This was originally posted November 16, 2013. It has been reposted due to a back up failure from my web host.
I was listening to the CBC and they had a Chef, Ricardo Larrivee, on. He has written a book, Ricardo Slow Cooker Favourites: From Lasagna to Creme Brulee, By: Ricardo Larrivee, Published by HarperCollins Publishers Ltd. Continue reading Slow Cooker Lasagna→
This was originally posted on November 15, 2013 and is reposted due to a catastrophic crash of my site.
I am rapidly learning that something you make yourself tastes better and has the advantage of you controlling the ingredients. I made bratwurst but I used chicken and pork to lighten it up a bit. You need a grinder and something to stuff the sausage casings to make this. I do have a KitchenAid mixer with a grinder attachment and stuffing tubes. In my early attempt to make sausage, I found the
KitchenAid does a decent job of grinding meat. However, trying to use it to stuff casings is like getting a root canal from a proctologist. If you are going to make sausage, get a dedicated sausage stuffer. Continue reading Passing Wind Estates Bratwurst, The First Post→
This post was originally posted on November 15, 2013 but was lost in a catastrophic web loss.
I hate breakfast. I don’t just dislike it, I really hate it. When I get up, I am just not hungry for the first hour and the thought of food is akin to French kissing your grandmother. I hate breakfast. Continue reading My Take On Breakfast→