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Wabi Sabi Snack Crackers

Wabi Sabi is a Japanese term that is difficult to translate. Roughly, it means idealized imperfection, rustic beauty or an appreciation or the unique randomness of a handmade or natural object. The beauty of these crackers is that they are very rustic, random and beautiful in both looks and taste! They’re loaded with Japanese inspired …


Red River Snack Crackers

These little crackers pair beautifully with cheeses, pickled vegetables, cured meats, jams and preserves. They are full of cracked whole grains and flaxseeds for extra crunch. The best thing is that they are so simple to make! Print Recipe Red River Snack Crackers Crispy crackers that would be right at home on your charcuterie board. …


Jamaican Chicken Curry

Curry flavours vary from region to region and Jamaican curries definitely have their own, distinct flavour. Liberal use of coconut milk, allspice in the curry blend, and the sweet and kick of spicy scotch bonnet peppers are what set these dishes apart. I have used scotch bonnet sauce in my recipe, but you can certainly …


Make It! Jamaican Curry Powder

Jamaican curry powder has a distinct flavour profile that sets it apart from other curry powders that you may have tried. The presence of allspice is the main difference. Without allspice, it just is not Jamaican. Full stop. Fenugreek, nutmeg and mustard seeds all lend their magic to make this a unique and fragrant spice …


Make It! Dijon Style Mustard

Dijon has been a mustard making centre since the Middle Ages. Traditionally it is made exclusively of brown mustard seeds soaked in verjus, the acidic juice of unripened grapes. For the sake of availability, I’ve used white wine, but if you have access to verjus, then all the better! I also use a 50/50 mix …


Your Daily Bread

This is an essential, fundamental loaf of bread. It’s the type that you will want to make a sandwich with, or some toast in the morning. It’s humble and unintrusive. There are no seeds or flavours to clash with your soup or stew. It’s what’s needed to support everything from your favourite jam to tuna …


Pad Ka Prow – Thai Beef and Basil

This dish can be made with strips of beef or with ground beef, chicken, or pork. Th main ingredient is really the basil. It’s not the usual thai basil, with the purple stems and large shiny leaves. This is Holy Basil, or Hot Basil. It is Ka Prow. You can tell it by it’s slightly …


Shakshuka with Feta and Olives

You can make this for an elegant brunch for company or you can eat it while hungover in your pyjamas. Either way, this is a delicious and easy way to start your day! The eggs will satify your hunger and the spicy tomatoes will get your juices flowing! This version is pretty mild, but another …


Wild Rice and Chicken Soup

If you’re traveling in Minnesota, you will see a version of this delicious soup served in many different restaurants. Wild rice is definitely a local delicacy, with a nutty, woodsy, flavour and a chewy, almost crunchy texture. The grains are ridiculously long and when cooked, the hull will split open and a tender curl of …

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