- Just in time for planting your vegetable garden, come out to hear some interesting facts about some of those vegetables you might like to plant when the weather permits. Hear some hints there, but also some fun facts about these plants and their harvest during the year. I’ll be talking about the vegetables growing, but also some neat recipes for them!
On September 10th I will be appearing at Relish Cooking Studio in Waterloo to help Donna-Marie whip up some fall dishes that are just right for entertaining: Radish and Smoked Salmon Spread, Roasted Eggplant Soup with Mascarpone Swirl, Curried Harvest Vegetables with Lentils and Zucchini Almond Cake, all from my new A-Z Vegetable Cookbook.
For more details, check out http://www.relishcookingstudio.com/event-registration/?regevent_action=register&event_id=731
Then on Friday, October 2, I will be appearing with Elizabeth Baird at The Creative Cook in Bracebridge, Ontario. At 2:30 we will demonstrate a selection of memorable starters and finales that are both easy to make and impressive to serve and at 4:00 we will lead a hands-on class of ten to create other make-ahead appetizers…all just in time for great fall entertaining.
For more details on these classes, check out http://www.canadascottagecountry.ca
Tomorrow, June 24th, I’ll be making an interesting smoked salmon spread from my new A-Z Vegetable Cookbook. The book is a revised and updated edition of one I had published in 1983. There are 100 new recipes and a couple of new chapters, one of which is Radishes. In each chapter I discuss choosing, storing, preparing and cooking. In Radishes, you will learn interesting history about the vegetable and perhaps new facts such as how delicious radishes are cooked as in the recipe Hot Buttered Radishes.
Tomorrow, June 17th, I’ll be talking about vegetables and featuring 2 recipes from my recently released A-Z Vegetable Cookbook. Check out my recipe page for Cream of Asparagus Soup and Asparagus in Lemon-Mustard Sauce.
Just in time for all that local produce starting to appear in gardens, farmers’ markets and even grocery stores….a new vegetable cookbook. I’m very excited about the way my revised vegetable cookbook looks. Formac Publishing did a fabulous job of bringing my 1983 vegetable book into this century. They left the beautiful illustrations that I love so much, but added a bit of colour to the pages in the titles and hints. I have left in all the history, choosing, storing and general cooking information for each vegetable, but have added even more information as well as some vegetables I didn’t feature last time. In addition, I took out a few recipes that seemed no longer relevant, but left in some classic favourites and added 100 new recipes, especially more ethnic ones, that will have great current appeal. As well, there is a whole chapter devoted to Vegetarian Main Dishes…enough for several weeks of Meatless Mondays!
There is a good index, but because it’s an A–Z Vegetable Cookbook, you can easily leaf through to find the vegetable you just picked and a recipe to capture its goodness.
Tomorrow I’ll make an uncooked cranberry relish on Kitchener’s CTV Noon News. It is a recipe I include in one of my menus in Rose Murray’s Canadian Christmas Cooking. Check out Tangy Cranberry Relish on my Recipe Page.
The Rogers Daytime host just called to say the taping was cancelled for today. We’ll pick a date some time in November for me to cook up a quick and easy dish. In the meantime, enjoy the Black Bean and Chicken Soup on my recipe page.