When I think of sushi, I very often think of raw fish or vegetarian rolls. And I’m not too far off: according to Wikipedia, sushi “is a food preparation originating in Japan, consisting of cooked vinegared rice combined with other ingredients such as raw seafood, vegetables and sometimes tropical fruits.” … More Pork belly & pineapple sushi
When I was a child, much of my summer holidays from the time I was six years old were spent at my grandma’s three-bedroom, one-bathroom trailer along with my four cousins and two siblings. Yes, friends, three bedrooms and one bathroom. You do the math. … More Bacon brownies and the joy of couponing
I was not Sam I Am. I would not eat them in a box, with a fox, in a house and certainly not with a mouse. Gross. I never made it to the end of the book because the illustrations made me nauseous. … More Green Eggs and Ham… and Cupcakes!
This braised pork shoulder recipe has high flavour for low cost. Pork shoulders are often overlooked cuts of meat but when cooked low and long (low temperature for a long time) the results are simply delicious. … More Braised Pork Shoulder
It’s time to Fiesta Like There’s No Mañana! This Slow Cooker Pork Carnita recipe is a perfect menu addition for Cinco de Mayo (May 5). Read below for some easy Cinco de Mayo party tips. … More Slow Cooker Pork Carnitas
We’re all familiar with family favourites like BBQ ribs, succulent pork chops, breakfast bacon and lean pork tenderloin, but don’t overlook your butcher’s other tasty cuts. With the dollar losing value and grocery bills steadily rising, we are all about finding inexpensive and creative ways to put pork on your fork. … More All Parts of the Pig!
Nowadays, taste and nutrient content are just two of many factors that play into the hundreds of food choices we make every day. In this era of change, consumers are growing more concerned with the complex pathway food takes before it reaches our dinner table. … More An Era of Change and Responsibility