Good morning! It's the last week of school here in Ontario. Are you ready for the kids to be out? Last summer my husband created a "splash pad tour" for our little guy. What do you have planned? These delicious breakfast muffins are from the cookbook #homegrownthecookbook by @mairlynsmith and @ontariohomeeconomics and is a perfect resource if you plan on making some Canadian inspired recipes for #canada150 later this week! 👏🏻🎉🇨🇦
Introducing... TWO SCOOP TUESDAY! 🍦🍦
Today from 4-7pm, enjoy 2 scoops of your favorite Gelato (cup or cone) for the price of 1 scoop! (Pictured are Sea Salt Caramel and Strawberry Chocolate Chunk 😍) 📸 : @doorlandolocal
Happy #NationalPineappleDay 🍍🍍🍍 hard to believe it's been over a year since I did this segment on @homeandfamilytv @hallmarkchannel! Full tutorial on how to make pineapple vases and painted pineapples on #fromscratchwithmaria Such a cute summer party theme!!
When i make Coq au Vin but without the Vin or Wine, This is what i get! A delicious dish made with vinegar instead!
Its not the real Coq au Vin of course, so keep that in mind.
أكلة الدجاج بالنبيذ كتير طيبة بس في ناس ما بتاكلها لأنّوا فيها نبيذ، كرمال هيك إستبدلت النبيذ بخل العنب الأحمر وحضّرتا اليوم.
الطريقة سهلة وسريعة.
Cut half a kilo of chicken breasts in cubes.
NOTE: You can mix in thighs, wings, whatever you like. I usually do it with chicken breast only.
Meanwhile, on medium heat, cook 1 grated onion or 10 to 12 shallots with 1 to 1 1/2 cup of fresh sliced mushrooms, 1 tsp of fresh thyme, salt and 7 spices to taste, until soft and mushrooms are dry.
Remove from the pot, add 2 tbsps of cooking oil and cook all the chicken.
Once done, add the mushrooms and onions again and mix all together.
Sprinkle with 1 1/2 Tbsp of flour. Toss then add 2 to 2 1/2 cups of chicken stock, 1 tbsp of tomato paste, more salt and pepper if needed.
Boil then put on low and cover for 15 minutes.
Mix in 1/2 cup of red grape vinegar - preferably Organic - more or less according to taste.
NOTE: start with less and increase as you like!
Enjoy it with rice, pasta, noodles or quinoa!
While I've always been a big believer in buying local, I had never tried local grains until I picked up some local whole wheat flour and corn grits from our farmers market last week. The grains are milled 10 minutes from my house at the Burwell-Morgan Mill. There is a noticeable taste difference between the fresh grains and pre-packaged store bought grains. Going to try to stick with locally milled flours as much as I can. Local products make such a big difference in quality - and how I feel after I eat! #f52grams
It's a hot topic today over on Side Dish, today we're talking all about 'Higher Welfare Meat' & the importance of knowing where your meats come from, caring & respecting the animals life.
We respect that our views won't be the same as everyone's, however it's a subject close to our hearts, and we hope you find it an interesting read. Link as ever in the bio x