It is the second last day at the Dairyman’s Cottage and we have a few extra loaves of bread, still-warm creamy milk from the farm’s cow and free-range eggs. What to do?!? Why, you make a bread pudding, of course! … Continue reading
The owner of the Dairyman Cottage has provided some of his farm’s bacon and terrific tasting fennel seed spiked sausage. Top that off with some French toast, Nutella and Mimosas… irresistible way to start the day!
Our quartet has arrived – after many hours of travelling we are at the Dairyman’s Cottage for a few days to rest, relax and wander around the Borassa valley. We were greeted by a scarlet mutt named Ruby. We entered … Continue reading
Eric and I will be departing shortly for a grand adventure with Sherri and Phread. You see, Sherri and I reached a milestone this year – we celebrated our 40th birthdays. It was decreed sometime over the summer that we … Continue reading
The very first food blog I subscribed to is called The Bitten Word. It is put together by Clay and Zach who live in Washington D.C. and have subscriptions to loads of food magazines. The piles of magazines were largely … Continue reading
Continuing from my last post, I’d like to share another new favourite appetizer that debuted at the wedding rehearsal/cocktail/New Year’s Eve party a few years ago. I knew we would feature different proteins to appeal to a broad palate. Unfortunately, … Continue reading
A few months ago, Julie wrote a guest post for à la Claude about her wedding rehearsal dinner/New Year’s Eve 2009 party. I decided it is time to start elaborating on some of the delicious bites that were created for the evening. … Continue reading
A few weeks ago, I wrote about the deliciously spiced pumpkin pie ice cream from Sargent Sundae. I vowed to return before the season wrapped up – it took three days for me to stop by and pick up two 1-litre containers … Continue reading