Canada 150 – Culinary tour, eh

tarte au sucre pie, tarte au sucre pie if I┬ádon’t get some I think I’m gonna die ~adapted from Alligator Pie by Dennis Lee~ As mentioned previously, Canadian cuisine is varied depending on region, season cultural influence. It makes use of both local and imported ingredients and many Canadians will have a memory and/or experience … More Canada 150 – Culinary tour, eh

Meatless Monday – Alchemy to the Rescue!

My own brand of recipe alchemy intervenes in Cuban cuisine. This Meatless Monday post makes over some signature Cuban food into a healthier vegetarian/vegan version. cucurucho – a dessert made with nuts, fruit, coconut and honey. Described as ambrosia-like this dessert can be quite cloying and the addition of honey renders it non-vegan. The make-over? … More Meatless Monday – Alchemy to the Rescue!

Canada Day Special – Would You Like Poutine with That?

Does Canada have a national dish? One that typifies this country and unifies its people? Some would argue poutine; however, poutine is a Quebec invention and there is a segment of the Quebec population who have wanted to separate from the rest of Canada (and to be truthful a section of the English-speaking population who … More Canada Day Special – Would You Like Poutine with That?