Making a classic homemade ham bone broth is easy to do and will add a ton of flavour to your favourite soups and sauces.
Put a little kick in your life! Pepper jelly has a beautiful mix of sweet and heat making it a special treat to keep on hand. And it’s so versatile! You can use this pepper jelly recipe in so many recipes.
This zapple platz recipe uses zucchini but tastes just like apples! Your family will never know the difference! It looks and tastes just like a dutch apple cake.
Apple Salad or Apple Slaw… whatever you choose to call it it’s healthy and delicious! Apples are in season and the farmers market is laden with fresh peppers, onions, mint, honey, goat cheese and all the things you need to make this delicious apple salad! A Savoury Fruit Salad This is my most requested salad …
It’s harvest time and my garden is ripe with all the veggies I need to make my family’s favourite salsa recipe. We love to have salsa stocked year round and we always have a jar on hand when we share a bowl of tortilla chips with our friends. They usually end up requesting the recipe by the time we reach the bottom of the bowl.
“C is for cookie” and these monster cookies are for you! These monster cookies make a delicious after school snack. It will satisfy any sweet tooth and are so filling!
Turkey noodle soup is a classic day after Thanksgiving meal. Making the turkey broth after a huge Thanksgiving meal can seem a daunting task, but it’s actually quite simple and uses only a few ingredients. Here’s how to make a delicious golden coloured turkey broth even your mother-in-law would be proud of!
This sweet tart slushy is sweet and tangy and so refreshing. It’s our favourite drink on a hot summer day!
Paska is a light sweet bread eaten during the Easter holidays that comes from Russia and the Ukraine. This Easter Bread recipe comes from my Oma, who emigrated from that area after WWII. Oma’s version is vanilla flavoured, and has no raisins.
Oh Ba Yo! It’s creamy sauce, stringy cheese curds, and smoky sausage all heaped onto one plate. A Mennonite version of a Canadian classic!