Mum’s Vindaloo

For this blog I was asked to do an extensive research on Pork. I chose pork because it is a very popular and versatile meat. Most of the pork comes from choice butcher hogs that are about six months old at the age of slaughter. The entire dressed hog carcass weighs about 75 kilograms (165 pounds).It…

All Things Raspberry!

Hey dear readers, I hope everyone has enjoyed their Canada Day long weekend! It’s been so long since I last wrote a blog. And here I am today, back at my blog. My Canada Day weekend was amazing!! I attended the Blue Jays game on Canada Day and saw the massive celebration at the Rogers…

My Rendition of my Grandmother’s Classic Beetroot Soup

Well, hello there! I hope you all have had an amazing weekend; I on the other hand spent my weekend working on my grandmother’s classic beetroot soup. My grandmother has always been fond of beetroots; one could say she loved her beets to bits. She would often tell my brother and me, “Eat your beetroots well,…

Nutrition

Oh! Look, that’s me right there. I totally missed out on introducing myself, my name is Michelle Anne Chea and that’s a picture of me! I’ve been born and brought up in India, in a beautiful City called the “City Of Joy”, also known as Kolkata. This is my first time in Canada and I am just coping…

Majestic Mangosteen

Hey readers! I’m back again, after a long haul! Lately, we’ve been learning about fruits and vegetables and the different categories they fall under and guess what I found out! BANANAS ARE BERRIES!!! OH! MY! GOD! Like who would have thought of that? But it only made sense, when I read a particular article on…

Cuisses De Grenouilles

Hey readers, I’m back again! You must be wondering why the weird name? The word grenouille (pronounced “gruh-noo-ee”) is the French word for frog, and in the culinary arts, the term grenouilles or cuisses de grenouilles refers to frog legs.  Now you know what I’ve been up to; this time to share my experience of having frog legs for…