Thanksgiving Leftover Wraps

I hope everyone had a lovely Thanksgiving weekend and isn’t quite sick of turkey yet! I love my traditional Thanksgiving dinners but after one day of leftovers I am ready for something lighter and easy to pack for lunch. This delicious wrap lightens things up with a whole wheat wrap and a bed of shredded … Continue reading

Salami & Rye Panini

Well how is everyone doing this back-to-school week? I am especially talking to all you mom’s everywhere! I know I am feeling some relief in being back to the regular routine. I can tell you that after a fun-filled summer with my darling daughters, I have been enjoying the past two days at home alone … Continue reading

Curried Chicken Salad Wraps

I guess I have been in the mood for chicken lately because I am following up Friday’s Broccoli Chicken Casserole with another great chicken recipe, and one I have been making for quite a few years now! This delicious, light and slightly spicy curried chicken salad is satisfying and filling but full of healthy and … Continue reading

Steak Salad

One of our stand-by dinners for my husband and I is steak salad night. I buy a really nice top quality grilling steak, a package of mixed baby greens, and a fresh baguette. The warm thinly sliced steak pairs perfect with the fresh salad dressed with olive oil and balsamic glaze. For us it doesn’t … Continue reading

Melon and Prosciutto Salad

During the hot summer weather I love abandoning the stove, and having a delicious and refreshing salad for dinner, and this is one of my favourites that I have been making for years!  I really love the delicious combination of cantaloupe wrapped with prosciutto, so with that as my inspiration I decided to make it … Continue reading

Canada Day Strawberry and Feta Salad

In the spirit of Canada Day we enjoyed a festive strawberry and feta salad along side our grilled chicken. I was inspired a few years ago by the Williams Coffee Pub version and re-created the salad at home. I prepare it as a composed salad on a plate. I don’t measure, so just make as … Continue reading