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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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How to Grill Napa Valley Pomegranate White Balsamic Chicken
Sep27

How to Grill Napa Valley Pomegranate White Balsamic Chicken

If you want to introduce a new and unique way to prepare chicken, you will want to try this recipe for How to Grill Pomegranate White Balsamic Chicken. You’ll experience the exciting experience of a truly delicious alternative to just plain chicken. The pomegranate white balsamic vinegar marinade turns into a baste & creates a gorgeous glaze with complex flavor. It imparts a fruity pomegranate flavor with caramelized white...

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How to Make Haskapa Pear Mocktails
Sep26

How to Make Haskapa Pear Mocktails

It exciting for me to share with you How to Make Haskapa Pear Mocktails – versatile for non-drinkers & drinkers alike. This is a non-alcoholic beverage to refresh you when you need a lift, though you could add alcohol as you desire to make this a strictly adult drink. The subtle addition of pear flavor with the gorgeously sweet & tangy haskap juice is an exciting one that will satisfy the young & the old. Haskapa...

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How to Make Napa Jack’s Peach Bourbon BBQ Vinaigrette
Sep23

How to Make Napa Jack’s Peach Bourbon BBQ Vinaigrette

You’re going to absolutely love this recipe for How to Make Napa Jack’s Peach Bourbon BBQ Vinaigrette on so many different salads. This new experience with a dressing that has it all will quickly become one of your go-to vinaigrettes. The sweetness of the peach with the richness of bourbon, and combined with BBQ sauciness, this is a winning salad dressing that will surely make you smile. Napa Jack’s Peach Bourbon BBQ...

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How to Can Mom’s Dill Pickles
Sep11

How to Can Mom’s Dill Pickles

I am excited to show you How to Can Mom’s Dill Pickles with my amazing Mother! The recipe my mother uses is one where she combined my German grandmother’s recipe, and my Ukrainian grandmother’s recipe, and she came out with her own recipe which, in my opinion is the best of two worlds. Our family is wild about mom’s dill pickles. When I was away at university, mom and dad used to stock up my pantry, always...

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How to Grill Black Sheep Cheese Stuffed Hamburgers with Haskapa Chutney
Sep03

How to Grill Black Sheep Cheese Stuffed Hamburgers with Haskapa Chutney

Once you make burgers using this recipe How to Grill Black Sheep Cheese Stuffed Hamburgers with Haskapa Chutney, you will want to share it with your friends. We have found this to be one of our favorite ways to kick things up and making simple hamburgers into an culinary experience. The burgers are savory and juicy, the filling is a slightly salty, gooey cheese surprise and to top it off, the Haskapa Chutney is pure heaven –...

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Web Chef Review: Ontario Savoy Cabbage at Harvest Barn Country Markets
Aug31

Web Chef Review: Ontario Savoy Cabbage at Harvest Barn Country Markets

Take a look at this beautiful specimen of Ontario Savoy Cabbage from Harvest Barn Country Markets. It is in perfect condition with nice, green, shiny leaves. It’s heavy, crispy, fresh and ready to use. There are no ugly outer leaves with holes in them that need to be discarded. so I can use every bit of this cabbage for my recipes. As usual, I am satisfied that whatever I cook with this cabbage from Harvest Barn Country Market,...

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Web Chef Review: Ontario Baby Kale at Harvest Barn Country Markets
Aug30

Web Chef Review: Ontario Baby Kale at Harvest Barn Country Markets

Ontario Baby Kale is at Harvest Barn Country Markets! I know their kale is delicious because I have used it a number of times, but this is baby kale that is very tender and tasty to use in a salad or to cook on the stove top. It is also great to include in your soups, stews & stocks – a little peppery and lemony – somewhat similar to arugula. This baby kale would be ideal used in sauces or on sandwiches in place of...

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Did You Miss Kimberly’s Labor Day Menu Ideas on ‘Tim Denis in the Morning’?
Aug29

Did You Miss Kimberly’s Labor Day Menu Ideas on ‘Tim Denis in the Morning’?

If you missed web chef Kimberly Turner’s Labor Day Menu Ideas on Tim Denis in the Morning on Newstalk 610 CKTB this morning, then you really must check these tasty gems out! Labor Day is the last big hurrah of summer, so invite some family & friends, soak up the sun, and enjoy delicious offerings from the bountiful harvest of the season. Use your grill, make a campfire, and get ready for some fun & flavor! Be sure to...

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Web Chef Review: Ontario Cantaloupe at Harvest Barn Country Markets
Aug27

Web Chef Review: Ontario Cantaloupe at Harvest Barn Country Markets

This is what I say about Ontario Cantaloupe at Harvest Barn Country Markets. Just take a look at this lovely specimen of an Ontario cantaloupe. According to my Mom, the cantaloupe should be somewhat spongy at the stem area and pleasantly golden with a delicious, musky aroma. When you cut into the cantaloupe, see how gloriously golden and juicy it is. We try to keep cantaloupe on hand during the summer months, when you can get these...

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Web Chef Review: Haskapa Juice
Aug26

Web Chef Review: Haskapa Juice

Haskapa Juice is ever-so-tasty and full of antioxidants too! It is made from Haskap berries that are a dark purplish-blue in color, and similar to blueberries, but larger and more elongated in shape. The inside of the berry is deep crimson in color with flavor likened to blueberry, raspberry, cranberry & elderberry in taste. The Haskap berry originated in Siberia, but also grew in the rest of Russia and in Japan. Now, they are...

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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 entrées. 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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How to Make B-52 Toasted Marshmallow Shots: Labor Day
Aug24

How to Make B-52 Toasted Marshmallow Shots: Labor Day

If you want an adult treat for your Labor Day cookout, try these B-52 Marshmallow Shots! The kids can enjoy roasting their marshmallows, and the adults can spike theirs with a tasty, alcoholic treat. If you enjoy B-52s, then you’ll fall in love with these festive sweets filled with Kahlua, Bailey’s Irish Cream & Grand Marnier or Triple Sec. B-52 Toasted Marshmallow Shots: These shots are especially nice to look at when...

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