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Lighter Chicken and Dumplings

My friend Steve came over on the weekend to do some yard work for me so I offered to make him dinner. As I mentioned a couple of posts ago, I have to watch my cholesterol so that means cutting down on saturated fat and sugar. 442 more words


Breakfast Sandwiches with Smoked Salmon and Boursin Cheese Sauce

I can’t believe I forgot to post this! I made this meal over a month ago and was typing out the directions when the computer died on me and I lost all my work! 651 more words


Recipe Roundup

I’ve surprised myself by making some supremely tasty dishes since having E. Who said that having two babies is hard. It’s a breeze! (Omg, I’m so kidding. 958 more words


30 - Chef Michael Smith's Ginger Soy Poached Salmon

Having dinner on the table by the time my wife returns home from work? It’s unlikely, but occasionally feasible. Nearly needing to reheat her portion because dinner is ready half an hour before she pulls in the driveway – well, that’s nearly impossible. 704 more words

Top Dishes

3rd Anniversary! Where has the time gone!

What a busy year (or 2) it’s been for me! I’ll spare you all the details (2 big falls, a few broken bones, 2 big surgeries… and healing!) But, last summer we spent some time in Prince Edward Island again. 220 more words

Chef Michael Smith

Thanksgiving 2014: candles, rain, & roast chicken

I find Thanksgiving one of the hardest times of the year to be away from home — after Christmas, it’s a close second. October in Nova Scotia is beautiful ( 615 more words


Travelling the red dirt roads of PEI

Two weeks ago my husband Scott and I traveled back to PEI (for you non-Canadians…. it’s Prince Edward Island) Canada’s smallest province, for a fantastic vacation.   362 more words

On The Road