Thankgiving here in Canada has come and gone and I was left with an abundance of turkey. So I did what many others do and made a few pots of turkey vegetable soup, which is one of the healthiest and most beneficial soups a person can make. It has special healing properties.
It’s fall. The leaves are changing, the air is getting crisp and it’s time to find comfort in some seasonal food finds. Here are some pear recipes that I hope you will find inspiration from.
I noticed that the leaves were beginning to change mid-August. As sad as the reminder was that summer was coming to a close, I found myself excited for the fun that fall can bring: Halloween, pear picking and entertaining. Entertaining with classic recipes is always fun, but I wanted to put a twist on a few favourites and bring up the flavour using pairings with jam.
I was surfing the web a few weeks ago looking for some ground turkey recipes, since I was in a bit of turkey recipe rut. That’s when I realized that a complied list of ground turkey recipes would be a great resource to have . So I asked some of my blogger friends for some help and this magnificent list is what I have come up with.
I’ve never wanted a deep fryer, it’s one small appliance that I know my kitchen and my body could do without. However, I will admit that from time to time I crave crispy fries with my Sweet n’ Spicy Turkey Burger or perfect hash browns with my poached eggs on the weekend; I just don’t want the grease and pain in my chest after. That’s where the T-fal Actifry comes in.
I love Sriracha, it goes good with almost everything. I especially like creating fun recipes with it. I’ve noticed when I combine Sriracha with something sweet – it creates something magical, like these turkey burgers.
I’m slowly eliminating some foods from my diet, I have some theories that my body doesn’t like certain foods and I’m taking control and trying a few things. One of the things I’m slowly taking away is wheat products, which sadly means that (for now) pasta is out of the question.
I wouldn’t call myself a creative person, I don’t usually “go out on a whim” and try something. Everything I do has a reason behind it, and a plan. Everything, that is, except for cooking.
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I like to believe that I’m a health conscious person. I understand what’s good for me vs. what’s not and I do my best to live my life as healthy as possible (and lead my son into the same lifestyle by example).
My recipe for Southwest Sirloin Chili happened completely by accident. However, I’m really happy that it happened as I created a familiar recipe with all new flavour.