Honey Blueberry Muffins


I woke this morning to a silent house. Normally this lasts until the second after sitting down with my first coffee but this morning my family slept and I rejoiced by making fresh Honey Blueberry Muffins.     I had a large … [Read more...]

3 Egg Recipes for Summer Entertaining


Last week I had the pleasure of meeting someone I have admired from afar for a very long time, Chef Lynn Crawford, at the #SummerSideUp event in Toronto. I'm a faithful viewer of her TV shows and follow on her social channels to witness so … [Read more...]

Honey Dijon Beet and Egg Salad


  It's harvest time here on the farm. Combines were lined up for a sleepover at the edge of our yard site after a long day of work. The drivers had very quickly rolled the fields, harvesting the ripe lentil crop. We were equally as busy … [Read more...]

Herb and Cheddar Biscuits


It's a rainy day here on the farm. I'm not complaining. We've been suffering through a bit of a drought here on the prairies and any sign of a decent rain is reason to celebrate. With rain comes comfort food, at least for me. These Herb and Cheddar … [Read more...]

Blueberry Fontaine Beverage


  We've had a long, hot and dry summer here on the prairies of Saskatchewan. The heat has us reeling for cold air, easy meals and refreshing drinks. My kids like to share in the summer treats and when we want a little flare to our beverage … [Read more...]

Blooming Onion Chipotle Wedges #FreshBBQ


  The summer is all about feeling the warm sunshine on your face, spending time with family and friends and indulging in some of our favourite backyard barbecue tasty eats. I don't know about you but when it's hot and sticky the last thing I … [Read more...]

Copycat Bonanza Chicken Monterey


My first job was as a Bonanza Restaurant drink girl, other than a newspaper route and babysitting. I spent many times after shift enjoying the salad bar and my favourite Chicken Monterey. I remember my job interview, I was so nervous but I landed the … [Read more...]

Best Cheesy Scalloped Potatoes


After a few hot days here on the farm, the weather has turned windy and cold with promises of rain. We really need the rain this year but with the cooler damp weather we're inside more and craving comfort food. Baked Ham and Cheesy Scalloped Potatoes … [Read more...]

Saskatoon Berry Pie


    As a kid we spent a lot of time at the lake. Lazy summer days full of swimming, bonfires and hiking in the hills are my fondest memories of my childhood. Come July we would hike our way to the wild Saskatoon berry trees to … [Read more...]

Rhubarb Strawberry Crisp


  This long weekend the family and I seeded our garden. Having freshly grown vegetables and fruit nurtured by your own hard work and sweat has meaning beyond words. It not only gives us the ability to feed our kids quality foods but make … [Read more...]

Campfire Recipes: Egg & Nutella S’mores


  This weekend marks the first camping weekend where Parks Canada opens up and campers alike swarm to get their tents up and campfires stoked for memories to be made. My family loves to go camping; there hasn't been a summer in many years … [Read more...]

Homemade Granola with Raw Honey


  Our family eats a lot of granola. It wasn't until recently when a friend of mine helped me make granola in my kitchen that I realized how easy it really was. I love that I can add only the best ingredients to my granola and avoid all the added … [Read more...]

Broccoli Salad with Bacon


With St. Patricks Day coming up I try to have  green themed food. Most green themed food I find is full of sugar and food colouring so I wanted to share a healthier version of green food. Family gatherings call for family favourite recipes like this … [Read more...]

Strawberry Apple Cinnamon Fruit Leather


  Like most kids, my kids love fruit rollups. What I don't like is the added sugars and unnatural colours that come along with pre-packaged treats. Fruit leather is actually very easy to make and you don't need a dehydrator to make it, although if … [Read more...]

Creamy Shipwreck Casserole


My parents were shift-workers, my father a Fire Commander at the local Fire Hall and my mother as a Licensed Practical Nurse. There were many times my parents were passing in the wind, missing holidays and working many nights. Easy meals became a … [Read more...]