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29 June 2015

June 2015 posts

Monday, 29 June 2015
Swiss Chard and Cherries Go Together Brilliantly
summary: recipe for stir-fried Swiss Chard and cherries; to pit or not to pit; cherries aren't just for dessert; windfall cherries; information about Not Far From the Tree;

Saturday, 27 June 2015
Delving into the Archives... Chilaquiles
summary: recipe for Chilaquiles; re-reading past issues of SAVEUR magazine; delving into our photo archives; Linden trees in blossom

Sunday, 21 June 2015
Asparagus and Scapes
summary: 'Music' scapes go perfectly with Ontario asparagus;

Tuesday, 16 June 2015
Muesli Rolls sans Chocolate (BBB June 2015)
summary: recipe for Muesli Rolls, based on a recipe for Muesli Rolls with Chocolate Chips in Dean Brettschneider’s book "Bread"; my reading skills have not really improved; a Bread Baking Babes project; another lawn sale find;

Friday, 12 June 2015
Sing a Joyful Song!
summary: homemade tortellini; spring has sprung; the garden sage survived the dreadful winter; Ontario asparagus is in season!

Friday, 12 June 2015
Would you stand in line for this cheesecake?
summary: store-bought cheese cake vs. homemade cheesecake; Uncle Tetsu's Japanese storebought cheesecake, Ruth Reichl's New York Style homemade cheesecake;

Wednesday, 3 June 2015
Wordless Wednesday: bringing home the bacon!
summary: homemade bacon smoked in a gas barbecue (we use a tray of woodchips on one side of the barbecue): 1. Sliced and ready for cooking; 2. just out of the smoker; 3. cooked and served with toasted Flaxseed and Prune Bread; this time round, we used the recipe at amazingribs.com: Porknography > Making Bacon From Scratch