This fruit salsa recipe is made for using up overripe fruit or whatever fruit you have an excess of. The fruit is easily interchangeable-use oranges, melons, peaches or even strawberries, kiwis or grapes, whatever needs using up.
Easy Recipes Inspired By My West Coast Kitchen Garden On Vancouver Island
Oyster stew is a traditional dish to have on Christmas Eve….on the East Coast of North America. I think it’s a great tradition and that we should adopt it here on the West Coast because we too have an abundance of these fresh and delicious […]
This past weekend I lucked into an impromptu girls night and because it was last minute and everyone had been ridiculously busy with various things all week, we didn’t want to stress about dinner or do anything really time consuming, we all just needed to […]
October is in full swing and I am still using up my apples that won’t keep, the ones that have a little worm hole or have fallen on the ground and gotten a bit bruised and this week I perfected my Apple Brown Sugar Cake. […]
There are three foods that make me feel all the fall feels, pumpkins, wild mushrooms and apples. While some apples are ready in late summer, my little apple tree finishes in the fall. This year my apples were ready to start picking in late September […]
Today’s post is all about my visit to the second farm that makes up Creekside Produce, the Menzies Family Farm and has a delicious, healthy, vegetarian, easy and kid friendly dinner recipe-Zucchini Fritters with a Herb Yogurt Dip. I am usually blogging about my own […]
Do you like ketchup but cringe at all the sugar, sugar syrup and other less than natural ingredients? It’s easy to make your own using tomatoes and peppers from your garden or farmer’s market. This week’s recipe, Roasted Red Pepper Tomato Ketchup, is part of a meal […]