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Raid your spice cupboard and quickly stir up this flavourful homemade chili powder. Ten ingredients that make a rich and complex mix. You won’t want to buy the commercially-made stuff again. (Skip straight to recipe) Chili powder seems to be … Continue reading
Stir together your own mix of spicy Jamaican Jerk Seasoning and you’ll add Island flair and flavours to chicken or pork for summer barbecues. This blog has been quiet the last couple weeks because I’ve been on a tropical holiday. … Continue reading
Whip up a pumpkin slab pie in minutes. Just press the nutty pastry dough into the pan, fill with creamy pumpkin filling and bake. No messy rolling of dough, but all the delicious spicy flavour of traditional pie. You don’t … Continue reading
Whip up Gingerbread Dough Boy smoothies for a delicious, satisfying breakfast in a glass – full of the goodness of oats, nut milk, and the sweetness of dates and spices. It’s like a big glass of drinkable oatmeal and gingerbread … Continue reading
These grilled mushrooms are so simple and so surprisingly juicy and tasty I just had to share them quickly with you. We are in the midst of a flurry of packing and repacking and organizing and list-making and loading and … Continue reading
Spicy Roasted Chickpeas – high fiber and nutritious little beans that will satisfy a salty, crunchy craving and stave off hunger. Eat them as a snack, sprinkle them on a salad or garnish any kind of creamy soup! Yup, winter’s … Continue reading
Make up a batch or two of rich and spicy chai tea syrup – one for you and one to give away as holiday or hostess gifts. Take a sip and feel the cares slip away. Yes, the holiday fever has … Continue reading
What dessert evokes fall more than pumpkin pie? The warm cinnamon-scented vapors curling enticingly around our noses as grandma opens the oven door, the luscious spicy creaminess topped with a cloud of whipped cream as we take a forkful … Continue reading