Thursday, November 27, 2014

Low Fat Daal Makhani


Daal Makhani is one of my favourite lentil dishes.  I've been making this recipe for over 2 years.  It's taken me so long to post because I have had the most difficult time photographing it.  Every time I took a picture it just looked so unappetizing.  This past week I finally got a picture I am happy with!

Monday, November 24, 2014

Syrian Kebobs {SRC}


It's the last Monday of the month which means it's time for The Secret Recipe Club reveal!  This month I was assigned Oh! You Cook! written by Dena.  Dena blogs about Kosher recipes and has written The Everything Kosher Slow Cooker Cookbook.  As I was browsing Dena's blog I knew this was an assignment I was really going to enjoy.  I've pinned several recipes that I plan to try out.  These Syrian Kebobs are actually the third recipe I've made from Dena's blog.  The only reason they got blogged about is because there were leftovers.  I have already made Baked Tilapia with "Crab Meat" Stuffing and Garlic Cheddar Biscuits.

Tuesday, November 18, 2014

Chewy Chocolate White Chocolate Chip Cookies with Gay Lea Butter


With the holidays approaching many families start baking special treats.  Although we don't celebrate Christmas, we love home baked goods and any excuse to make a yummy treat!  Today I'm sharing with you a Chewy Chocolate White Chocolate Chip Cookie made with Gay Lea Butter.

Friday, November 14, 2014

Gay Lea Shortbread Contest and The Royal Agricultural Winter Fair


I am very excited to share with you that I have been chosen to be a Gay Lea Brand Ambassador!  Being an Ambassador, I get to share with you great news happening with Gay Lea.  This year The Royal Agricultural Winter Fair runs from November 7 to November 16 and Gay Lea is a proud sponsor.  In honour of the Fair, Gay Lea is having a contest to find out how you enjoy your favourite shortbread cookies!

Thursday, November 13, 2014

Curried Zucchini Soup with Minute Rice® {Giveaway}



Rice is something I always have in my pantry.  We either use it to make biryani or it is accompanying one of many Indian curries we enjoy.  We have always purchased Basmati rice.  We have ventured out to other varieties of rice but Basmati has always been our favourite.  Recently I got the opportunity to try Minute Rice®'s new line of Aromatic Rice.  They have Basmati and Jasmine rice.  I was excited to try both of them, especially the Jasmine rice as I've never cooked with it before.

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