Apple Rhubarb Loaf is the perfect accompaniment to a hot cup of tea (or coffee, but my favourite is tea). It is slightly sweet and earthy to give it that comfort food flavour.
So yesterday Amanda’s Daily Dish hit 100 likes on Facebook…yay! I am so excited that so many of you have liked my page enough to follow along with me on Facebook. I’ve got so many recipes and ideas that I want to share. Even my little guys are starting to get into it and are making suggestions as to what I should include on the blog. Such helpful little guys they are.
Jeff (my husband) was also a help when he came home from work the other day with a big bag of rhubarb. A client of his had given it to him and I was so excited because when we lived in our first home we had a big rhubarb patch and I would bake tons of goodies with rhubarb. I never replanted one once we moved and I’ve really missed it since then.
I also had a big bag of apples on hand so that’s how this recipe was created. Apples and rhubarb sounded like it would be a nice match so away we went. The result was a delicious loaf full of fruit (is rhubarb even a fruit? I think maybe it would be a plant? I never thought of that before).
I’m enjoying a piece with my cup of tea while I finish this post up. It is so yummy. Here’s the recipe…
I used sour cream in this recipe for the moisture. It gave the loaf a nice flavour and texture.
Look at those chubby little fingers. Chandon (my 3 year old little guy) really wanted to help.
Enjoy! and Happy Long Weekend
Bruschetta Brie Pasta has the perfect blend of tomatoes, garlic, and brie. A perfect summertime pasta dish.
The summer has been busy for us so far. Not busy is a bad way, but busy in a good way. We are either having playdates, or heading out to do something, visiting friends, going for BBQ’s etc, etc. This past weekend we visited a friends’ cottage about an hour ad a half from our town. The boys had so much fun. They went out on the lake on a paddle boat, went tubing, ran around the outdoors, chased snakes around (yuk!), and just had an all around great time.
While we were having snacks something scary happened though. I was sitting outside on the patio with the other adults, the kids came around to grab a bite to eat. Suddenly my little guy Emmett who is 5 starts tugging on my arm and he has tears in his eyes, but couldn’t speak. I wasn’t sure what was happening at first so I asked him if he was choking and he nodded…He was Choking!! I jumped out of my seat and quickly gave him the Heimlich maneuver. He coughed and cleared out the watermelon and nachos that he was choking on.
Luckily a nurse friend was there too, because I almost blanked out on what to do.
We were over an hour away from any kind of medical help. This sure was a reminder to everyone to brush up on their cpr/first aid training.
If you haven’t had any training or have a foggy memory of it, you should really brush up on it. You never know when something can happen. It was so scary, but luckily all turned out well.
Anyhow, I have got a great summery recipe for you guys today.
Cooking dinner in the summer can sometimes be such a pain. Especially when it’s nice out and you’re enjoying the day outdoors.
That’s why I think you guys are going to love this recipe. It’s actually super quick and easy, but it presents so well. It looks like a gourmet meal, but it doesn’t take much longer than a box of mac and cheese to make.
I personally like white wine, so I think that a chilled summery white wine would be perfect with this meal. I’m kind of regretting not thinking of that last night. Bummer. Oh well, next time.
Try out the recipe below. I promise you’ll love it.
I love fresh heirloom tomatoes. They are so colourful and bright.
The brie cheese starting to melt on the pasta looks so good. Actually, it was so good. This pasta is a must try.
Crepes are the perfect breakfast for a lazy weekend morning.
I’ve been working on this little blog of mine like crazy. Trying to figure out all sorts of design and layout styles. I am no website developer so this has been a real learning experience for me. But it feels so good to finally figure out how to do something after you’ve been trying for hours. I never realized how much support there is out there in the food blogging community. Food bloggers really try and help each other out, which is so wonderful. Because this little blog is my corner away from all the craziness of life.
Sometimes it’s nice to just do something for yourself that you truly enjoy. For me that’s cooking and sharing my recipes…..and shopping 🙂
After years of modifying my recipe I have finally done it. I finally came across what I think is the best version of crepes I have ever made and I am going to share my recipe with you all. I made this recipe this past weekend and wasn’t planning on posting it, but once I sat down to have breakfast I knew I had to.
There are probably at least a hundred different ways crepes can be served. With maple syrup and butter, with powdered sugar, jam, fresh fruit, whipped cream, and even cream cheese. My personal favourite is the traditional maple syrup and butter.
So here it is, after a whole whack of adjustments the final copy….
This Chicken a La King recipe is great for a quick and easy dinner the whole family will love
Have any of you come across those “Tiny Kitchen” videos where they make recipes except in tiny version?
So not practical , but why do I love to watch them? They are just so cute…. aaaaand make enough food for maybe an ant to eat. The stove is tiny, the pot is tiny, the plate is tiny, and the spoon is tiny. The food is basically cooked over a candle lit mini stove. Nonetheless I’m guilty, I love watching Tiny Kitchen cooking videos.
In my house we need ginormous size kitchen videos. Feeding five hungry guys is no easy job. Someone is always hungry. It’s exhausting. That’s why finding recipes that I can make in a jiffy and that everyone will love is like pure gold to me. This Chicken a La King recipe is exactly that.
My mom has been making this recipe for as long as I can remember. It’s the quick and easy, I’ve got four hungry kids staring at me version. My kiddos gobble this stuff right up and there are never any leftovers. You’ll want to keep this recipe in your back pocket for those quick weeknight meals.
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