Chocolate Banana Cake

This was a chocolate banana cake recipe that I kept almost two years ago from a blog I used to enjoy reading, all about camp fire cooking. It somehow got lost amongst the… Continue reading

Tuna Melt Sandwich

A tuna melt sandwich, perfect for when a quick lunch is needed, but you want something more than a plain sandwich.  I make lunch for Allan every day when he comes home from… Continue reading

Caramelised Baked Chicken

This caramelised baked chicken has just the right touch of sweetness and is always a crowd pleaser. Caramelised Baked Chicken 3 pounds Chicken drumsticks 1 cup Honey 2 tbsp Ketchup 2 tbsp olive… Continue reading

Hawaiian Ham Slices

A really great way to cook ham on the barbecue, or on the stove when it isn’t barbecue weather.  Simple with a great marinade and sweet pineapple slices. Hawaiian Ham Slices 1 lg.… Continue reading

Vegetarian “Meat” Loaf

The name becomes sort of redundant when you make a vegetarian version of meatloaf… but it tastes great! I added a dab of barbecue sauce about ten minutes before the end of baking.… Continue reading

Slow Cooker Sweet and Sour Chicken

This is a really simple, fast preparation for chicken legs/pieces/breasts to cook in a sweet and sour sauce in the slow cooker.  Everything is combined in the slow cooker and then allowed to… Continue reading

Simple Chicken Legs

This is hardly an exotic preparation for chicken legs but at times you need something really simple, that always tastes great. Simple Chicken Legs chicken legs olive oil salt and pepper (to taste)… Continue reading

Perfectly perfect Strawberry Sauce

If you are into healthy eating, on a diet or just don’t want to be tempted to have to dash straight to your stove stop reading now. Seriously. This sauce is perfect, wonderful,… Continue reading

Cultural Week June 2013 Bearskin Lake, Ontario


Sticky Slow Cooker Chicken Legs

These chicken legs were so simple that, of course, I messed up. It helps to turn the slow cooker on… I remembered in time, so all was okay.  But seriously, forgetting to turn the… Continue reading