All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘recipe’

Great Recipe For Roasted Tomato Pizza Sauce

Roasted Heirloom Tomato Pizza Sauce

I have a secret that allows me to make pizza sauce for the whole year, in just a few hours (and most of that time is spent drinking wine!). It’s roasting!  Roasting the garlic and tomatoes fresh from the garden, sweetens up the couldn’t-be-more-fresh flavour and means there is no need to slave over your sauce to reduce it and build flavour. …

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Beet And Carrot Salad In A Mason Jar

Beet and Carrot Salad with Red Wine Vinaigrette

This hearty mason jar lunch is packed full of nutrition recipe comes to us from the author of Mason Jar Salads and More: 50 Layered Lunches to Grab and Go, Julia Mirabella. You may remember that Julia has dropped by before to share her recipe for a Caprese Salad in a Mason jar and a Spinach, Blueberry, and Blue Cheese Salad in a Mason Jar! Check …

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Blackberry Flavoured Liquor

Blackberrycello

Limoncello is a yummy Italian treat of lemon rind oil infused into grain alcohol and sweetened with simple syrup. Blackberrycello seemed to be the perfect name for this home grown liquor made from blackberry infused vodka and simple syrup, don’t you think? Ingredients 3 cups beautifully ripe and clean blackberries 1 L vodka 3 cups sugar 3 1/2 cups water Directions …

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Foraging For Wild Mint

Foraging with Bill Jones: Wild Mint and Crème Caramel

Bill Jones is an expert in the woods and absolutely inspired in the kitchen, which is why he combined two of his greatest passions to create his most recent cookbook, The Deerholme Foraging Book: Wild Foods and Recipes from the Pacific Northwest (TouchWood).  The cookbook champions a return to depending on the bounty of the wild. Many of the greens, berries, …

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Bumbleberry Jam Recipe

Bumbleberry Jam

What’s a bumbleberry? Do they grow in bumbles? On bumble bushes? In a bumble patch? Yes! Bumbleberry is a mixture of at least three different kinds of berries so they do grow in bushes and patches. Perhaps on trees and vines as well. This recipe for Bumbleberry Jam comes to us from the Best of Bridge Home Preserving recipe book. …

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Garden In A Cocktail A Salad Bowl Gin And Tonic Custom

Salad Bowl Gin and Tonic

Remember our last savory gartending recipe, the Green Gargoyle? That left me drooling for more from Greg Henry, author of Savory Cocktails and this Salad Bowl Gin and Tonic. It’s just the thing to quench summer thirst. This drink feels like summer. Make it with the very best summer tomatoes or don’t make it at all. Backyard beauties are best, but farmers’ …

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