Archive | July, 2013

Lobster bisque

I am never one to pass up the opportunity to make a fragrant broth from scraps of things. If I roast a chicken, I make stock from the bones. If I make beef ribs, guess what? Beef stock, from the bones. And if I make anything from fresh lobster, you bet I’m going to make […]

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New England style lobster rolls

I love lobster. Love love love it! But who doesn’t, really? Actually, Cheesler is not a big lobster guy, but he will eat it if it’s in front of him. Eastern Canada has an abundant lobster industry. Lobster season is typically June, July and August. This year I decided I would endeavor to get fresh, […]

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Deep fried mac n’ cheese balls

I know, I know. I am a bad bad girl and I did a bad bad thing. Mac n’ cheese is not the most health conscious meal in the first place. But to bread it, then deep fry it? Please. Wilford Brimley would like to talk to me about diabeetus. Although my brain hung its […]

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Fun with fireworks

Canada Day is always full of patriotic good times. And the pinnacle, in Southern Ontario, at least, is the town fireworks display. Acton has a fantastic fireworks show. I believe even the smallest towns in Ontario like to go all out for the first of July. And what better way than a 30 minute choreographed […]

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