Turkey pizza with Cranberry BBQ sauce

It’s the new year and you might have a few leftovers from your feastings.  I’ve finally finished off the last of the Christmas turkey (except for the carcass) and have scoured the tubes and wires of the interweb for recipes.  I found this one for turkey pizza and it is delish, I must say.  Over…

Christmas Cookie Countdown – Oatmeal Fruit Cookies

This week’s cookie is one that I personally like.  While it can technically be made any time of the year (as are most cookies), I personally like cinnamon flavour around this time.  It makes you feel warm and brings forth visions of sitting by the fire while sharing these cookies with your loved ones. Oatmeal…

Zucchini Loaf

A couple of months ago I planted some zucchini sprouts purchased from our local garden centre.  Every year I seem to lose my memory about how abundant zucchini plants are under ideal conditions.  This summer’s crop is doing really well.  We’ve had quite a bit of moisture this season.  Some farmers are complaining it’s too…

Buttermilk Banana Muffin

For the longest time I thought everything my mother created in the kitchen was a Newfoundland invention.  When I was a youngster she would make cabbage rolls from scratch.  She would make the filling and boil the cabbage and spend the afternoon rolling them up and baking them for supper.  Same with Chinese food.  She…

Scrunchies

No, this isn’t a post about the elasticty donut a lot of women sported in their hair in the eighties.  It’s about a drop cookie and this drop cookie is chock-a-block full of different ingredients from all over my pantry.  There’s creamy coconut, chocolate chips, and crunchy peanuts.  It almost sounds like I’m writing an…

Cranberry Almond Loaf

When we were kids my brother and I would go cross country skiing with my father.  There were many places outside town where we lived.  One could drive about 15 minutes outside town, park the car on the side of the highway, and just go.  Of course, you would look for snowmobile tracks or something…