Scallops Maple Bacon Wraps.

Scallops Maple Bacon Wraps.

Scallops Maple Bacon Wraps. The west coast scallops are the perfect size to wrap with. Prosciutto Ham, Bacon and Peaches, Kimchee and Kelp or the family fav, Maple Bacon. Using the double pointed picks a 4 inch slice of double smoked artisan bacon makes for a natural crispy bacon flavour wrap injecting its au jus into the baking scallops. Prosciutto Fig Scallop. Scallops Artichokes Mushrooms and Chevre. Pineapple, Fig Scallop. I would bake them at 450 degrees for about 7/10 minutes and then when ready to serve, give them a quick blast of broiler or toaster oven. A small...
Coconut Beer Shrimp

Coconut Beer Shrimp

  O man the famous in season north waters prawns are now showing up at the docks and markets. I look forward to getting this premium quality shrimp that disappear as fast as they are caught. Usually shipped off to Dubai and Japan. But this year the trade economy is weak and the number #1 fancy seafood which is sold abroad for mucho more dollars. Demand is low and the catch this season is abundant. I managed to talk a fisherman into giving me a kilo for 25 bucks in the pouring rain down at the Grandville Docks. Nothing starts a back yard get together talking about...
I always like to know, what’s cooking and who is cooking it!

I always like to know, what’s cook...

When I travel and stay at a resort or hotel, I always like to know, what’s cooking and who is cooking it! Breakfast is usually the first meal that will tell you if the kitchen is up to snuff. A good selection of choices made to order or served gratis buffet style.         Lunch you get to try the freshness of the produce and how inventive the pantry section is. I like a salad that packs a lot of interesting flavours and textures. This Crispy Flying Fish garden delight tells me that the cook, is a good one. Finally, dinner and you get to try the...
Brunch Grilled Veggies Benny

Brunch Grilled Veggies Benny

A nice start to the day. A Grilled Veggies Benny. Eggs right from the hen house. Hollandaise sauce made with olive oil, an organic wood fired muffin topped off with a party of some mighty tasty fruit. The day is to short without starting with some good fuel.
Hot Cross Bunny’s

Hot Cross Bunny’s

What do you get when you pour some hot water down a rabbit hole? You get Hot Cross Bunny’s. My dad always used to say that at Easter time and it is fast approaching. One of my favourite treats for this holiday are the scrumptious lite and tasty Hot Cross Buns. They make a nice side, buttered with a good cup of tea…. I have added lots of different dried fruits with this retro recipe. They all taste great. This recipe is simple to do and if you have no mixer can be done in a bowl by hand like the old days. Enjoy the satisfaction and the smiles you will get when you...