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Recent Reviews

Re:Peppermint Brownies

Excellent recipe! One of my go-to recipes for potlucks and parties. I've made these countless times over the years and they've always been a huge hit. Maybe I don't have access to good white chocolate, but it never melts smoothly enough to drizzle nicely. I now stick it in a piping bag fitted with a thin round tip and pipe the white chocolate across in rows...just make sure you wear oven mitts, that piping bag is hot ;)

Posted: 03:26 pm on July 1st 2017

Re:Scotch Blondies

These are pretty average. As the other reviewer mentioned, the bake time is WAY off, by around 5 minutes or more. Check them at 25, but it's likely you'll need to leave them in longer. The flavour was nothing to write home about. The Scotch flavour is definitely present, but otherwise they're fairly bland and nothing exciting. Won't be making these again.

Posted: 11:54 pm on April 17th 2017

Re:Spicy Tomato Broth with Couscous & Chicken

This is one of my classic go-to recipes. Extremely delicious and the prep is quite fast (mostly spices, not much chopping), which is great for a weeknight meal. I'm not a fan of thighs so I substitute for chicken breast. To keep things together, I cut each breast in half (or thirds depending on size), simmer away, then cut into bite-sized pieces at the end...I find this keeps the chicken from shredding while simmering. I also cook the couscous separately and then add it when I'm ready for a meal. Makes for better leftovers!

Posted: 12:22 pm on October 13th 2015

Re:Scrambled Eggs with Tomatoes and Herbs

I have made this recipe more times than I can count so I MUST leave a review! I don't even really like eggs but this recipe is fantastic! Very quick and simple, excellent depth of flavour...I think the sour cream is the real secret here. I must admit that while the recipe is pretty much flawless as is, I've made a few modifications over time based on what I have available to me. My favourite substitution is using sundried tomatoes instead of fresh...I do everything else the same, I just eyeball how many sundried tomatoes I want. YUM.

Posted: 12:17 pm on October 13th 2015