My Latest Recipes 7
  • Penuche from freshfoodie in Ottawa, CA.
    If you like vanilla fudge this will be a treat! Transcribed from Anne Willan's excellent "La Varenne Pratique" cookbook....
  • Glotsch from freshfoodie in Ottawa, CA.
    This is a Swiss take on the semolina halva that is popular in Middle Eastern countries. My mom says it's called "Griesskoepfc...
  • Swiss Brown Potato Soup from freshfoodie in Ottawa, CA.
    For me this is the ultimate comfort food! Incredible depth of flavor and a phenomenal way to eat brussels sprouts, even if you don...
  • Oat Crisps from freshfoodie in Ottawa, CA.
    Very thin crispy oatmeal cookies that turn out more like a delicious candy than a traditional cookie....
  • Birchermuesli from freshfoodie in Ottawa, CA.
    Birchermuesli is the original Swiss "Muesli" (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Birchermuesli). Very healthy and eaten for breakfast or...
  • Classic Peanut Butter Cookies from freshfoodie in Ottawa, CA.
    These cookies are crisp on the outside and chewy on the inside. The flavor is a perfect balance of peanut and butter. Like store-b...
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  • dooley 5 years ago about Best Cheesecake Ever
    Meant to tell you last time I made this, this cheesecake is thru the roof good! It just ain't right! Absolutley delicious! Fixin to make it again tommorrow for the family. Deserves way more than a 5!
    Thanks for the recipe!! Dooley
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  • hunnee 6 years ago about Swiss Brown Potato Soup
    yum, I love spuds especially in soup.
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  • leonora5 6 years ago about Best Cheesecake Ever
    Just what I've been looking for. Gorgeous!
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  • greekgirrrl 6 years ago about Best Cheesecake Ever
    Big fan......
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  • keni 6 years ago about Oat Crisps
    Honey, oats and coconut? Yup, this is goin' in my "to try" file...I rarely eat cookies, but I'd have a few of these, no doubt. I'll use butterscotch or cinnamon chips, though, instead of chocolate if you don't mind. ;)
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  • keni 6 years ago
    Well, thank you...both for the invite and the compliment...my sense of humor gets me in trouble sometimes, but I reckoned if anyone'd appreciate that comment, he would...nice to see someone else, did, too! ;)
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  • blueeyes68ky 6 years ago
    Thanks for accepting my cooking friend invite and welcome.
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  • thegoldminer 6 years ago
    Howdy, glad to have you as a foodie friend. Hope you enjoy some of my treats and maybe my cheese cake! Best, JJ.
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  • auntybea 6 years ago
    Hello fellow Canuck! Welcome to the site!
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  • cookinggood 6 years ago
    Thanks for the comments on the Grilled Salmon. It is hard to beat! I never cook it on the stove anymore. From your "About Me" it sounds like you have lots of recipes to share. I can't wait to see more.
    Ferri
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