Its a long weekend and that usually means BBQ and summer fun. When the weather doesn’t want to cooperate you sometimes need to get a little creative. Or when you run out of propane and cannot BBQ. Take your pick either option requires a little ingenuity. Kent got creative, possible inspired by watching several episodes Continue Reading
This summer, JOEY Restaurant Group and Steam Whistle Brewing have teamed up to offer a unique taste of Canada to commemorate and celebrate our nation’s 150th. Beer is the beverage that Canadians reach for most often so this partnership was natural. The JOEY plus Steam Whistle collaboration kicks off with a series of patio Continue Reading
Guess I really should be calling this Kent-Style Beef Chili because I actually have not been to Texas to try their’s. There is just something about Chili and Texas that make me thing connected. A recipe for Beef Chili for the fussy one in your life.
Real life sometimes creates amazing blogging moments and it also may create extreme blogging delays. Delays not always related to not sharing posts but rather towards posting particular posts. Last Fall Kent created an amazing Rotini pasta dish and I totally forgot to share. He is a huge fan of facebook videos and recreating special Continue Reading
I am a fan of Shepherd’s Pie and so is Kent. Problem is I do not seem to make it often enough. The very first time I made it for Kent he made an offhand comment about it needing something. It was a totally innocent statement that I think I took as a criticism so Continue Reading
This was a wonderful surprise, went to get my hair done and came home to a dinner surprise. Kent decided to try the Chili Cheese Hot Dog Croissant Bake.
The key to a perfect Turkey dinner, it’s not just the brine, nor the stuffing but how you actually cook your bird. After the brine is complete and the stuffing is made and in the turkey the real fun begins. The key is to cook the turkey for one half hour at 450. Turn down Continue Reading
The secret to an amazing turkey is Brine, I know crazy thought but it really works. Best turkey dinner ever when Kent brines the bird. It is not a quick process as the brine needs to cool for 24 hours after it is made, and then you soak the bird in the brine and ice Continue Reading
The perfect turkey dinner is not just one piece, it is the sum of all of the parts. The turkey, with the stuffing, added to the potatoes and squash and peas and well you get the picture, it is all off it together. Today we are going to talk stuffing, not dressing STUFFING. Stuffing actually Continue Reading
This weekend Fall seemed to arrive and with that Kent decided to resume our Saturday Evening Dinners. For a long time Saturdays were Kent’s create in the kitchen occasion. He would spend hours, actually all day preparing four course meals for us to sample. ( and I wonder why I am no longer a size Continue Reading