Isn't spring just lovely! Morels and fiddleheads kick off the summer eating season. Read more in my monthly newspaper column Home for Dinner, where you'll find the recipe for this lovely leek and chanterelle tart. Chanterelles will be in season in late July, so get ready!
Tuesday, May 29, 2012
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French Canadian baked beans with maple syrup and duck sausage.
Bacalao Fritters - Salt cod and potato balls with lemon aioli.
Ricotta gnocchi with sage butter sauce and parmesan cheese.
A cosy nook at Duck Duck Goose.
What's your favourite Saskatoon restaurant? I'll give it a taste!
Friday, May 18, 2012
It's fiddlehead time in Saskatchewan! I bought a basket of freshly-picked fiddleheads from the Nipawin area. If you'd like to sample this wild spring delicacy, let me know. They're $4.50 for half a pound, which is just enough for a stir fry or pasta sauce (or the recipe below).
Monday, May 14, 2012
I had fun this morning on Global TV chatting with host Warren Dean, checking out a few appetizer ideas for the spring bounty. Here's an app that makes the most of the short asparagus season.
When the egg is set over most of the frittata but still runny in the centre, place the skillet under the broiler just until the central egg is set (testing with a knife). Remove before the frittata browns.