Coconut Chai Cake

When we were very young, our parents would take us exploring in our cabin cruiser, “The Hurricane” up through Howe Sound, and further up along the Sunshine Coast towards Texada Island. While I never remember staying overnight on the boat, we did do some very long day trips. We’d sit in a line along the…

Snickerdoodles GF

A longtime family favourite for many, the simple Snickerdoodle still pleases. In this version I’ve used a cup-for-cup Gluten Free flour to accommodate the group I was baking for. The dough is slightly different from one made with wheat flour, but is absolutely acceptable. Perfect with a cup of tea on a day when summer…

Cranberry Oatmeal Muffins

When our dear neighbour died many years ago, his daughters asked us to have a look and see if there was anything in the barn that we would be able to use. They’d rather us have it to use on our adjacent property, than selling it in bits and pieces to others. Our cows had…

Ginger Bars

These little bars are packed full of ginger & spice, and are lovely with a cup of tea in the afternoon. The bars are cut fairly small, a 9 x 9 pan making 24. They are quick to make, and keep well for several days in an airtight container, and freeze beautifully.

Chicken with Milk, Sage & Lemon (Jamie Oliver)

Jamie Oliver’s chicken cooked with milk, sage & lemon, seemed to be calling out to me. Whether it was in the form of a random review, or best 10 lists, finally I decided to try it. The simplicity of Jamie Oliver’s recipes always appeal to me, as he has an amazing knack for taking the…