Are you ready for the last long weekend of summer? While you might be getting ready for the first day of classes, it's important to take a little time out for some rest and relaxation before all your assignments and tests begin! Here's a menu for an easy barbecue to have with family and friends.
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Are you ready for the last long weekend of summer? While you might be getting ready for the first day of classes, it’s important to take a little time out for some rest and relaxation before all your assignments and tests begin! Here’s a menu for an easy barbecue to have with family and friends.
A couple of us from Start From Scratch have been visiting the Okanagan and have been indulging in the fresh food and wines that this region is known for. Whenever I visit Kelowna, I eat copious amounts of cherries (in fact, I’m munching through a bowl right now). There is just something about big, juicy
Treat your dad to pulled chicken tacos this Father’s Day. This recipe from Julie van Rosendaal, uses a slow cooker aka. it’s super easy! Add a selection of toppings and you’ve got yourself the perfect meal for the whole family. Pulled Chicken Tacos (from dinnerwithjulie.com) Adapted from Sweet Potato Chronicles 8 boneless, skinless chicken thighs
The grass is finally green, the skies are blue and the sun is shining, so why not pack yourself a picnic and take it to a park in your neighbourhood or even Prince’s Island Park? All you need is a loaf of bread, some cheese, veggies, this potato and artichoke salad and a jug of
This Sunday, May 12 is Mother’s Day and a perfect opportunity for you to show off your skills! Cook your Mom a brunch, dinner, dessert or snack and make her proud. Here are a few easy recipe ideas for you: For every Mom who deserves to be over-indulged: Blueberry Cheesecake Overnight French Toast by Julie
Julie van Rosendaal is a very good friend of Start From Scratch and I luckily now work only a few blocks away from her house. We always thought that she was joking when she said she would pop in with some delicious just baked goods, but last week it actually happened. Holy. Cow. One of
Kale. is. everywhere. Not that it’s a bad thing, it’s a nutritional superstar that may just be the healthiest food on the planet. Jump on the kale bandwagon and move beyond kale chips with these recipes: Kale Spanikopita Trianges from dinnerwithjulie.com – Switch up spinach for kale and try out phyllo dough, it’s not as
First of all: WELCOME BACK DAN! You’re just in time for St. Patrick’s Day! To celebrate your return from the land down under and St. Patrick’s Day, let’s all make a batch of these Guinness Brownies. Slainte! Guinness Brownies (courtesy patentandthepantry.com) 1 cup all-purpose flour 3/4 cup unsweetened cocoa powder 1/4 teaspoon salt 6 tablespoons
Sometimes I think Tuesdays are the forgotten day of the week. Mondays, all you can think about is that it’s Monday and you wish it would be over; Wednesdays give you a bit of pep in your step since you’re halfway through the work week; Thursdays, always have something fun happening on them, and I
Main course: Done. Dessert: Done. Appetizer: Will tortilla chips and salsa suffice? In a pinch it might, but you shouldn’t forget the bits and bites you should serve to your guests while the main course is cooking. They get the party started and foreshadow what is to come. Here are some quick and easy dips