This took me a while. Sarah from Flour and Spice very graciously named me as one of her 11 Liebster blogs about two weeks ago and I kind of sat on it for a while. But now I will keep the Liebster love moving forward! The Liebster award is about showing love to other blogs that […]
Sandra Spee is the Kitchener’s mom, his Young Assistants’ Oma, and a great cook! She has cooked real food for as long as the Kitchener can remember and always makes use of whatever is growing in the huge garden that she and her husband/Opa have next to their home. She lives in Olympia, WA and […]
Chatelaine Magazine has a new weekly contest called “Cooking Club” in which they post a recipe and people make it and then share their pics of the finished product. I am very glad I participated this week because the cookies are AMAZING. Madame, two of her colleagues, and my friends next door all agreed! […]
Totally amazing video of One Year in the Garden. This video definitely conveys what we know is happening and can feel but are unable to actually see with our own eyes!
We celebrated our real Easter meal with family Saturday evening and it was a big production featuring Mediterranean foods. It was a feast – and much of the afternoon was spent in the kitchen and around the grill. It featured hummus, Tzatziki, walnut dip, tabouleh, Greek salad, chickpea-cucumber salad, whole wheat pita bread, feta, grapes, […]
This is my first attempt at fusion. It mostly happened because I felt like I wanted to have tacos with some of the leftover chicken but also wanted a cucumber salad for a side (Ontario has great greenhouse cukes through the winter). Thus the cucumber became Tzatziki and the black beans became Black Bean Hummus. […]
Why am I a Kitchener? Because I can’t call myself a cook and yet much of my favorite times in the day are spent in the kitchen. It is there that I can find some peace and time to think and also where my wonderful daily meals are created. I mostly use recipes although I don’t […]