Archive for March 2016

Black Bean and Corn Salsa

This recipe makes the best use of black beans and corn with some unusual ingredients that make this dish exciting and delicious.  It can be served as a meal on its own or as a salad to accompany any meat or fish.  It is also an ideal summer party or picnic food and I promise once […]

Buffalo Wings from the Beginning

Buffalo wings are undeniably popular throughout much of the United States, and there are a number of variations for this dish. They can often be purchased, premade and frozen, in stores. They also aren’t particularly hard to make from scratch. For many, it is hard to even imagine watching the big game without some Buffalo […]

Ruckus Brewings Hoptimus Prime Review

Who doesn’t love a good IPA? American or English IPAs can be delicious and refreshing on a hot day, while winter can be the time for a double or IPA. This is when it’s good to have a full bodied beer with a little alcoholic warmth to take the chill off a cold winter night. […]

Review of Deschutes Brewings Inversion Ipa

There’s no doubt about it, Americans love their hops. There’s hardly a beer style in the country that doesn’t come equipped with a blast of some sort of American hops in it. These beers go beyond the American pale ale or IPA where you expect a certain hoppiness. Try an American brown ale, an amber, […]

Plum and Paprika Chutney

The good thing with chutney is that you don’t have to be too precise with the ingredients, a bit more or less of this or that doesn’t matter as the chutney doesn’t have to become solid like jam, it’s always good the way it is. When you’ve bought the plums, make sure that your family/the […]

Recipes Homemade Coleslaw Dressing

The crunch and tanginess of colesaw makes it a perfect summer side dish to go with grilled chicken, hamburgers, hotdogs, steaks and the list goes on. Some coleslaw lovers have even been known to indulge in the “coleslaw sandwich”: a generous mound of coleslaw between two pieces of toasted bread or bun halves. These two […]

Honey Mustard Dressing

Honey Mustard Dressing: A Tangy Take on Traditional Dressings Honey mustard is a natural flavour boost for all sorts of dressings and seasonings. Honey mustard dressing is great for adding flavour to foods as a salad dressing, as a baste for chicken, and even as a dip for chicken tenders. Its intense and distinctive flavour […]

Sauce Spread Dips

The best garlic dip and the easiest is when you roast a whole head of garlic in either a garlic roaster or aluminum foil. Remove the outer layers of skin and cut off a slice on top to expose the garlic meat inside the paper jackets. Drizzle some olive oil over the top of the […]

Spaghetti Sauce

It’s really not that hard to make spaghetti sauce, and it tastes much better than opening a can. Plus, you get to control the ingredients and cut out the preservatives. Don’t be scared by the long cooking time, you can simply cook it overnight. You can make this sauce ahead of time and freeze it […]

Strawberry Salsa

Fruit salsa is the essence of summer, a zesty versatile condiment that combines ripe fruit at its peak with traditional Mexican flavors.  It’s the perfect partner to grilled fish, shellfish, chicken, or pork and it’s also one of those recipes you can tweak a little every time you make it if you wish. However, many […]