We’ve been following the Weight Watchers plan and making their 5 ingredient 3 point bagels on a few occasions and have enjoyed them very much. So we decided to give the bagel recipe a twist and turn it into a pizza crust. After mixing all the ingredients together, we kneaded it and added enough flour to keep it from sticking, which allow us to roll it out fairly flat. Once rolled out transfer to a parchment line sheet pan or pizza pan for cooking. Cook at 350ºF for approximately 22 minutes. Remove and add your toppings. This time around we went with shrimp pesto.
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Flavourful healthy dinner that is sure to please.
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The Kootenay Thai restaurant in Creston BC (Been closed for just over a year now) had a Thai Pineapple fried rice dish that my wife loved. So since it was her birthday yesterday, we decided to make her favorite dish. The combination of sweet and savory make this a great dish for everyone. If you like it more on the spicy side, add more Thai Chilli’s to the dish. I would keep the chilli’s to a medium in the dish and allow people to add more to their dish if they like it spicier.
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We have a Gala apple tree on our property in BC that produced a good crop of apples this year. With the coming frost it was time to harvest the crop before the frost damaged the apples or the squirrels ate them.
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Nothing like getting the grill fired up on the weekend and cooking a mouth watering meal the family raves about. Since we will be moving soon, we’ve been cleaning out the freezer. At the bottom I found 2 pork loins and it was time to get creative.
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While on a eating/walking tour of Rome a couple years back, we had a chance to sample some pastas at Il Pagliaccio. A restaurant built inside Monte Testaccio. Finer pasta you will never find. One that really stood out for us was a black pepper pasta. At the time they most likely told us what it was called, but as tourists we were more looking forward to eating and looking at the sites. Well fast forward and a craving started to build. So we did a little research and found it was called Cacio e Pepe. Roman Pepper Pasta. With this information in hand, it was time to get to cooking.
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