found on cbc's website. looks delicious, i can't wait to try it! this is simply a spectacular cake - moist and light with spiced pumpkin flavour and sweet bites of coconut and pineapple. in addition, it is a snap to make. it requires two nine-inch cake pans to make the layers, but the cake itself can be mixed together with a rubber spatula and bowl. if all the cake ingredients are pre-measured and the cake pans prepared, this can be a fun kitchen project to do with children, especially since it can be made ahead and frozen. prep time includes putting the cake in the fridge after baking to set the icing.
my very favorite way to eat canned salmon. it is so flavorful with lime and cilantro and a hint of spicy chipotle flavor all wrapped in a flour tortilla. i found this on a card in a magazine a while back (but i can't remember where).
slow-cooked pork hotpot which is a classic example of afro-carribean one pot cookery. the sort of meal i like - bung everything in the pan and see what happens! don't be put off by the length of the ingredients list, it is really dead simple to prepare. t
here's a great way to fix potatoes! kids go crazy for them! i sometimes fix my hubby and i one large potato to share. great thing is, i only eat 1 or 2 and leave the rest for him; that way i don't have as many fat calories. this recipe is from chef tom.
this is a rub to use on fish prior to grilling or smoking. recipe from steven raichlen's how to grill cookbook. he says feel free to use different kinds of sugars such as white, turbinado or maple sugar instead of brown. he also says you can add any ad
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