Roasting a whole head of cauliflower is easy and the results are spectacular. You can serve this as a side dish or make it the star of the show served with cous cous and hummus.
Garlic mashed potato topped with crispy chicken smothered in a cream chicken gravy is a thing of beauty on a cold night. This dish bring back memories of very, very long Canadian road trips.
I didn’t grow up eating peanut butter so I’m getting a second childhood diet through my Canadian children. Sweet and somehow savoury at the same time, Peanut Butter and Jam Eggy Bread is such fun to make.
Americans know how to do big sandwiches and a Philly Cheesesteak is one of the best. I like any sandwich that is a challenge to get your face around.
Fish tacos are one of those perfect foods that can transport you to the ocean and sunshine. The combination of crunchy battered fish, soft taco, sharp pickled onion and spiced sour cream is pure heaven.
Whether you have leftover roast pork or want to try something new with pork loin this is a beautiful sauce to pair it with for an evening meal in under 30 minutes.
Carbonara is the queen of spaghetti dishes. Decadent and salty it is still one of my favourites. The jarred stuff bares no resemblance to this beautiful dish so give it a go and rediscover carbonara.
Part cookie and part cake these Double Chocolate Chip Oatmeal Cookies are one of my favourites.
Breakfast Trifle is a very happy combination of brioche, yoghurt, fruit, custard and cream. The kids love building their own trifles from the ingredients laid out on the table.
This is one of the few dishes I have that call for chicken breasts but cooked using the 4/20 method it’s so juicy and just perfect with noodles and a luscious coconut broth.