This is one of those everything plus the kitchen sink kind of recipes. There is no right or wrong way to make this, I just used up whatever veggies were in the fridge to make a stir fry for the vegetarian at my house. If you make this recipe let me know I'm curious to see what you make for the vegetarian/vegans in your life.
What is it about the smell of hot bread coming out of the oven that warms the cockles of my heart? In my version of heaven, the streets wouldn't be paved with gold, but rather lined with rows and rows of fresh hot bread of all different types and flavours. This Sunday I'm sharing another one of my favourites with you all - Enjoy!
Grandma Ruby has 70 years of bread-making experience under her belt. She first taught me to make this basic white bread when I was only 10 years old. Her health has taken a turn for the worse, and it hurts because I can’t go to see her right now. So instead I bake – her favourite white bread.
I recently moved offices and in the base of my building there's a bistro that sells a Lentil Curry soup. I am obsessed with this soup, and at $6.59 a serving it's becoming a rather expensive obsession. This week I'm keeping my money in my pocket, and getting into the kitchen to recreate my obsession.
My nephew asked me to make these for him during a recent sleepover at our house. I made him Peanut Butter Nutella pancakes and while he was out playing in the snow, I whipped up a batch of these for his snack when he came back inside - yep! Best Auntie of the Year award goes to me.
Welcome to Olive & Ruby
Hi, I’m Rhonda! Welcome to my blog on cooking, baking and my life. I now live in the beautiful metropolis of Toronto, but spent the first 17 years of my life on the Caribbean island of Trinidad, where I met and fell in love with Olive & Ruby.