Barrique Kitchen Offers Well Rehearsed Flavours!

Barrique Kitchen Offers Well Rehearsed F...

Barrique Kitchen Offers Well Rehearsed Flavours! The fourth visit back at the Barrique Kitchen & Wine Bar at the 5 Corners here in White Rock. We were promptly seated and were waiting for our friends to arrive had time for tasty cocktails with house castelvetrano olive bowl along with some delicious white bean dip. Our friends arrived and we shared the foie gras toast and truffle tots which set the stage for more.  Duck A L’Orange was still on the menu and I suggested that to my friend. A most pleasing meal that was the perfect portion and balance of flavours....
Pig Tails thekitchenman Way.

Pig Tails thekitchenman Way.

Pig Tails thekitchenman way from scratch. To some these pig tails are a culinary masterpiece and would  Appetite, craving for food, is a constant and powerful stimulator of the gastric glands Ivan Pavlov from just looking. Others, probably would be hiding their utter disbelieve that some would actually eat one. Hey, I put the sewer in connoisseur and am proud of it. I am thekitchenman.           The question is, could you eat the rear end of a pig? If you answered no! Than I suggest you leave the page now. On the other hand if you answered why...
Heirloom Tomatoes from Baker Breeze Farms

Heirloom Tomatoes from Baker Breeze Farm...

        Heirloom Tomatoes from Baker Breeze Farms. The warm sunny spring weather has jump started the green house grown heirloom tomatoes this year. Looking forward to put-up a good crop of some salsa, ketchup, pizza and pasta sauces. Old strain seeds and grown in in perfect tomato conditions. The Baker Breeze Garlic and fresh Basil is ready to be part of my next recipe. Let the bounty begin.
Wild Leek Pesto Penne

Wild Leek Pesto Penne

Ramp up your Pasta or Salads. This culinary wild leek is making good dishes taste better. It’s what all the top chefs are twittering about. I will check out some sources as I travel to the northern regions of Vancouver island. I just talked to a friend grower who is going through the stages of a long wet winter. Start up is ongoing. have seen it here from the west coast but very limited supply. I will check out some sources as I travel to the northern reguions of Vancouver island. Because of its short supply and high demand, this flavourful ingredient has sky...
Springy Flower Salad

Springy Flower Salad

Springy Flower Salad. Back when I was learning about the many edible and medicinal herbs and flowers with Rachel MacLeod at the Kiln Farm. I was being shown all the varieties which we would pick as they were growing and then turn into the salad of the day. It was a lot of fun and very neat as each week I would be introduced to a new flavour. Chocolate Curry Flower, Opal Basil, Dandelions and Clover. Nothing makes a food plate jump out at you more then one presented with some eye dazzling edible flowers. I like lavender, thyme, dill, cilantro, day lily, zucchini squash...