This pie is filthy rich in flavour and melt-in-your-mouth dreamy. It takes a little while to put together, but it is very well worth it. Let me tell you, I am really excited to make it again.
It’s berry season! Last year, after the rivers in Calgary flooded, Saskatoon berries on the banks were contaminated, and I couldn’t get my hands on any of the delicious fruit. … Continue reading
So, what would be a fun way to get the cheddar taste into an apple pie? I took inspiration from the numerous cinnamon bun pie crusts that I’ve seen floating around the internet and decided to substitute the cinnamon for some aged cheddar. Bingo. What a great combination.
I will never forget going to a sugar shack (cabane à sucre) when I was a little girl. Along with dancing and a helping of French-Canadian food, my favourite part … Continue reading
Cherries from the colder climes and bourbon from the warmer make an irresistible treat for Pi Day (3.14) and Pi Month (3.’14). They work so well together I almost believed … Continue reading
As the snow turns the city into a winter wonderland and a chill sets in to turn my cheeks rosy, all I want is a warm and wholesome dessert to … Continue reading
It’s done; I finally made a roasted red pepper desert recipe and it turned out scrumptious, interesting, and vibrant. In fact, I deem it the perfect recipe to celebrate Oh … Continue reading
It’s not very often that you see a lemon pie. Not a lemon meringue pie, but a straight-up pie shell packed with lemons. Enter the pie pop. The pie pop … Continue reading