• Recipes: pierogi russki and pierogi with strawberries
        by msmarmitelover on July 8, 2024 at 8:07 am

        I’ve made several versions of pierogi since visiting Poland in June, one of the best being Felicity Cloake’s perfect series. I also asked for advice from my Polish builders and the local Polish shop. I think I’ve got it now. Although similar to ravioli and stuffed pasta, they aren’t the same. You have to make…Read More

      • Gooseberry meringue pie or Stachelbeeren Kuchen recipe
        by msmarmitelover on July 1, 2024 at 10:29 am

        I did have three gooseberry bushes in my garden, they are usually in season around June but they’ve all died. So I hunted around for gooseberries and it’s remarkably hard to find them in shops. Waitrose does sell them, but don’t stock much so they sell out quickly. At last week’s supper club I made…Read More

      • The sleep edit: 12 tips to improve sleep
        by msmarmitelover on June 28, 2024 at 9:47 am

        I’ve slept like a log my whole life, until I reached menopause. Now I can’t sleep a whole night through, waking at least twice a night. I’ve heard that insomnia during and after menopause is an evolutionary tool – because the grandmothers were expected to guard the cave entrance all night so that the parents…Read More

      • Pickle soup recipe
        by msmarmitelover on June 24, 2024 at 7:34 pm

        This was probably the best thing I ate in Krakow. It ticks all the boxes for me: creamy, sour, potato, soup. I recreated it when I got home, served it at last Saturday’s Midsummer supper club and served it again for Sunday lunch for the family. Post supper club, if there are leftovers, I invite…Read More

      • Butternut squash and paneer curry recipe
        by msmarmitelover on June 10, 2024 at 8:58 am

        I got the squash at a food bank at a local church. I already had the paneer in the fridge. I’ve been eating a lot of Italian recently and fancied a change – some vegetarian Indian. I gave it to my granddaughter when she came in from nursery. Her first words when she comes in…Read More

      • what does rutabaga taste like
        by Antwan Smith on July 16, 2024 at 3:26 am

        Curious about the taste of rutabaga? Our article explores the flavor profile of this root vegetable and provides tips on how to prepare it for a delicious and nutritious meal. The post what does rutabaga taste like first appeared on Dine Dream Discover. The post what does rutabaga taste like appeared first on Dine Dream Discover.

      • what does pomegranate taste like
        by Antwan Smith on July 16, 2024 at 3:19 am

        Discover the unique and delicious taste of pomegranate in this article. The post what does pomegranate taste like first appeared on Dine Dream Discover. The post what does pomegranate taste like appeared first on Dine Dream Discover.

      • what does taro milk tea taste like
        by Antwan Smith on July 16, 2024 at 3:18 am

        Discover the unique and delicious flavor of taro milk tea in this article. The post what does taro milk tea taste like first appeared on Dine Dream Discover. The post what does taro milk tea taste like appeared first on Dine Dream Discover.

      • what does almond milk taste like
        by Antwan Smith on July 16, 2024 at 3:06 am

        Curious about the taste of almond milk? Our article explores the flavor profile of this popular dairy-free alternative, including its sweetness, nuttiness, and texture. The post what does almond milk taste like first appeared on Dine Dream Discover. The post what does almond milk taste like appeared first on Dine Dream Discover.

      • what does butternut squash taste like
        by Antwan Smith on July 16, 2024 at 3:04 am

        Discover the unique taste of butternut squash in this informative article. The post what does butternut squash taste like first appeared on Dine Dream Discover. The post what does butternut squash taste like appeared first on Dine Dream Discover.

      • Hodge Podge – A Vegetarian Delight in Nova Scotia
        by Ayngelina on July 8, 2024 at 8:58 am

        Traditional hodge podge is a Nova Scotia classic summer recipe. It’s sometimes called vegetarian chowder as it’s fresh summer vegetables in milk or cream. It’s a Nova Scotia classic and has ALWAYS been vegetarian because we’re not just a land of amazing seafood.  I grew up in the Annapolis Valley. It was once a booming Hodge Podge – A Vegetarian Delight in Nova Scotia is a post from: Bacon is Magic

      • 50 Easy Strawberry Desserts for Summer
        by Ryan Osborne on July 1, 2024 at 3:26 am

        Nothing says summer like strawberry desserts, it’s why almost all Canada Day desserts use strawberries. I reached out to home cooks to share their favourite Canada Day desserts recipes and realized so many of them featured strawberries. It’s actually not surprising as strawberry season is in its peak on July 1st and so these red 50 Easy Strawberry Desserts for Summer is a post from: Bacon is Magic

      • 5 Minute Summer Salad: Finnish Cucumber Salad – Kurkkusalaatti
        by Ryan Osborne on June 5, 2024 at 4:49 am

        A refreshing side dish perfect for summer, Finnish cucumber salad or kurkkusalaatti takes 5 minutes to make and last a week in the fridge! Summer eating is all about farm fresh fruits and vegetables and easy cooking because no one wants to be around a hot stove. It’s times like these that looking to our 5 Minute Summer Salad: Finnish Cucumber Salad – Kurkkusalaatti is a post from: Bacon is Magic

      • No Need for a Flight with these 5 Authentic Asian Restaurants in Mississauga
        by Ayngelina on May 24, 2024 at 7:49 am

        A city of international flavours, you can taste the world with these Asian restaurants in Mississauga. This year I plan to spend 8 months in Asia. I don’t know my exact schedule as I like to keep things open but I do know it will be centered around food. Eight months seems like a long No Need for a Flight with these 5 Authentic Asian Restaurants in Mississauga is a post from: Bacon is Magic

      • A Chef’s Recipe for Pickled Chanterelle Mushrooms
        by Ayngelina on May 16, 2024 at 6:14 am

        This chef’s recipe uses season chanterelles to make the best pickled mushrooms in minutes. There’s a story behind these pickled chanterelle mushrooms. Don’t worry I won’t get into it because I know people hate scrolling through personal stories to get to a recipe. I love this recipe so much that when I ended a chaotic A Chef’s Recipe for Pickled Chanterelle Mushrooms is a post from: Bacon is Magic