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Saturday, 17 December 2016

Gingerbread Cookies for kids of all ages!

Decorating gingerbread men & ladies is a family tradition and kids of all ages have fun decorating their special cookies. For the recipe of these cookies please click here to go to my link on this blog. Merry Christmas everyone!











Friday, 16 December 2016

It's gingerbread time again!

 This recipe is simply the best for your gingerbread cookies this season. Each 4 cup flour recipe makes approximately 34 gingerbread cookies. You don't need fancy equipment but a hand mixer  helps with the creaming of the butter, sugar and molasses.  Enjoy and Merry Christmas. For a complete recipe of 'The Best Gingerbread Ever' please click here to follow the link.









dry ingredients with the ginger, cinnamon, allspice & cloves



Monday, 12 December 2016

Sunday, 20 November 2016

Chili Beef Vegetable Soup for a Chilly Fall Night

Recipe By: Miriam Borys Busby


Yield:  large pot of soup for 6 

Ingredients:

4 tbsp. olive oil 
1 large onion
2 garlic gloves - large
2 cups leeks - washed and diced 
2 cups celery
1 zucchini
1 1/2 cups cauliflower (save to the very end when the soup is cooked) 
2 cups beef (I have used an inexpensive steak which works well in this recipe)
1 tbsp. beef stock concentrate (I am using 'better than bouillion beef base'
2 tbsp. chilli  paste ( I use Harissa but any tomato chili paste will work)
2 tbsp. chili powder
8 cups beef stock from beef bones (if not available use store bought beef broth 
pepper to taste (there is lots of salt in the beef concentrate so taste first, then salt.

Directions:

Add oil to your soup pot and heat up the pan first.
Cut beef into small cubes and then sauté in the hot oil until the redness disappears.
Next, sauté garlic, onions, celery & leeks with the beef until the onions are transparent.
Add zucchini and continue to sauté for a few minutes.
Add tomato paste, chilli powder and beef stock concentrate.  Stir well to mix and continue to sauté for 4 minutes.
Add beef stock and allow to come up to the boil.
Once boiled reduce heat and simmer on medium for 15 minutes.
Serve hot.

Miriam's Time Saving Tip♥ I like my beef chunks small and beef is hard to cut into small chunks when fresh. So I freeze the meat first and then 1/2 thaw as it is so much easier to cut up beef if it is semi-thawed. 





Miriam's FOODSAFE Tips: always store leftover soup in the fridge as soon as it has cooled down enough. Never leave leftovers cooling out of the fridge for more than 2 hours as this will encourage those pathogenic microbes to grow and could cause foodborne illness. 🍲











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Tuesday, 15 November 2016

1200+ cookies made today by Ace-It students at Burnaby Central

Brandon is working the shortbread
Chef Wade's students are busy with catering. We had alot of fun making approx. 1200 cookies for catering and the students are delightful.
Fun to be back in my old school helping out.
Chef's program is a course for grade 11's and 12's and these students receive high school credits while also completing Professional Cook "C of Q - Level 1"


to-die-for Chocolava Cookies...  perfect batch by Patrick



chocolava cookies


Tanisha and Justin are making my delicious oatmeal coconut chocolate chip cookies - 600 in total



Jovan is really getting into the dough



My sister Monica is having fun with the students making tons of cookies

Ms Fernandez and Chu




Tanisha measures out the coconut for the cookies
Brittany is finishing off her biscotti 

great job on the sugar cookies Diana 
Kyle is getting the trays of cookies ready to bake



Monica, my sister and Tanisha are scooping the last of the 600 oatmeal coconut chocolate chip cookies

Monday, 14 November 2016

The Oh She Glows Cookbook: Vegan Recipes To Glow From The Inside Out

The Cookbook author Angela Liddon is truly an inspiration and her lasagna recipe is delicious. My daughter Alexandra cooked this rice pasta dish for a family dinner (yes including meat eaters) and it was a big hit.  Please follow this link to my YouTube video of Alexandra preparing this amazing dish.  Yummeee   is all I can say.
For a complete recipe of this vegan lasagna please go to Angela's link when you click here.