Cooking With Heroes
Spring Rolls (Paw Pia Tord) - Thailand
Ashak - Afghanistan
Tupelo Chicken Strips
Salsa Roja - Mexico
Super Easy Wickedly Good Cheese Dip
Hot Bean Dip
4 Bean Casserole
CHEESE & ONION BREAD
Hawaiian Sweet Rolls
English Yorkshire Pudding
First Nations Fry Bread Recipe
Mom's Overnight Buns
Spinach Loaf Spread
Koek - Dutch spice Cake
Quick Tortilla Soup
Corn Chowder Soup
Santa Fe Chicken Salad with Peanut-Lime Vinaigrette
Ukrainian Borscht - Gramma Balon
Slow Cooker Spicy Lentil Soup
Mediterranean Chicken Pasta Salad
Authentic German Potato Salad
Brazilian Fish Stew
Caribbean Lime Chicken
25 Minute Thai Black Pepper Chicken & Garlic Noodles
Chicken with Cashew Nuts - Chiang Mai, Thailand
Pancit Bihon - Philippines
Borani – Afhgan Fried Eggplant in Tomato Sauce with Garlic Yogurt
Kabeli – Famous Afghan Rice Dish
Pork Chop Supreme
Lazy man's Enchiladas
Cabbage Casserole - Ukraine
Knydli (Kinadle) (1949)
Cherry Bakewell Cake
Favourite Topping Cheese Cake
Baklava - Middle Eastern Dessert
Best Apple Caramel Cake
Steamed Banana Cake - Chiang Mai, Thailand
Chocolate Mint Dessert
Oreo Cookie Cheesecake
Easy Creamy Rice & Raisin Pudding
Pineapple Tea Cake
Chocolate Bundt Cake
Poor mans pudding AKA Apple soup
Johnny Cake - Grandma Hebner
Gevulde Koeken - Dutch Almond Cookies
Oatmeal Date Filled Cookies
Boiled Raisin cookies - These cookies are a family favourite!
Almond Flour Banana Muffins
Spring Rolls (Paw Pia Tord) - ThailandIn 2017, I traveled to Thailand as part of a G Adventures tour. We had the pleasure of going to a Thai cooking school. This was one of the recipes we tried.
Tupelo Chicken StripsHard Rock Cafe Recipe for Tupelo Chicken - Kerry Weir - Wife, Mother & Daughter of Police Officers
Salsa Roja - MexicoSo the salsa recipe is from my friend in Arizona. After retirement, I enjoyed swimming with a few gals in the neighborhood. One morning my friend Mirna invited the women to come to her home and try her salsa. It was 10 am. We all agreed to come right then. Man, it was absolutely delicious. I ate so much that I didn’t need any lunch that day. ¡Arriba! Maybe that was the day that I decided to start learning the Spanish language. Jaja
GuacamoleThis recipe was shared with me by my Mexican mom. While not my biological mom, she has loved me like a daughter ever since I became friends with her daughters many years ago. Learning this recipe and even winning a work contest for it has made her proud. It makes me proud to be able to represent her Mexican heritage!
Super Easy Wickedly Good Cheese DipThis is one of those recipes that you can adjust to suit you. Some like more garlic and some like less. It will be thick and more spreadable than dippable which means need you will need a spoon to fill the chip up but worth it. I was given this from a friend who got it from a friend and so on. I believe a night of good card-playing was involved when I had my first taste test and was hooked! Warning it is addicting and should be shared with your spouse!
Hot Bean DipA real crowd-pleaser. Can't stop eating it. Perfect dip to bring to a party or to serve at your own party. Also large portion size.
Hawaiian Sweet RollsI was raised without a father. He was killed in the Korean War. My mother raised 4 children as a single woman & that was well before any social assistance programs came in. Remarkable woman. Miss her every day.
Mom's Overnight BunsMy mom didn’t really like to cook but I always remember her making these buns and it was my favourite. We used to have it with Borscht & I actually didn’t know there were other types of borscht besides this until I was well into adulthood.
Lemon LoafI found this recipe in a Doukhobor cookbook when we moved to Kamsack, Saskatchewan 45 years ago. While I can almost make it in my sleep now, its spattered page shows frequency of use. It has become my signature gift of thanks, welcome, hospitality, birthdays and funerals.
Koek - Dutch spice CakeThis is a family favorite my Aunt Bartje and Trintje used to bake as I was growing up
Mom's BorschtFrom my childhood... I believe this recipe was originally my Grama’s. My Grama Pearl’s family was from a Ukrainian part of Russia. I believe she was born in Canada but I’m actually not really sure as she and my mom both passed over 10 yrs ago. One interesting fact that I didn’t learn until after they were both gone was that my Grama’s legal name was Paraska...never knew that, she was just always Grama to me.
Quick Tortilla SoupOne evening while at happy hour with our neighbors at our local golf club in Arizona (we don’t golf), Mirna’s husband told us we had to try his Chicken Tortilla soup so off we scampered to their home. Again. Delish
Taco SoupGreat soup for a crowd! One of my go-to meals to freeze or gift to a friend. Not very complicated but so flavorful and filling.
Dutch SoupBondvelle cans can usually be found in the international section of a grocery store or a specialty Dutch store.
Santa Fe Chicken Salad with Peanut-Lime VinaigretteBy way of background, my husband has 17 years in the Air Force and then he went the police route, where he spent 23 years before he retired. I had two years more than he did on the police and I’m still working (I will be finished 27 years in June of 2021!
Slow Cooker Spicy Lentil SoupYou can omit the chili flakes if spice is not your thing! In our family we love to travel and trying different cuisines is a big part of that. Our whole family (my husband and I and our four kids and their spouses) are proud members and employees of the RCMP.
Authentic German Potato SaladAluminum foil helps keep food moist, ensures it cooks evenly, keeps leftovers fresh, and makes clean-up easy.
Caesar SaladI do OK in the kitchen. This Caesar salad & chicken strip recipe are a hit when we have guests!
Brazilian Fish StewI visited Rio De Janeiro very early on in my travel career when we were posted in Whitehorse. The beaches are truly incredible, but so is the food!
Caribbean Lime ChickenI can't think of any Caribbean island I've visited that I haven't loved. Hope this chicken recipe takes you there, if only in spirit.
Chicken CacciatoreThis recipe is a lot about your own personal preferences. Choose the Spices you like best & enjoy!
Chicken with Cashew Nuts - Chiang Mai, ThailandThis recipe is so amazing. It is another one that I tried from my trip to Thailand and it goes great over rice.
Pancit Bihon - PhilippinesPancit Bihon is a Filipino stir fry noodle dish. Whatever the occasion (birthdays, Christmas, Thanksgiving, etc.) Pancit is always on the menu. It is said that the long noodles represent longevity & so it’s fitting for this dish to be served on any occasion. It is definitely a crowd favorite. Like many family recipes passed down from generation to generation, there likely isn’t an exact recipe. When my Inang (Grandma) & my mom make it, they just cook using their senses (how it looks & tastes). In fact, I do the same thing. I just grab some of this & some of that & use what I have in terms of protein & start cooking. But for the purpose of sharing this recipe with others, I sat down & wrote it out. You’re welcome! Sarap sa pagkain! (Enjoy your meal!)
Pork Chop SupremeThis was my Fathers' own recipe. My father was a career and proud military veteran and also a member of the Black Watch for awhile which he was extremely proud of
Lazy man's EnchiladasSo as you can see this recipe along with the Bean dip & Taco Soup are all Mexican type foods. They are actually all from Mennonite family cookbooks (on my husband's side of the family). These are Ukrainian Mennonites, and I'm pretty sure that the Mexican tones are from the Mennonites that reside in the Chaco, in Paraguay.
Hutch-A-ClutchThis is an old family recipe passed down a few generations. Comfort kinda casserole. Delicious served with fresh bread or buns.
Cabbage Casserole - UkraineThis is a family favorite and a fantastic substitute for those of us that have trouble rolling cabbage rolls.
Knydli (Kinadle) (1949)My Mom taught me how to make these when I was wanting to make something for supper.
Favourite Topping Cheese CakeNot all chocolate bars may work as well as others. Found best to be Reese peanut butter cups, skor, smarties, m&m, Reese pieces. If making graham crust with graham or cookie crumbs, complete as the box describes and desired thickness. If using pie filling, rather than mixing into the cream cheese mix, pour the mix into the pie crust & pour the Pie filling on top then spread evenly.
CheesecakeCecil (Bill) Moore enlisted in January 1967 in the RCAF, retired from Air Force after serving as a SAR Tech (Para Rescue/Rescue Specialist) in 1989. Janice (Pankiw) Moore enlisted in 1970 in the Canadian Army as a Financial Clerk and retired from Air Force 1993. Married Janice in 1973. They both retired as Sargent's
Hazelnut TorteThis is a great dessert. I make it for Christmas as it’s a light dessert & my family loves it! You can make it & freeze up to 2 weeks in advance. Note: It’s a shallow cake.
Apple PiroshkiThis is a family favorite. It's my sister's mother-in-law (Eastern Europe) but we have made it our own. Various desserts have stemmed from this one recipe. The most recent being cinnamon rolls & individual rolls with apples in it. So delicious!
Steamed Banana Cake - Chiang Mai, ThailandIf you can not obtain grated coconut, you can use unsweetened dry coconut but it needs to be soaked in water about 10 minutes before using.
Chocolate Mint DessertThis is a family favorite. In fact, as a kid, I was only allowed one piece as my dad would hide the rest! I dare you to try & have only 1 piece!
Oreo Cookie CheesecakeThis recipe was given to me by a friend and I can't even begin to tell you how easy & delicious it is. Give it a try & see for yourself.
Eatmore BarsA family favourite. Very easy to make only takes about 5 - 10 minutes. Got this from a "Four Wheeling" Friend.
Pineapple Tea Cake"I’ve had the recipe for over 40 years. It was something my Dad enjoyed. It was a good cake for family gatherings and I love pineapple. It was my Mum that put the ice cream with it. My mum loved her desserts"
Chocolate Bundt CakeThis is one of the most moist cakes there is. It is delicious on its own. No need at all for icing. My moms secret recipe that EVERYONE loves and asks for.
Poor mans pudding AKA Apple soupThis is a recipe that my grandma's family use to make during the depression, a cheap easy dessert to make! It’s always been a favorite, Chris and the kids love it and are the ones who nicknamed it apple soup.
Gevulde Koeken - Dutch Almond CookiesThese almond cookies are to the Dutch what Chocolate chip cookies are to Canadians! If you have ever been to Holland, you have likely seen these in pastry shops.
Oatmeal Date Filled CookiesThese are a favourite of my husbands family (& my daughter in law Lindsay).
Boiled Raisin cookies - These cookies are a family favourite!Our family has a strong history in the Military. 2 members on each side of my family served in WW2 (both in Italy & Holland). Both of my brothers served as well. One in the Army (deployed to Germany ) & the other was in the Navy during the Vietnam War. My eldest son was also a medical aid in the Army.
Almond Flour Banana MuffinsHint - I probably use 2 tsp cinnamon, I love cinnamon and 1.5 tsp vanilla extract. I didn’t use chocolate chips but used 5/6 blueberries - so 60-70 frozen blueberries ( not sure of cup amount) was enough to make the muffins burst with blueberries - super soft but not falling apart. And I had used 4 small ripe bananas. If super large stick to 3. All other measurements were exact. You must use almond flower no replacement and fine is best. I used Costco’s and I just put in the paper lining so no greasing was required.
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