These brochettes look pretty spectacular and are ideal as a pre-dinner finger food served with a slice of baguette or cucumber. You'll need 16 8-inch wooden skewers for the brochettes. (Adapted from A Taste of Canada - A Culinary Journey by Rose Murray, Whitecap Books, 2008)
Who doesn't love a gifted treat? This homemade food gift is perfect for whipping up in small batches. Package up in one of our specialty Weckjars - and leave the jar with your host. While it's perfect accompaniment for a charcuterie board, you can use it as sandwich spread, in quesadillas or even stirred into soups!
After flicking through my Instagram one evening, I came across this simple recipe for these delectable looking tarts. Since we love anything "french onion" I decided to give them a try! They couldn't be any easier to prepare and oh so tasty! They would make a perfect Father's Day appetizer ahead of a great barbecue dinner. If you want to watch how easy it is to make these, check out @thenaughtyfork on Instagram for a quick visual "how-to".
Hosting a few friends this year? This year I am sharing two of my recipes from my original slow cooker cookbook "Canada's Best Slow Cooker Recipes" published back in 2001. They were both such hits over 20 years ago and are still a great choice for holiday entertaining.