Rice porridge with Christmas dinner leftovers.
Mushroom Risotto. Well worth the wait!
Total comfort food. Rolled and ready to simmer. A pot full of stuffed cabbages.
Sausage Stuffed Acorn Squash
Miso Glazed Salmon; moist, flavorful and succulent.
Pork turnovers. Great use of leftovers. Hey...it rhymes.
My Grandma's Famous Chicken, which was one of the first things I ever learned to cook. Flavors will always remind me of home during cold, Canadian winters.
A moist and luscious Tuscan pork loin.
An easy, tasty lunch. Cheddar Mushroom Quiche. It could be Broccoli, Spinach, Swiss or Onion, use whatever you have on hand.
Sweet Potato and Kale Enchiladas
Turkey and Cranberry Sauce Quesadillas
Wine-Braised Beef Shepherd's Pie.
Latke-Wrapped Pork Tenderloin. Definitely not kosher but certainly delicious.
A flavorful and easy to make stuffed mushroom!
Fully Cooked Slow Roasted Salmon.
Tacos with spicy chorizo, yam, feta and marinated red onion.
My Christmas eve dinner of roast chicken.
Vegetarian lasagna for a crowd, with a spinach and ricotta filling
Yaki udon, cooked with homemade udon.
These au gratin potatoes are wonderfully easy to make in the slow cooker.
Roasted Brussels Sprouts Gratin
Salisbury Steak with Mushroom Gravy, add Mashed Potatoes and it is my favorite comfort food!
Brussels Sprouts with Pancetta and Dried Figs
For your new years eve dinner: Tender Pulled Jackfruit cooked in red wine gravy!
The Great Truman Capote's Chicken and Potato Hash
Beef Wellington for Christmas
Chicken and Dumplings Stew. Perfect for a cold winter night!
Chestnut Stuffing. Fresh sage, chestnuts, and dried Michigan cherries make this the perfect stuffing.
A healthier version of Potatoes Anna.
Corn Bread Stuffing with Chorizo and Cranberries
We made gyu-don for our Christmas Breakfast. What a way to start the day!
Meat-packed casserole style manicotti topped with loads of mozzarella. This is a real crowd pleaser!
Spanish Pork with Orange and Poppyseed Salad.