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I have shared hundreds of recipes on my food blog MRS. BUTTERFINGERS. One recipe has been extraordinarily popular. It is my recipe for butter tarts. Hundreds of cooks have down loaded the recipe this quintessential Canadian dessert. The melt-in-your-mouth flaky … Continue reading
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Roasted rhubarb! Doesn’t it simply roll off your tongue. Roasted rhubarb! How intriguing. How absolutely delicious. Stalks of rhubarb roasted to sugary tartness. This simple method allows you to roast pieces of rhubarb to a delicate tenderness that stays … Continue reading
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It is the attention to detail. The little extra that pushes something over the top that take it from very good to extraordinary. And when that extraordinary itself is truly magnificent you have pure gold. During our restaurant years every … Continue reading
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I made my first banana bread just after the second world war. Bananas disappeared from the produce shelves during the war. Rationing, torpedoed cargo ships and ships used for troop transport meant that many food items were simply not … Continue reading
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Blackberries grow wild and unruly steps from my kitchen door. Protecting my arms from attacking thorns and armed with a bucket I can cheerfully spend a glorious afternoon plundering the blackberry vines. In summer I pick them warm from the … Continue reading
The lemon filling in heavenly LEMON CLOUD TART naturally separates into two distinct layer when baked – a fluffy top layer lightened by the whipped cream, and a bottom layer of creamy lemon curd. Use my Blue Ribbon pastry … Continue reading
This oh so scrumptious bread is a dynamite combination of flavours. The roasted walnuts are rich and crunchy, and the tart cranberries and orange zest create an explosion for your taste buds. The recipe makes two loaves – one … Continue reading
This is one of those desserts you like to make over and over again. It is so simple – requiring just one bowl. The ingredients are pantry friendly. It takes just a few minutes to whip up. Served warm fresh … Continue reading