This Skillet Tenderloin Roast au Poivre & Mushrooms takes the classic French Steak au Poivre and uses a pepper and salt encrusted tenderloin roast instead. Dare I say it’s even better than the classic? I dare. We served this to company for Sunday supper and it received rave reviews. Skillet Tenderloin Roast au Poivre – A...
Easter Bread, or Ukrainian Babka, is one of the most beloved Easter traditions in my household. I come from a Ukrainian family and both of my Grandmother’s would make Babka every Easter. When my Grandma wasn’t around to make it, my Mom would then take over. I have been making Easter Bread since I had...
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This Sweet Mustard Sausage and Potato Skillet was a completely delicious accident.I had four fresh gourmet mustard sausages from a local restaurant here in Edmonton that I HAD to use up. What goes with mustard sausage? Brown sugar, whole seed mustard and potatoes and onions, of course! Sausage and Potato Skillet The key to a great...
Ok. These Saucy Brown Sugar Baked Pork Chops have convinced me to make pork chops in the oven more often. They are tender, moist, succulent and perfectly delicious tender morsels of pork and that brown sugar sauce? Divine! Tender, Juicy, Oven Baked Pork Chops The time has come my friends, to enjoy pork chops like they...
The Melon Ball cocktail is a popular and easy to drink cocktail that tastes like spring. It makes use of a few select ingredients to bring you a drink that will have you out on your deck in a lawn chair in no time. What do you need to make a Melon Ball Cocktail? For...
I have been wanting to make a Retro 7-Up, Pineapple & Cherry Slow Cooker Ham for ages now and now that Easter is coming I finally stopped procrastinating. This is totally the most retro ham that you can get : pineapple, maraschino cherries and 7-Up! Now while our Mom’s used to cook it in the oven,...
I quickly wrote up this recipe as I was teaching my own son How to Make Homemade Pita Chips. I realized that not everyone knows the basics and that if my 14 year old son needed to learn this cooking skill, then there are tons of other people that could benefit from knowing it! Also, it’s...
With St. Patrick’s Day right around the corner, what better way to spend it than with a delicious new cocktail? The Irish Sour is a great St. Patrick’s Day Cocktail that’s not only green, but also super easy with only 3 simple ingredients! As I mentioned, this is a super simple recipe. To make this...
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Sometimes the adults just need a decadent Beef Stew with Red Wine. While this stew is a little more complex than a simple beef stew, it really is just a few more herbs and some red wine compared to a basic stew. It’s absolutely worth it! Beef Stew with Red Wine is Fast & Simple Don’t...
This Fast and Easy Irish Soda Bread shouldn’t be saved for Saint Patrick’s Day only, it should be enjoyed year round! Irish Soda bread doesn’t use any yeast but instead uses buttermilk and baking soda for it’s lift. Don’t expect a typical bread interior, think of it as a cross between bread, a biscuit and...