While Thanksgiving is long past here in Canada already, it is just around the corner in the U.S. With my American readers in mind, and giving a nod to the creeping chill that is wrapping itself around folks in many areas, I’ve put together a compilation of a few recipes featuring seasonal foods that are abundant right now. Enjoy!
Sorry, folks. I’m down for the count this week with an ear infection/perforated eardrum. So, in the spirit of television clip shows, I’ve compiled a few posts from the past year to hold us all over until I’m (hopefully) better next week. And yes, lesson learned. Keep a post or two in reserve for times such as this… Continue reading
So Thanksgiving has come and gone in Canada. What a wonderful weekend. It was beautiful. Cool nights, days warm enough for long sleeves and no jackets, autumn colours, lots to do… and food. Good, good food. Continue reading
So much ham
We ordered a bone in “quarter ham” from a local farm for Easter. Growing up, we always had ham for Easter dinner. I don’t know where the tradition comes from (Oh Google… Be a dear and fetch that info for me, would you?). Okay, so it’s an American thing. The fresh pork slaughtered in the autumn wouldn’t keep until spring, so what wasn’t consumed was cured. Curing is not a quick process, so the first hams would be ready around the same time that Easter came along, making them the obvious choice to be the meat at the meal. Thank you, Google. Continue reading