Apple Pie Filling #ActifryRecipes

I love a fresh, crispy apple. There’s something so delicious about that first bite. During apple season, I pick them out individually because the price is right. However, offseason, I’ll grab a 3 or 5lb bag to keep costs down. Since there’s only two of us, this usually means that I have a few that … [Read more...]

5 Reasons To Invest In A Meal Delivery Service

Why have a meal delivery service? Well, imagine having a stressful, long day at work and all you want to do is go home, eat, then sleep. However, when you get home, you find that there’s no food prepared and you will have to do the cooking yourself. It can get tiring, and many people opt for … [Read more...]

Beet Salad #Recipes

Salad is one of those side dishes that I tend to eat more of during the summer. Yet, if you choose the right ingredients, it can be a fresh winter side as well. One of those ingredients is beets. They’re delicious, highly nutritious, and a colourful addition. You can purchase deep red, golden or … [Read more...]

Actifry Chicken Bites #ActiFryRecipes

Last week, I began my venture for ActiFry recipes and shared my roast potatoes with you. Today, it’s actifry chicken bites. Since chicken is a staple in many homes, including mine, I’ll probably have a few of these recipes. Once again, it’s a pretty simple recipe. Now, you need to use 2 or 3 … [Read more...]

Roasted Potatoes The ActiFry Way #ActiFryRecipes

Just in case you didn’t see my Facebook post, I received an ActiFry for Christmas. I’ve been wanting one for ages and was super thrilled when I opened it. However, I was a little disappointed that there isn’t a lot of recipes around for it. So, I’ve decided to post an ActiFry recipe as often as I … [Read more...]

Most Expensive Lunch Ever!

Back in November, Larry and I visited Playa del Carmen. We spent two fabulous weeks enjoying great weather and fantastic food! Naturally, vacation time does come to an end, and you find yourself heading back to the airport. Upon our arrival at the Cancun airport, we discovered that many more … [Read more...]

Christmas Recipes From Around The Blogesphere

Most of us have our favourite Christmas Recipes. Those delectable goodies that have been passed down through generations. You may not make them on a regular basis, but they get pulled out for holidays. I have several of those! One happens to be oatmeal cookies. These particular cookies aren’t your … [Read more...]

Skip The Dishes #XmasCountdown2017 #Giveaway CAN/USA

Previously, I wrote about my experience with Skip The Dishes. It’s a great alternative to ordinary delivery. For example, you can order from restaurants that don’t offer delivery of their own. As well, you can keep track of what’s happening with your order, and where your delivery person is, through … [Read more...]

Soup’s On! 7 Yummy Soups You Can Make

Over the years, I’ve posted a lot of soup recipes. Not surprising, since they’re a favourite of mine, especially with winter on the way. It’s a comfort food that’s both economical and delicious. I prefer to make my own, because I have to watch my salt intake. However, that doesn’t mean I don’t use … [Read more...]

Seafood Dinner @TangoBistro #NotSpon #yyc #yyceats

Listen up, if you live in Calgary and love seafood, you just got lucky. Right now, you can get a lobster dinner for $25 per person at Tango Bistro. If you’re visiting Calgary, you simply have to stop in and have a bite. They are located on MacLeod Trail, next door to Smugglers. It’s a meal … [Read more...]

Meatloaf Made My Way #Recipe

Everyone has a meatloaf recipe that they enjoy. Personally, I never thought I'd switch out my recipe for another one. A few weeks ago, however, I found myself returning home from the grocery store with a large amount of lean ground beef that I'd bought at one heck of a deal. Most of it, I turned … [Read more...]

Cauliflower Cheese Soup #Recipe

Cold, winter days, call for warm and comforting soups. If you're like me, a big bowl of soup, combined with a sandwich, takes care of dinner. They're simple to make and taste a whole lot better than the cans. Plus, you can control the seasonings. Many canned soups are over the top with salt. … [Read more...]