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Just discovered this drink this Christmas: it is tasty, a touch of sweetness, bright with fresh lime juice! Perfect to get you through a winter storm. If you are lucky enough to get your hands on Ginger Beer from Maine Root, it will have a nice kick of ginger too. Cheers to the New Year!
This delicious recipe was a happy accident! One lazy Sunday afternoon, my mum and I decided to experiment making vegan pancakes and ended up throwing in a bunch of ingredients only to create the most soft, fluffy and delicious pancakes to be enjoyed by everyone! Fun tip, you could try adding some plant-based milk (preferably soy to oat) to make your pancake mix more creamy and rich! Enjoy!! x
This tastes much better than the Dandelion wine
we tried to make years ago and is possibly better for you.
Leave plenty of flowers for the bees ,
as they are an important food source in April and May
( in our part of the world )
To everyone's good health.
Beans around the world! Eating black bean brownies is a fun and healthy way to enjoy beans with your family and friends. You can conquer any heart offering brownies and they are so delicious that people will be surprised when they’ll know that the main ingredient is healthy beans.
Years ago, I had my first taste of slow cooked, French Canadian-style baked beans. It was what I’ll call a time stopping gustatory experience. It was mid February, cold as heck and I was on a journalism school assignment to report on the sights and sounds and all to be savoured at Festival du Voyageur....for those of you not familiar.....this annual festival is unique to my hometown of Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada. It all happens in our fantastic French Quarter, Saint-Boniface and is the largest winter event of its kind in Western Canada. Voyageurs worked for fur companies transporting goods by boat between trading posts. Voyageur, Métis and First Nations histories are celebrated amid happy fiddles playing, people jigging, hearty laughter, twinkle lights, bonfires, evergreens and delicious, traditional food (split pea soup, sugar pie|tarte a sucre, maple candy hardened in snow, tourtiere|meat pie, and that’s just the start!). Back to the beans. They had been cooked for hours in an old school clay bean pot by a man with a waxed moustache wearing a humongous fur hat. The navy beans were warm, tender and delicately starchy. The hunks of salt pork adding just enough unctuous, meaty flavour. But the crowning achievement of the dish was its beautifully sweet and savoury sauce. Glorious in its simplicity, it stuck fast to every bean creating an amber-hued sheen over every morsel. It’s February next month, right? My tum is rumbling.
Completed for Digital Media Illustration at CCAD.
A New England and Canadian traditon during the sugaring season of maple syrup it just made since. Since being raised in Vermont I had to include Vermont maple syrup, but any can be used but please use real maple syrup.