A meal plan for my week, including some new recipes to try and some great old standards. It’s mid-Fall and this menu reflects that with some lighter fare combined with some heartier choices. Continue reading
Tips on how you can save money on your weekly groceries and still eat well through planning and using more economical ingredients to stretch menus. Continue reading
Detailed look at flour and how to know which flour to use for what baking, how to substitute flours and how to measure flour. Continue reading
It’s the season. No … not Fall. It’s pumpkin season. For bakers, it’s one of the best times of the year. But pumpkin isn’t just for baking sweets, as you’ll see.
This is a new feature on Food and Family – the Food Board. It’s a riff on the Mood Board that designers love to use, only this one is for food. It’s meant to inspire, both visually and with … Continue reading
Triscuit crackers have been a fixture in my household for many, many years, whether for our late-night snacking or for entertaining friends. Here’s how I like my Triscuit … Continue reading
Use the power of social media to get our guys to serve us Breakfast in Bed. It’s easy … and we deserve it! Continue reading
Helping Kraft spread the word about their new First Taste website and their popular Recipe by Email service (so great recipe ideas will show up right in your email inbox every week). Continue reading
Details of the new site name and site re-design. Not nearly as boring as it sounds :) Continue reading
How I use my Toshiba Excite tablet in the kitchen, including the best Android food and cooking apps recommendations. Continue reading
Where to buy SAF instant yeast online in Canada.
These are classic yeast donuts, that can be cut into many shapes and fried. Top with sugar, powdered sugar or icing. Continue reading
This ketchup is easy to make and will keep well in the fridge for weeks. It’s full of tomato flavour and will make it hard to go back to the commercial stuff. Continue reading
Have extra egg yolks to use up? Here’s a round-up of all kind of great uses for them, from 1 yolk to 12 (including how to freeze them, if all else fails). Continue reading