Tag: cabin cooking

In the Kitchen

Cabin Cooking; Brussel Sprouts

We took a trip to the cabin and we cooked the kids favourite vegetable – Brussel sprouts. Yep, my kids love Brussel sprouts. Perhaps that is because of the way we cook them. Have a look and see what you think – Please follow and like us:

In the Kitchen

Chicken Cordon Bleu from Farm Town Meats

We took a quick family trip to the cabin a couple of weeks ago and of course before we left I took my kids over to Farm Town Meats in Burnaby to let them choose the meat entree that we would cook for the weekend. They surprised me by choosing Chicken Cordon Bleu (which doesn’t […]

In the Kitchen

Cabin Cooking; Ribeye Steak and VEGGIES!!

Cabin Cooking – pictures are worth a 1000 words right? Well here are a few thousand words!! Let me just say, thus steak from Meatcraft Urban Butchery was awesome. And the veggies from the Desert Hills Ranch in Ashcroft…wonderfully fresh and full of flavour. I started with a beauty of a ribeye steak from Meat […]

In the Kitchen

Cabin-Cooking; Bone-in Prime Rib Steak

On the long weekend just passed, I decided to head out of town to the cabin. As well as making bread at the cabin, I also needed something substantial for my dinner so of course I visited Meat Craft, my local butcher in Port Moody. Greg the Butcher set me up with a beauty of […]

In the Kitchen

Cabin Cooking; the Bread Making EditionĀ 

Family Day is the newest stat holiday in BC so I did my usual routine and got out of the city. I headed up the Fraser Canyon to the cabin. And as I usually do at the cabin, I got into experimenting in the kitchen. Seeing as I had one of my daughters with me […]

In the Kitchen

Cabin Cooking; Brussel Sprouts

This week I took a quick trip to the cabin and as usual, I took the opportunity to cook a dinner of the foods that I enjoy – including brussel sprouts – without worrying whether the kids would eat it or not. To start, I did my broiler-brussel sprouts. After cleaning them up, I sliced […]

In the Kitchen

Cabin Cooking; the Porterhouse Steak

I snuck out of town to my cabin again, this time to measure the cabin roof and prep it for a replacement. And of course a trip to the cabin means I’m going to cook meat. As usual, I headed down to see my local butcher – Greg the Butcher at Meatcraft Urban Butchery in […]

In the Kitchen

A Blue Goose Organic Ribeye Steak

Before I head out of town I like to stop in and see Greg the Butcher at Port Moody’s Meatcraft Urban Butchery for advice on what quality piece of beef I should take and cook at my cabin. Before I left for my most recent trip out of town, Greg connected me with a beauty […]

In the Kitchen

Cabin Cooking; Bread Making

On my most recent trip to my cabin, on what turned out to be the hottest day of the year so far, I decided to bake bread. I have been reading and learning about making bread and decided to put my learning into action – on the hottest day of the year. The bread that […]