Monthly Archives: August 2012

Canadian Butter Tarts

I cannot believe I have not made one Canadian dish this entire time and to those that have been reading this for some time I am sorry. Among the several recipes to be found on here from other countries, I have omitted to attempt anything from a country I was living in only two years ago….

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Spicy Coconut Chocolate Bites

Spicy chocolate seemed like something a lot of people were into for a while and growing up in New Zealand one of the favorite options when stopping by a bakery. These take a classic, add a bit of spice and make it in bite size so those cravings that come up can be tamed and…

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Potato Donuts

Potato donuts might seem like the weirdest thing to make, but I remember having something like these when I was growing up and they aren’t often found. Despite my lack of love for potatoes, and plesae don’t be offended,  not when you compare them to sweet potatoes, they are just not as satisfying. I don’t…

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Spiced Salmon Salad

Spiced salmon with slices of orange and avocado might not be the most obvious mix of ingredients, but this is one tasty salad!!! And the spices on the salmon itself would make this a standout regardless of whether you put it in a salad or not. One of the recent friends I made at a…

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Homemade Tortillas

I’ve only been to Mexico once, but in that seven day period on the piece of land south of the USA, I have to say I fell in love. The opportunity to explore the land, its orange hills, its vast water views, its easygoing atmosphere.To food that delighted me, even to this day I can…

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Bacon and Egg Pie

The small art of borrowing an object, something that you have not obtained outright, but been given to use for a period always differs in results. I’ve met countless people who refuse to lend anything out to anyone after too many failed changing of the hands. I’m always a good lender, other then a small…

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