By looking at the photos for this recipe, you may be thinking this is not a traditional chicken pot pie and you would be right! I had a hankering for chicken pot pie after watching an episode of Anna Olsen's show Bake. She took the top half of her pastry dough and turned it into … Continue reading The Ultimate Chicken Pot Pie
When you mingle a chocolate chip cookie, and a butterscotch brownie, a blondie is what you get! These sweet treats are simple to make in a pinch and do not require an electric mixer. There's no rolling out individual cookies-just put this batter into a baking dish, bake in the oven, et voila! Blondies are likely my first introduction to … Continue reading Soft and Chewy Chocolate Chip Blondies
This festive cake recipe is incredibly moist and decadent. It is the epitome of Christmas-wintery, spicy and rummy-nummy. The buttered rum sauce brings me back to the Life Savers Sweet Storybook I used to get in my stocking every year. The butter rum flavour being my favourite, prompted me to come up with a flavour … Continue reading Eggnog Layer Cake with Buttered Rum Sauce
A classic recipe for hollandaise is rich, tangy and oh so sinful. I think the idea of making this sauce at home can be very daunting, which is why many people opt for the packet variety. I am pleased to show you a method that is simple and won't have you fussing over a double-boiler, concerned with separation. Created with all … Continue reading Effortless Hollandaise Sauce
Simple Chinese food in the comfort of your home!