These savoury waffles are a result of me not finding any waffle recipes online that suited my fancy. I’ve made them 3 times with the recipe as it is now, and they are REALLY good and really easy. Loaded with spinach and feta cheese, these waffles are fluffy and melty on the inside and crispy and salty on the outside. These are good enough to eat on their own, no toppings required. They really are a ten out of ten.Read More
I remember trying many corn muffin recipes when I was younger, but I had issues with the batter kind of separating and not coming together. Some recipes instructed me to let the cornmeal sit in the milk for awhile to absorb it, but it never really worked that well. These jalapeno corn muffins come out perfect every time.Read More
Buckwheat is a totally under appreciated starchy staple. It’s versatile, it’s tasty, (especially when it’s roasted) and it’s really easy to work with. Buckwheat Crepes are a great for home cooks to have on hand. Make a batch to keep in the fridge for a few days, and fill them with sweet or savoury fillings to suit your mood.Read More
The Dutch Baby pancake is a few steps away from your average pancake, in that it’s basically a giant popover. Similar to a Yorkshire pudding, usually (but not always) made sweet, baked in a cast iron pan with melted butter, and eaten for breakfast. It might just be your new favourite weekend breakfast.Read More
There are a lot of dry hockey pucks out there in the coffee shop world. But, with a bit of know-how, a solid recipe, and a good cup of tea (or coffee, or whisky), a scone can be an absolutely perfect treat.
This is the recipe and method for the best scones I know!Read More