This is a dish that I had at Café Medina in the summertime that really inspired me to try it for myself. It is a really hearty dish with a lot of bold flavours that will leave your mouth watering and asking for more. Continue reading
One of my all time favourite comfort foods is lamb tagine. I love the rich flavour of the lamb cooked low and slow with these sweet and savoury flavours. This dish is all in the preparation, lots of ingredients, but once ready, it’s a cinch to make, enjoy! Continue reading
This will be one of the only posts that I make of something I did before I started my blog, but this recipe is simply irresistable and too hard to leave out of this! I cooked these last week when Jenny and I went to visit my mum in Chilliwack. I hadn’t cooked anything for her in awhile so this was a great way to make it up to her.
This is a dish I wanted to try from Gordon Ramsay’s Ultimate Cookery Course. It is basically tender ribs packed with flavour from red wine, garlic, and pancetta. Short ribs are a really cheap cut of meat too so this is great if you’re on a budget! I spent about $11 for four nice sized ribs. Thinner cuts of this same piece of meat are typically used in Korean cuisine for barbequing. Continue reading