I can’t believe we’re at the tail end of strawberry season already. I couldn’t find one Ontario strawberry anywhere the markets were sold out! If you’re anything like me you’ll be sad to see the last strawberries of the season.
After my unexpected and long absence I wanted to come back with an irresistible sweet treat and I thought this Caramel, Peanut Butter Mousse and Chocolate Tart would be the perfect recipe to share. It’s ooey, gooey, sweet, salty and
Crazy, busy week, I felt like I barely had enough time to breathe! But, I didn’t want to let a week go by without posting, especially since we’re heading into the holiday season. Everyone is so busy at this time
Apricots are so much better cooked than raw and roasting them in a poaching liquid of sweet white wine and vanilla intensifies the sweetness and flavour. Apricots with vanilla can only be described as a match made in heaven. It’s
I can’t believe we’re already into July, summer seems to be moving along far too quickly. We enjoyed the Canada Day celebrations. And on the 4th of July we also celebrated my son’s, Matthew, 18th birthday. For holiday weekends I
The sun is shining, the weather is finally getting warmer and my thoughts are turning toward summer and the berry-growing season. We’ve been very lucky over the last few months; the market has stocked some delicious sweet and juicy berries.
I really enjoyed making these Hazelnut, Raspberry Jam and White Chocolate Ganache Tarts. I couldn’t help but think of the arrival of spring, summer, warm weather, and visiting the local fruit farms. During the berry growing seasons I pick baskets
My son, Matt, had the worst chocolate craving all week and I was hoping these Chocolate Custard Tartlettes would hit the spot. I admit a bit of skepticism when I initially spotted Bill Granger’s recipe for these tarts. The recipe