Cilantro is one of those odd ingredients that people either love or… do not. Did you know there are people who are genetically predisposed to taste cilantro like it’s soap? This is sad and I’m very glad that I am not one of these people. I am, however, predisposed to murdering cilantro. I’ve tried to grow it three years in a row with pretty much
A few weeks ago I was talking about working with a very limited pantry and sparsely equipped kitchen while housesitting for a friend. Even so, I still managed to piece together a delicious and fragrant Honey Garlic Lemon Chicken dish. But, that was just one evening out of many that I had to pull together something to eat without having access to a lot of stuff.
I spent a really fun day at Granville Island Market with my “food hubby” Sean last week. There’s more coming on that in a later post but, while I was there I bought a bag of beautiful heirloom tomatoes that cost me a fortune but I just couldn’t resist. You see, one of the sad things about my summer is…the tomato situation. That’s right… we
There is absolutely nothing like tomatoes straight from your garden. Nothing. Not even tomatoes from the farmer’s market. When you grow them, you get to choose when you pick them. You can eat them when they’re still warm from the sun and you can smell that distinctly tomato vine smell that comes with them – it gets all over your hands and clothes. One of
Here it is, my obligatory Canucks post. I want this Stanley Cup wrapped up in four games because… it’s June. It’s summer. Don’t get me wrong, I’m a fan. I’ve shared season’s tickets for the last few years. I love going to games. But, it’s time for hot dogs at the ballpark and taking in a Whitecaps game. Not stale smelling ice rinks and below