Category Archive for: ‘Recipes’

Orange Ginger Cranberry Sauce

Orange Ginger Cranberry Sauce Recipe

I have never had canned, processed cranberry sauce. I’ve seen it slide in a can-shaped lump into a serving bowl, get mushed around, and presented beside the holiday bird, but I’ve never tried it. Hmmm, I wonder why? For many years I thought I just didn’t like cranberry sauce. The idea of that bright red weird-looking jelly on turkey just …

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Seasons Greetings Printable Herb Packet And Recipe

Season’s Greetings! A Kitchy Printable Herb Packet Gift Idea

Quick and easy holiday gifts are essential for surviving the holiday season. This free printable “Season’s Greetings” Herb Packet is perfect for small gifts and can easily fit into the mail with your holiday greeting cards! Use herbs harvested from your own garden to create flavorful seasoning mixes paired with a simple and delicious recipe. Materials: Cardstock Ruler & X-acto …

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Low Carb Lasagna Made With Zucchini Noodles

Low Carb & Gluten Free Zucchini Noodle Lasagna

The beauty of this lasagna is not just that it uses up all those extra zucchini that you are harvesting from the garden. It’s not the nutty flavor the zucchini imparts, or the gorgeous colour. No, it’s that this lasagna is grain-free and low carb, and you don’t miss the noodles one bit! Zucchini noodles, aka zoodles, are my new …

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Cranberry Floating Candle Table Decor

Festive Ways to Use Fresh Cranberries

Fresh cranberries! These beautiful, tart berries are hallmark of the holidays. They can be added to baking, made in to the sweetest sauce to grace holiday dinners, and make for some gorgeous decorations. One of my favourite fall traditions is to attend the cranberry festival in Fort Langley, BC. It’s just a hop, skip, and a jump from my home …

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Fig Jam With Secrets From Preservation Society

Fresh Fig Jam Recipe with Secrets

I have three fig trees growing in my garden. That wouldn’t seem like a strange thing unless you saw how small my garden is! There is no room for three figs but Oh, how I love fresh figs! This recipe for fresh fig jam comes to us from the book, Preservation Society Home Preserves: 100 Modern Recipes. Today, author Camilla Wynne …

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Salad Greens Mix

Unusual Greens to Try in Your Next Salad

It’s time to shake up your salads! There are more options for homegrown greens than heads of lettuce. Leafy greens run the gamut from bitter to spicy, providing a more interesting punch to a salad. Growing unusual greens can add unique textures and add plenty of flavor to your plate. But the best part is many of these unusual salad greens are easy to grow! …

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