Posts tagged how-to
How to: Make Ghee

Ghee, also known as clarified butter or even "Liquid Gold," is basically butter made better. It is an amazing cooking fat that should be a staple in your home.While you could simply use butter all the time, here are 3 reasons why you might want to take the extra time to make ghee: It can be used for higher temperature cooking than butter (and most other fats and oils.) People who are allergic to dairy can often tolerate ghee. It tastes amazing.

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How to: Freeze Blueberries

Confession time: I am still an amateur when it comes to preserving the bountiful harvests of the summer months. But I do kind of have an excuse... every summer for the last 5 years I have either been quite pregnant or had a baby.To the women out there who plant, harvest and preserve a wonderful array of fruits and vegetables every summer despite having a baby attached to them: YOU ARE AMAZING. Give yourself a well-deserved pat on the back (or a glass of wine.)

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How to: Cook Spaghetti Squash

I'll admit it. I do miss pasta sometimes! The Italian in me just can't help it!Plus, nothing says comfort to me more than a large plate of my mom's homemade spaghetti sauce on top of perfectly al dente conchiglie (shell) pasta. Those little shells just fill up with yummy saucy goodness, don't they?! Ok, now I'm drooling. That's not good. But there's good news! There are wonderful options out there for those of us who are grain-free. One of my favourite options is spaghetti squash. Spaghetti squash makes a nice base for my yummy Chicken Bacon Alfredo or any of my homemade tomato-based sauces.

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