Herb Roasted Pork Tenderloin

Tender, moist, succulent pork tenderloin with a touch of crispiness from the panko and fresh herb coating on the outside makes this a winner for an every night dinner or for entertaining guests on a reasonable budget. Plus, it cooks much faster than a large… Keep Reading »

Last Omnivore Standing

omnivore – an animal that feeds on both animal and vegetable substances

Julie Anne Rhodes – the 2 year old omnivore

I feel like the last human omnivore standing. My ex went vegetarian years ago, my daughter is leaning that way these days, and I live in… Keep Reading »

Cochon 555 & The Whole Hog

I am a meat eater. Many of my friends disagree with me on the subject, and I admit I find myself eating meatless meals more often these days, but when I do eat meat I want flavorful, responsibly reared meat. Why? Simply put, it’s more… Keep Reading »

Lee’s Shuswamp Ribs

One  of my longtime close friends – Lee Lindsey, shared this recipe with me for the site. This recipe brings back so many fond memories of her legendary barbecues and Sunday lunches in London. Lee is actually from Canada, she lived in Hong Kong and… Keep Reading »

Roasted Garlic & Chili Rub Porterhouse Steaks

This versatile rub is an outstanding on any kind of beef, chicken, pork or shrimp. I sometimes find garlic already roasted at the store, which does save time, but it is very simple to do – just check out my note below. Any extra can… Keep Reading »

Candied Bacon Roast Pork Loin

The combination of moist, tender pork infused with so much flavor from the rub, and the spicy sweet glaze with the crisp bacon has a wonderful mouth feel that will have your tastebuds jumping!… Keep Reading »

Maple-Cider Pork Chops with Pears & Sweet Potatoes

This is a definite personal and client favorite. The sauce has a nice tartness to it while the maple syrup and pears add just the right amount of sweetness to take the edge off. Remember, the trick to pork is to be careful not to… Keep Reading »

Chicken Satay (Beef, Pork, Shrimp)

Don’t let all the ingredients scare you. It is very easy to make. The great thing about this recipe is that you can taste as you go along, and alter slightly to suit your specific taste. If you don’t care for spicy? Cut back on… Keep Reading »

Street Food

On the street: Nick and Julie Anne Rhodes
Since the only globe-trotting this wing-clipped gypsy will be doing for a while is oral, I let my “tastes buds do the walking”, and went to Susan Feniger’s Street this week. The restaurant is where the celebrity chef… Keep Reading »