I wanted to talk about how when I make a meal that requires more preparation, and it turns out good! I recently made some soup, based on a soup I remember fondly from childhood (tomato soup, cabbage, potato, onion, kind of similar to a "borscht" but not the one with beets, just a cabbage tomato … Continue reading Home cooking: So satisfying (when it turns out)
Cottage Cheese Perogies - The recipe I used is from my favourite Mennonite recipe blog "Mennonite Girls Can Cook" Click here for the recipe. I got inspired to make this recipe while at Safeway earlier this week, and saw "dry cottage cheese curds" on the shelf in the refrigerated section, near the cheese and margarine/butter, … Continue reading Mennonite Cooking: Cottage Cheese Perogies
Soft White Peppermint Cookies Hey!! Yesterday I made these delicious cookies. I used a recipe from Mennonite Girls Can Cook, the best go-to website for Mennonite recipes (as well as other recipes, but I mainly use it for the Mennonite specific recipes). The recipe can be found here. The one awesome thing about this recipe … Continue reading Mennonite Baking: Soft White Peppermint Cookies
So... a few days ago I made this delicious dessert. Really this is NOT a health post. This recipe is way further on the "comfort food" and not so much healthy food. However, I wanted to blog about it. Why? Because it has some special connection to me to be able to make this dessert. … Continue reading Mennonite Baking: (lazy) Napolean Torte!
So, I feel as if I have a very mixed food culture and ethnicity. I was born and raised in Canada, so it's no surprise really as Canada has very mixed ethnicity, and I have been exposed to many different types of foods. I think this is probably very common in most of the world … Continue reading My food culture and ethnicity
Hello, today I wanted to talk about my personal food identity, how it relates to my past experiences, my present experiences and the knowledge I have collected as well as my knowledge, and personal preference. I am a vegetarian, I like to eat healthy, but I also like meals that are satisfying, foods that nourish … Continue reading My food identity
It's Easter weekend, and what better food to talk about than paska! It's a Mennonite Easter bread that I have fond memories of growing up. And, lucky me, I was able to get out to see my parents, my mom made paska which I enjoyed some of, and also I went to my aunt's and … Continue reading Mennonite Baking: Paska Easter Bread