From Hating To Loving – Cauliflower

From Hating To Loving – Cauliflower

Cauliflower is a vegetable you either love or hate.  For most people there really is no in between with it.  But, can you go from hating something to loving it?  I know I did. A few weeks ago, I wrote about how I went from absolutely hating brussel sprouts, to actually loving them.  How did that happen?  I had them actually prepared properly.  Amazingly, anything can taste awful if it’s not prepared properly.  I had a duck breast many years ago and did not like it as I found it tough and hard to chew.  Fast forward to a few

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From Hating To Loving – Brussel Sprouts

There are some foods that if you asked me to eat up until five years ago, I would have responded with “no way in hell”.  Brussel sprouts would have been one of those foods. When people think of brussel sprouts, they probably get feelings of dread, fear, hatred and even nausea.  I think people can relate to me that when I was behaving badly as a kid, I was actually threatened with having to eat brussel sprouts.  It was for that very reason why I refused to ever eat them.  I thought they were disgusting and that no one actually

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Risotto and The Myths of It

Risotto is hands down of of my favourite dishes to order when I’m out or to make at home.  When people hear risotto, people automatically equate it with a few things that aren’t actually the case.  Well, today I address the myths behind making risotto. 1. It’s Difficult to Make and Takes Hours to Prepare This is probably the number one reason why people are often intimated and avoid making risotto.  The funny thing is that it is incredibly easy to make and takes maybe 30 minutes to prep and cook. Honestly, anyone can make risotto.  The biggest thing to

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