Strawberry Rhubarb Crumble with Almond Flour Filling

Strawberry Rhubarb Crumble with Almond F...

Since the new crop of rhubarb is coming in, and strawberries. I’ve really had a taste for a crumble but wanted a recipe that was gluten free. I used almond flour. Strawberry Rhubarb Crumble with Almond Flour Filling: 3 cups rhubarb, finely chopped, fresh or thawed 3 cups strawberries, mashed 1 cup demerara raw sugar 2 tbs cornstarch 1 tsp real almond extract Crumble: 1 cup almond meal 1/2 cup gluten-free baking mix [health-food isle] 1/2 cup natural coconut flakes 1/4 cup field honey 1/2 cup unsalted butter 1/2 tsp  fresh...
Ruby Grapefruit and Golden Beet Salad

Ruby Grapefruit and Golden Beet Salad

Hazlemere Farms supplied me with such delicious salad fix in’s. So many salads for me to find the right dressing for. This golden  yellow beet salad sure tastes good. The grapefruit makes this salad rock! You will need; 4 organic heirloom gold or orange Beets 1lb of assorted heirloom tomatoes, sliced 1 medium shallots sliced into rounds and pickled [soak for 2 hr in 1/2 cup vinegar, 4 tbs salt & 2 tbs sugar] 1 ruby red grapefruit slices, peeled 1/4 cup of sheep feta cheese, crumbled ½ cup handful of kalamata olives, pitted & sliced ½  handful of fresh...
Spit Roasted BBQ Pig

Spit Roasted BBQ Pig

Spit Roasted BBQ Pig When you lift the lid up on the old BBQ and it reveals food porn like this spit roasted pig that is just about done. I wait to hear the oooh’s and aaah’s! You catch sight of the beast with crispy char marked skin and then the aroma essence  hits your flavour buds and you start to imagine the taste with heathanistic antispation! Stuffed with apple butter and some whole granny smith apples along with seasoned chicken thighs. A final blast of heat to get some mouthwatering pork crackling for us die hard foodies. Pass the...
Coffee Crumb Cake with Rhubarb

Coffee Crumb Cake with Rhubarb

            Coffee Crumb Cake with Rhubarb Some mornings especially when it’s cold and damp outside a little sweet pick me up is needed instead of the regimented yogurt, fruit and grains. Hey you got to live it up once and a while. My dad first got this recipe from a baker who worked in New York that he became acquainted with. Before I was born my father was working for the Recommended by Duncan Hines seal Hotels in the early 40’s at the Royal York, the Royal Connaught and the Iroquois. These old stellar hotels had many chefs working all...
Pennsylvanian Dutch Pig Tails

Pennsylvanian Dutch Pig Tails

                                    Take 18 large tails about 10 inches long showing some of the bone cartridge, white fat and meat. A good butcher will be able to get pig tails with some advance notice or try a large farmers market. Ask for large premium quality. To prepare; In a large roast pan line the bottom with a layer of cooking onions. Season with some garlic powder sea salt and pepper. Lay the pig tails over the onions and add more seasoning coating the tails well. Roast...