An unusual delicious way to make fried chicken

I love when I get to try out new cooking tools and appliances for the first time. In this next recipe I had to purchase a Chinese bamboo steamer basket.  Well actually I have been eyeing these steamer baskets every time I shop at my Asian grocery store MultiFood, this next recipe gave me theRead more

Cooking with Rosemary Gift Recomendations

I thought it might be fun to take a bit of a break from cooking (well there is a recipe hidden in the description of the last gift recommendation) to share with all my readers some of my favorite cookbooks and cooking products.  Since we are in December and the holidays are soon approaching perhaps you needRead more

Updated Sausage and Peppers

As a girl who grew up in an Italian family and didn’t eat tomatoes or cheese, sausage and peppers was one of the few Italian dishes I liked. Sausage and Peppers is definitely a comfort food.  Sausage and Peppers also doesn’t require a lot of ingredients so it’s an easy dish to throw together.  IRead more

Breakfast before Tweed

One of the fun events in Windsor Matt and I try to do each year is the Tweed Ride.  It’s a bicycle ride where you are encouraged to ride vintage bicycles and wear vintage clothing.  The ride itself goes around the city making stops at bars and restaurants along the way.  The morning of theRead more

Part Science Experiment, Part Dinner

One of my favorite chefs is David Chang.  For some reason I don’t seem to have much luck mastering his recipes though.  And then I started to think…maybe he doesn’t actually want anyone to master his recipe.  What if this is really just a game or cruel joke.  That was my frame of mind when IRead more