Baked Potato, Ham & Cheese Frittata

It has been pretty hot here in Southern Ontario for the past couple of weeks, so for a quick and easy summer dinner I love making a frittata (basically a crustless quiche). What’s great about a frittata is that you add in leftovers to make an amazingly delicious meal. This time I had a leftover … Continue reading

Smitten Kitchen’s Perfect Potato Latkes

Hanukkah begins this weekend, and as a nod to my family’s heritage I like celebrate by cooking up a batch of classic potato latkes! In a hunt for a simple but delicious recipe I tested Smitten Kitchen’s last year and it is indeed perfect. No need to try any others! This recipe will yield you … Continue reading

Stuffed BBQ Sweet Potatoes

Just in time for the May long weekend may be one of my favourite bbq creations yet! These Stuffed BBQ Sweet Potatoes that I filled with sauteed onions, VG Meats amazing beef bacon and cheddar were off the charts. The filling is so great on its own but the added smokiness from the bbq just sends this recipe over … Continue reading

Breakfast Sweet Potato Hash with Eggs

When I saw this recipe pop up on Pinterest from Danielle Walker I knew I just had to try it! It is delicious, and perfect for a slow Sunday morning. The hubby loved it and his only feedback was he wanted more : ) I adapted the recipe slightly by adding onion, pre-cooking the potatoes, … Continue reading

The Best Slow-Cooker Beef Stew

My slow-cooker is a lifesaver (and wifesaver, and momsaver!) through the winter and this is my favourite and our family’s proclaimed best slow-cooker beef stew. The recipe is from one of my faves – The Looneyspoons Collection Cookbook by Janet and Great Podleski, and it is perfect – melt in your mouth beef, and chunks of … Continue reading

Breaded Pork Chops with Hash Brown Potatoes

Here is my latest Momstown Meals post on momstown.ca today as part of their Momstown Meals blog. My Breaded Pork Chops with Hash Brown Potatoes is a salute to Oktoberfest, and is another delicious traditional dinner that I learned from my Polish Grandma. To go to the recipe just link above on the recipe title or see below. Happy … Continue reading