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Recent Reviews


Re:Honey-Lime Chicken Wings

Tasty tasty sauce. We loved it. Alternatively, I'd say you could cook the wings whatever way you like (fry, bake, broil) and the sauce would work.


Posted: 05:55 pm on March 29th 2014

Re:Fish and Chips with Tartar Sauce

Fabulous recipe! Takes me back to London (and Nova Scotia!). As an added bonus my daughter loves these too. Definitely a recipe I've come back to time and time again. Speaking of which, save your oil, as the recipe uses a lot and it would be a pity to waste it.


Posted: 04:43 pm on November 13th 2012

Re:White Chocolate Raspberry Cheesecake

My family's favorite cheesecake recipe. Fabulous taste, beautiful to look at. Great for special dinners & holidays.


Posted: 10:17 am on October 18th 2012

Re:Cedar-Planked Salmon with Lemon-Pepper Rub and Horseradish-Chive Sauce

I LOVE this dish. We have made it twice now and it was fabulous both times. It is now my go-to dish for company in the summer. It's quick and easy, and with the planks, something unusual that impresses guests. It is very forgiving on time - we've overcooked it at 25 minutes (per temp guidelines) and it's still been delicious. Both times we did a taste-test using two different types of salmon, and it works well on all kinds. This last time we did both Atlantic and wild-caught Alaskan coho, and both were equally good. I add extra lemon (2 lemons) because I like that taste, but suit yourselves. I think it's good even without the sauce, but I do make the sauce as an option. I don't use as much horseradish, as I prefer the cedar and herb flavors to come through unimpeded. Still, an excellent dish. Love it.


Posted: 09:13 pm on September 4th 2011