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How to Grill Brie with Roasted Red Pepper Jelly: Victoria Day Recipes
May11

How to Grill Brie with Roasted Red Pepper Jelly: Victoria Day Recipes

Smokey, gooey & delicious is what you’re in store for with Grilled Brie with Roasted Red Pepper Jelly – perfect for Victoria Day weekend entertaining! I just love brie, a fabulously creamy cheese that’s soft on the inside and has a lovely rind on the outside. This rind will help us keep it all together while grilling a wheel of brie. Complete with grill marks & creamy deliciousness, this appetizer will rock...

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How to Bake Figs with Brie
Feb17

How to Bake Figs with Brie

Looking for a romantic appetizers that’s fun to eat with your fingers, or a beautiful hors d’oeuvres option for entertaining, Baked Figs with Brie is just right! Elegant & simple with just the right flavors to perk everything up. This combination will truly make your taste buds dance & crave more with the sweetness of the figs, the naughtiness of the red wine syrup, and the decadence of the brie topping that melds...

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How to Make Maple Brie Spread

This recipe is from my cousin, Tara, who presented us with this beautiful spread at her Christmas Get-Together…Great combination…Amazing! ~ Kimberly Edwards 😀 Type: Appetizer Serve With: Gourmet, plain crackers or Melba toast Prep Time: ~ 4 min Cook Time: 10 min Ingredients: Instructions: 1. Place Brie in center of an oven-safe serving dish and pour maple syrup over top. 2. Sprinkle pecans on top of the Brie and syrup. 3....

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How to Roast Radishes in a Roasting Tray + Video
Sep08

How to Roast Radishes in a Roasting Tray + Video

Check out this recipe for How to Roast Radishes in a Roasting Tray for a delicious way to enjoy this root vegetable! A tasty, nutritious, root vegetable eaten raw, radishes respond to cooking & roasting very well too. The peppery nuances are accompanied by a subtle sweetness that makes them irresistible. The radishes I’m using are from my garden and they are very large, brilliantly red in color, full of a fresh peppery...

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How to Make Napa Valley Strawberry Balsamic Jello Parfaits + Video
Dec13

How to Make Napa Valley Strawberry Balsamic Jello Parfaits + Video

For a delicious dessert that is easy & fun to make, try this recipe for How to Make Napa Valley Strawberry Balsamic Jello Parfaits! You will find that people who love their desserts and snacks, adults & children alike, will be excited to enjoy this unique combination of delicious ingredients. Napa Valley Strawberry Balsamic Jello Parfaits are perfect for Christmas or the middle of July. Napa Valley Strawberry Balsamic Jello...

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Web Chef Review: Haskapa Jalapeño Haskap Relish
Sep28

Web Chef Review: Haskapa Jalapeño Haskap Relish

I can’t say enough good things about Haskapa Jalapeño Haskap Relish. This product is sweet, savory, spicy and supremely delicious. I have had the experience of using the Haskapa Jalapeño Haskap Relish in a few different recipes with outstanding results, and would recommend it to anyone who wants to experience something new and different that can only improve the flavors of your recipes. Find out about this product on this...

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Web Chef Review: Haskapa Chutney
Aug25

Web Chef Review: Haskapa Chutney

Haskapa Chutney is a chutney that can easily be served with any number of entrĂ©es. It’s a real winner when it comes to serving it with poultry, on cream cheese, with pork, hamburgers, and many other dishes. Haskapa Chutney is a jar of deliciousness – sweet, fruity with a chili kick. Haskap berries are indigenous to Russia and parts of Asia, and presently they are grown in Nova Scotia, as well as other provinces and some...

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Web Chef Review: Rancourt Winery 2012 Malbec
Aug22

Web Chef Review: Rancourt Winery 2012 Malbec

This bottle of Rancourt Winery 2012 Malbec is an amazing, exciting wine. Malbec is quite a rare grape here in the Niagara Region or in all of Canada for that matter. There are only three producers of a single varietal Malbec wine in Niagara area – using only one type of grape in their wine and in this case, it is Malbec. Malbec is similar to a beaujolais or pinot noir, except it is lighter in color and fruitier. A beautiful...

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A Romantic Valentine’s Day Menu
Feb11

A Romantic Valentine’s Day Menu

When deciding on what to make for your romantic dinner for two, this Valentine’s Day Menu is a great place to start for ideas! Making this day special is something to look forward to for the both of you because this menu is going to be sooooo delicious… A Romantic Valentine’s Day Menu: Enjoy these tasty tidbits from appetizer through dessert. Mix & match these ideas with some of your favorites to come up with...

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Meal & Dessert Pairings for National Dessert Month
Oct01

Meal & Dessert Pairings for National Dessert Month

It’s National Dessert Month, and who doesn’t enjoy a little something sweet after a great meal? The dessert course allows for great variety, as it includes such items from fresh fruit with cheese to pastries, cookies, pies, puddings, cakes and everything in between. Desserts can be simple or complicated, light or more substantial. Meal & Dessert Pairings: Imagination is the key when it comes to a dessert that...

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6 Tasty Pizza Ideas for National Pizza Festival Month
Oct01

6 Tasty Pizza Ideas for National Pizza Festival Month

October is National Pizza Festival Month, and there are a lot of ways to prepare pizzas. Aside from the usual mushrooms, pepperoni & green pepper choices, here are a few of our favorites using any sized pizza crusts you prefer – either store-bought or homemade pizza crust. I usually use about 8 inch diameter crusts. I make my own tomato pizza sauce, and for the most part, my pizzas are baked at 400 degrees F for 12 –...

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National Cherries Jubilee Day Deserves a Flambéed Recipe
Sep24

National Cherries Jubilee Day Deserves a Flambéed Recipe

Cherries Jubilee is one of the most beautiful & decadent desserts that I know of… Juicy cherries flambĂ©ed with Kirsch, a cherry liqueur, this tempting dessert is then scooped over ice cream of the vanilla variety. However, variations on this recipe change the fruit, the liqueur and what it goes on top of, but the premise is simple. A tasty liquor with some gorgeous fruit. FlambĂ© it all and pour it over something else...

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Eating & Food Philosophy with Web Chef Kimberly Turner  + Video
Jun24

Eating & Food Philosophy with Web Chef Kimberly Turner + Video

Today, I figured I would share with you some of my food philosophy. I often get inbox messages everywhere as to how I stay fit and eat so many crazy things…and I thought I would address that briefly here. I feel I have a different philosophy on food and cooking than many people out there. Watch the video below for Kimberly’s views & enjoy the information in the post too: ENJOY the Food You Eat: Firstly, I want to...

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