilantro Leaves, Chopped […]

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21 March 2009 ~ 1 Comment

How to Make Bubble Tea

Bubble Tea!  Ah, my favorite drink!  If you’ve never tried it before, I suggest you drop everything right now, and go get yourself a tall glass of this creamy, and fruity drink – there is bound to be somewhere in your neck of the woods that serves this delightful beverage…or is there? I am lucky […]

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20 March 2009 ~ 2 Comments

Colourful White Wine Curry Sauce

Colourful White Wine Curry Sauce : From Robin-Lee Pereda This recipe is from Robin-Lee!  Another *must-try* contest submission! “This one I traditionally do as a vegetarian dish, with egg rolls or something on the side, but I have added pork or chicken into the sauce & it’s very nice as well…” Prep Time- 10 minutes […]

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18 March 2009 ~ 1 Comment

Partridgeberry Muffin Recipe

I’ve been meaning to post a few of the recipe Contest Submissions – so here is a neat one, that seems *very* Canadian. It comes from Jen! Here’s a yummy recipe for Partridgeberry Muffins.  You can easily substitute blueberries, or a combination of blueberries/cranberries, or other berry combinations if partridgeberries are unavailable in your area.  […]

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05 March 2009 ~ 1 Comment

Roasted Asparagus

…and speaking of vegetables, this is another quick and good way to cook em’! Roasting veggies doesn’t remove as much of the good nutrients that boiling does, and they taste great done this way – such a nice flavour! Roasted Asparagus Wash and trim asparagus spears, and line up side by side on a shallow […]

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04 March 2009 ~ 1 Comment

Barbequed Parsnips Recipe

This recipe was entered into my recipe contest by Kathy and Carol.  It was an *almost* winner – it sounds great (even though, I must admit I have never even tried parsnips) but when I do, this is the recipe I will use! Barbequed Parsnips Buy parsnips that are young and fresh.  Older, woody parsnips […]

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