Thursday, June 27, 2013

Crab-Stuffed Portobello Mushroom Caps Featuring Spicy Hidden Valley Ranch

I've put it on my salads, I've used it as a dip for vegetables, but I had no idea just how versatile ranch dressing truly is until Hidden Valley Ranch sent me a trio of their ranch dressings, encouraging me to experiment in any way I pleased. Let me tell you, with that much freedom, I couldn't help but want to squirt a little ranch dressing into just about everything I was making! The wheels started turning as I started fantasizing about Hidden Valley Ranch featured in quiches, whites sauces for both pastas and pizzas, cannelloni fillings, tzatziki sauce, in the cheesy jalapeno popper filling, basically just about anything you could ever imagine, I had thought of. My dining room table became covered in torn pieces of scrap paper, covered with constellations of my scribbled notes and research. With all of those exciting ideas, some of which never got further than those scribbled notes, it was difficult to decide what recipe I wanted to submit to them. I had to narrow it down. I knew that I wanted my recipe to be something unique and semi-upscale, something you would want to serve at a dinner party. I also knew that I wanted my recipe to include a number of vegetables so that it would encourage what Hidden Valley Ranch tries to promote with their dressings, which is "eat your vegetables!". 

After much play in the kitchen (just another word for recipe testing) I finally chose to submit my recipe for Crab-Stuffed Portobello Mushroom Caps Featuring Spicy Hidden Valley Ranch. These stuffed portobello caps are like the bite-sized version that most people are familiar with, but made much more substantial and appropriate to serve at a dinner party thanks to their large and striking size. I liked the meaty texture and flavour of the portobellos, contrasted against the creamy crab and cream cheese filling. Because much more filling can fit inside of a portobello cap as opposed to a button or cremini mushroom cap, I wanted to add something that would give the filling a bit more texture and an extra hit of flavour. Sweet red bell peppers were the perfect solution, and an easy way to add more veggies into the dish. The Spicy Hidden Valley Ranch adds a zesty hit of flavour to the filling, with just a hint of spice that is also reflected in the crunchy panko breadcrumb topping. Serve the Crab-Stuffed Portobello Mushroom Caps atop lightly dressed (a simple balsamic vinaigrette would work perfect) mixed greens to make this a delicious main for your dinner party, or even a special lunch! 

Thank you to Hidden Valley Ranch for giving me the opportunity to have fun and play in the kitchen! 

*Remove the gills from the Portobello mushroom using the tip of the back of a spoon.

7 Portobello mushrooms, stems removed and reserved, gills removed*
1 tbsp butter
1/2 medium onion, finely chopped
1 garlic clove, minced
1/2 red bell pepper, finely chopped
1/2 cup cream cheese
1 cup lump crab meat
1/3 cup Hidden Valley Ranch Spicy
1/4 flat leaf parsley, finely chopped
1/2 tsp salt
1/8 tsp pepper
1/2 cup Panko breadcrumbs
1/4 tsp cayenne pepper

  1. Preheat oven to 375º.
  2. Finely chop reserved Portobello mushroom stems.
  3. In a medium skillet, melt butter over medium heat. Add garlic and onion and sauté for 2 minutes. Add the chopped mushroom stems and red bell pepper and cook until softened. Set aside
  4. In the bowl of an electric mixer, whip cream cheese (using the paddle attachment) until light and fluffy. Add the mushroom and bell pepper mixture, crabmeat, Hidden Valley Ranch Spicy, parsley, 1/4 tsp salt, and pepper and stir to combine.
  5. Lightly score the top of the mushrooms and place on a lightly oiled baking sheet.
  6. Spoon crab mixture into mushrooms evenly.
  7. In a small bowl, stir together the Panko breadcrumbs, 1/4 tsp salt, and cayenne pepper. Evenly top the filled mushrooms with the breadcrumb mixture.
  8. Bake for 20 minutes. Serve immediately. 
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Tuesday, June 25, 2013

Mott's Clamato Maple BBQ Caesar

Every year I seem to find something new and exciting to do on Canada Day. Whether I'm hanging out with friends watching fireworks, lounging on a dock at a cottage, or kicking back on a patio, there's one thing that always remains consistent, I always have a caesar, Canada's official cocktail, in my hand. This year Mott's Clamato's Official Caesar Mixing Officer, Clint, has created a very special Canada Day caesar that truly represents our beautiful country! Clint's Maple BBQ Caesar features Canadian whiskey, bacon bits, and maple BBQ sauce to fill you with the feeling of hanging out with your favourite people at a Canada Day BBQ. Make sure to make Clint's Maple BBQ Caesar apart of your Canada Day celebration this weekend!

Glass: Highball
Garnish: Lime wedge, fresh cracked black pepper, maple bacon knot on a skewer
Rim: Bacon bits, fresh cracked salt and pepper

1 oz. Canadain whiskey
1 spoon maple BBQ sauce
2 dashes hot sauce
3 dashes Worcestershire 
3 dashes fresh cracked salt and pepper
4 oz. Mott's Clamato

  1. Rim the highball glass.
  2. Fill with ice.
  3. Add ingredients in order.
  4. Stir.
  5. Garnish.
  6. ENJOY!
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For Robyn, With Love

I don't often post un-food-related subject matter here, but this is something that means a lot to me. Please take a moment and read about an old friend of mine, Robyn. Robyn was always one of the most beautiful people (inside and out) that I had ever known. So incredibly smart, talented, funny, and so genuinely lovely as a person, it breaks my heart to think that Robyn has been fighting a very rare and aggressive form of cancer for years now, not to mention other heartbreaking setbacks. Her battle isn't over yet and she needs your help. 

I ask you to please take a moment and read Robyn's story (from the words of her twin sister Leigh) and support in any way you can. No donation is too small, and even forwarding her story to others who may donate would mean the world and could help save an incredible girls life.
Read Robyn's story & donate here!

Monday, June 24, 2013

Weekly Roundup - The Negative Nelly Nosher

Hidden Valley Ranch Tzatziki - Ever since Hidden Valley Ranch sent me their trio of different flavoured ranch dressings, I have been having so much fun playing around with all three, creating some recipes inspired from the get-go by the zingy ranch dressing, and some tossed in as a last second after thought to kick up the flavours in the dish I'm making. A few weeks ago while making some jerk chicken, I decided to make a dip to go alongside the chicken to cool down the taste buds from the hotter than hell jerk sauce. I decided to whip up a quick tzatziki sauce, but amped up with a little bit of original Hidden Valley Ranch. The fresh, herbaceous flavours in the ranch dressing worked perfect with the garlic, cucumber, and dill in the tzatziki, and was the perfect cool down sauce for my super spicy jerk chicken. Make sure to follow me on Instagram to see what other Hidden Valley Ranch combos I come up with!
Playa Cabana Cantina - To celebrate my sister Justine's graduation from University, my family and I wanted to take her out to a nice dinner. Justine's only criteria: there must be good drinks! I can think of no better way to celebrate than a pitcher of tangy and sweet Margaritas, so we decided to check out the recently opened Playa Cabana Cantina in the Junction. A big fan of their Dupont St. location, I had high hopes for their new spot. The new space is small like the original location, but with a different, "hipper" vibe thanks to large antique-looking signs eclectically flanking the walls and space. I absolutely loved the look of the Junction Playa, but I have to say that the service wasn't as up to par as the Dundas location. This could very well be an isolated incident, but our server seemed to have a less than savory attitude that, being a server myself, left a bit of a bad taste in my mouth. It was one of those times where you get the feeling as though it's a great inconvenience that he is serving you. Like I said, I'm a server, so I totally understand when things can get overwhelming, or a table is being difficult and you may come off a bit cold at times, but neither was the case in this instance. Ah well, what can you do? We still enjoyed a nice Mexican meal and many pitchers of margaritas! I also have to remember that although I love me some fried fish tacos, Playa's meat tacos always leave me happier. If I want a fish taco, I will be going to La Carnita!

sip & Savour Ontario - Every year I look forward to October to take part in one of my favourite food and wine events in the city, sip & Savour Ontario. Lucky for me, this year I didn't have to wait all summer to get my wine and dine on, as the event was held this past Wednesday. The event was once again held in the Historic Distillery District Fermenting Cellar and featured some of Ontario's best wineries pouring many of the award winning wines from the Ontario Wine Awards. Although wine is the highlight of the event, no event is complete without delicious food. Eight chefs were on hand serving up delectable food pairings for the wines, as well as sponsors The Dairy Farmers of Canada and Stonemill Bakehouse providing samples of some of their best breads and cheeses. If you've been following along my blog you will know that one of the most exciting additions to this years event was a stationary food truck, Le Petit Popelin, serving up sinfully sweet French pastries. One of my favourite parts of the event is where guests and chefs can interact and learn in the live culinary theatre. Throughout the event, three different chefs are featured in the theatre, giving guests demos on how to create savory dishes paired with signature wines. I was lucky enough to grab a spot in the first demo and try out Chef Brad Livergant of The Fifth's Beef Tartare, which was absolutely delicious! Chef Livergant also happened to be serving my favourite food pairing of the evening, Duck Confit Crepes! Check out the sip & Savour Facebook page to see more photos from the event!

The Happy Hooker - With a name as catchy and blush-worthy as The Happy Hooker, how can you not be curious to try a taste? Ever since the fish and taco shop opened a few months ago on Dundas West, I have been dying to go in and get hooked on their delicious-sounding fried fish offerings. Although I have been hearing the most buzz about their fish tacos, I felt like the classic Fish and Chips was the way to go to really get a good initial feel of the place. With cloudy skies and pouring rain, it was easy for my friend Rita and I to grab a seat in the tiny, humble space. Sharing a very similar taste in food, both Rita and I ordered the Beer Battered Fish and Chips (only $9!!) with a side of coleslaw ($1.50). Our order arrived promptly on two large trays spilling over with numerous pieces of fish and lots of crispy house-cut fries. The fries hit the spot (especially when dipped in ketchup kicked up with their super smokey house hot sauce) but I hate to say that I was a little bit disappointed with the fish. My first piece of fish was tasty, although I would have preferred just a little less batter, but my second, larger piece of fish didn't seem like it was cooked through enough. The fish appeared a little raw and tasted kind of slimy, an issue that Rita found with some of her fish as well. We both wondered if perhaps the fish wasn't dry enough before being coated in the beer batter and fried. Based on all of the other positive feedback I have been reading on The Happy Hooker, this could very likely be an isolated incident. I think I'll have to give The Happy Hooker another chance, next time trying out their fish tacos, and hopefully I'll leave a little happier. 

lil Baci - Now at my final post of the roundup, I can't help but feel like I'm a bit of a negative Nelly over here, as I'm about to share another less-than-impressive experience at another Toronto restaurant. I really do hate sharing negative experiences at restaurants, but after going to so many, and having so many fantastic experiences at various restaurants, I can't help but feel disappointed when a place doesn't quite hit the mark. More than anything, it's the disappointment of spending money (which is certainly a limited resource at 25-years old) for something that leaves me wanting more, when I know that I could have had a great meal for the same price (or less) somewhere else. It was mainly a cost thing that had me a little bummed about my disappointing meal at lil Baci. Sure, the food was OK, but if I'm going to be shelling out more than my usual average night out, I expect it to be great.

On beautiful Friday night, my mom and I were craving a patio and pasta. After a good experience at lil Baci before, ordering their pizzas (although the service was horrendous! Our server was texting while asking our order!) we decided to check out the Italian spot once again. Thanks to the heat, neither of us had too much of an appetite, so we decided to split a pasta, their Pappardelle with slow-roasted duck ragu and honey mushroom parmigiano at $19, and a caprese salad at $16. I'm no stranger to spending money at restaurants (my wallet will sure tell you that!) but already that's more than I would want to spend on a casual night out. For that money, already I'm expecting a great atmosphere and service (which were lacking), or at the very least a fantastic meal. Both dishes were just OK. Let's be honest caprese is caprese, so I'm going to be happy no matter what, but this one wasn't anything to write home about and was already more than I'm used to spending on caprese. If I'm spending that much dough, I better be oohing and aahing about the quality of the olive oil, or perhaps heirloom tomatoes, or a special presentation, but I'm afraid I couldn't say that. The pappardelle was small and lacking in flavour, and although I appreciate house-made pasta, the texture on the pappardelle noodles wasn't great. While writing this, I find myself drawing comparisons to one of my favourite Italian eatery's in toronto Terroni, where their drool-worthy Pappardelle with homemade spicy sausage, button and oyster mushrooms, peas, and parmigiano is only $17.50 and completely knocks my socks off in terms of flavour, texture, and presentation. Let's also compare their caprese salad, which features fruity, lick-your-lips olive oil, for only $12.95. On top of this, while dining at Terroni, you can also always count on a wonderful atmosphere. What can I say? The proof is in the that pappardelle.

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Wednesday, June 19, 2013

The Stop's Night Market

(A-OK's Shumai Dumplings & Salt Cod Inari)
With so many food events taking place in our ever-growing foodie city, it's easy to grow tired of the same format, general tastes, venues, and vendors participating at each tasting event. When you've attended so many, they all start to seem the same after a while, so when one event has the ability to knock my socks off, I can't help but want to write about it right away. With my mind still buzzing with thoughts of all the delicious tastes I got to experience last night, not to mention the great time I had, there is no better time to share my experience of The Stop's Night Market with you.

(Forna Lola's Carne Asada Tacos)
Held in Toronto's famous Honest Ed's Alley, The Stop's Night Market is a $50 all-inclusive charity event, with funds raised to support The Stop's innovative anti-hunger programs. The event runs for two days, with each day requiring a ticket purchase and featuring different vendors, many of which are from some of Toronto's current hottest restaurants. It was the insanely impressive lineup that had me rushing to secure my ticket for day-one of the event, which sold out in a matter of hours. Despite my worries of over-crowding, bad weather, and long lineups, I was so incredibly excited to be able to experience tastes from so many restaurants that I have not yet had the privilege to try. 
(Lake Of Bays Brewing Rock Cut)
(Rose & Son's Smoked Ham & Cheese Sandwich)
As my boyfriend Chris and I walked up to the alley, our stomachs growling and our mouths begging for a beer, we simultaneously let out a groan as the long line to get into the event came into view. Immediately we both feared that this was an indication of the trouble we may experience throughout the event. We were delighted to find that the line moved super fast and we were skipping (alright, maybe I was the only one skipping) up to the first vendor in no time. In a matter of minutes we were already walking up to our second vendor, with a Lake Of Bays Brewing Rock Cut Beer in one hand and Nyood's Dry Rubbed Lamb Ribs with Chimichurri sauce in the other. Most of the lineups moved fairly quickly, with only a select few that took a few minutes longer, but on such a beautiful night, with live music playing, a fantastic atmosphere, and great company, there was really nothing to complain about. Another trick to getting through the lines minus any frustration is getting your event buddy to sneak off into another, shorter line to grab another snack or beverage to work on as you make your way through the longer line. 
(Luxardo Cocktail Bar's Basil & Strawberry Cocktail, featuring Dillon's Gin)
(Mad Maple Cottage Inn's Ice cream Sandwich)
Although there were a whopping 44 vendors at the event, Chris and I got to taste a good portion of them, and minus one less-than-stellar taco, we were very impressed and ooh-ing and ahh-ing over all of them.  What I was most impressed with was the variation of different tastes at the event. Unlike at TUM, which we had attended a few months ago, where it seemed like almost every vendor was featuring pork, each vendor at The Stop's featured a variety of unique and innovative items that excited the taste buds. Mirroring the variation of tastes at the event were the beautiful food carts at each station, each one striking and inventive, representing the feel of each restaurant. The best accessory at every food cart? The smiling chefs behind every one! You couldn't deny the overwhelmingly positive vibe that was felt throughout the space, as it was clear that everyone involved was truly enjoying themselves and proud of what they were taking part in. 
(Chantecler's Beef Tartare On Shrimp Chip)
After trying enough tastes to make me feel as though my belly was about to burst, of course I had a few standouts that I spent all night dreaming about. My top three tastes of The Stop's Night Market were:
Acadia served up their famous grits, but this time with a twist. Anson Mills grits and pimento cheese are deep fried and served with microgreens and a delicious dip to compliment the subtle flavours of the creamy and cheesy grits. The flavours were spot on, as were the contrasts in textures. 
Former Top Chef competitor Rob Rossi of Bestellen was in top form serving up N'duja and Mozzarella Sandwiches with Fried Eggplant and Basil Pesto. The sandwich, which was served on a fresh country bun, was humble yet mouth-wateringly delicious. The creamy mozzarella did not distract from the slightly smokey flavours from the eggplant and the basil pesto gave a hit of freshness to the sandwich, which lingered on the tongue after each bite. 
As I had just mentioned in my post on Le Petit Popelin yesterday, the new sensation in French pastry is choux a la creme. The Tempered Chef did a stand-out job of representing this sweet French confection, with a crisp exterior and and oozing vanilla orange custard that was the perfect consistency. To make it even better, each sweet treat was topped with a drizzle of caramel and a light dusting of icing sugar. 

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Monday, June 17, 2013

Introducing: Le Petit Popelin

For years now I have been working with the Forefront Communications Network Inc. to put on their show stopping food and wine event, sip & Savour Ontario. Through helping out with one of Ontario's hottest food and wine events, I have been very lucky to have experienced cuisines inspired from all different parts of the world, brought to the table by some of Ontario's top chefs. One of the most exciting years for sip & Savour Ontario was when they introduced food trucks into the event, allowing guests to truly experience the full spectrum of what our province has to offer. This year, motivated by the overwhelmingly positive response to the introduction of food trucks to the event, Forefront Communications has partnered with La Bamboche (known for producing some of the best French pastries and macarons in Toronto) to introduce their own stationary food truck-inspired pop up, bringing the sweet confection, that is currently taking over the pastry scene in France, to the foodies of Toronto. 
This Wednesday, in the Historic Distillery Districts Fermenting Cellar at sip & Savour Ontario, Forefront Communications and La Bamboche bring to you a taste of France as they welcome a new class of French pastries into the food truck scene. I introduce to you, Le Petit Popelin. Although we are just hearing about the tiny, colourful confections now, the sweet, cream-filled pastry began its evolution in the 16th Century by four successive, influential chefs, Chef Panterelli, Popellin, Avice, and Careme, when it began as a simple choux pastry. Nearly 500 years later the classic French choux was re-discovered with a sensational new accent - the "craquelin" or crisp finish, filled and topped with a vibrant colour palette matching the various striking flavours. Texturally diverse thanks to the crisp "craquelin" topping, complimented by the creamy, light filling, not to mention the striking, whimsical appearance, makes this choux a la creme, or what we like to call Le Petit Popelin, a delight for all of the senses! 
To mimic the striking appearance of the pastry, the masterminds at Forefront Communications have developed a chloroplast, stationary food truck, inspired by the colour palettes, iconography, and window shop dressing in the French design. The life-size faux-truck is a clever, practical, and let's face it, adorable way to bring Le Petit Popelin to events, markets, and the streets, allowing sweet-toothed Torontonians to experience a taste of France right here at home. 
Be one of the first to experience this French sensation and taste Le Petit Popelin for yourself at this years sip & Savour Ontario! Get your tickets now

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Thursday, June 13, 2013

Ginger Rose On Vine

Monday, June 3, 2013

Weekly Roundup - Drinking My Salads, Frying My Eggs, Crisping My Carrots

Green Smoothies - "Alright Danielle, shut up about your damn acidic body already!" That's the little voice I hear in my head each time I begin writing a post referring to the high acidity levels in my body and my attempts at balancing them out and getting healthy. But I can't help it. Finding balance in my diet, or anyones diet for that matter, is an ongoing exploration. You have to keep learning, pushing yourself, and thinking of creative ideas to get yourself to stick with the program! About a month or so ago, I tried increasing my intake of dark leafy greens in order to increase the PH levels in my body and lower the acidity. Experimenting with making all different types of salads worked great and made me feel fantastic for about a week...and then I slipped. It just wasn't realistic for me to keep eating so many salads each and every day. I was sick of them after about day-five, bored of the same general texture and flavours. Let's be honest here, no matter how delicious and creative a salad you've made, it's still a salad. It's like having pasta everyday, as delicious as that sounds, after a few days I would be sick of it, sick of that same general texture over and over again.

I have been curious to try a green smoothie for quite some time now, but was always nervous about the taste. I just didn't believe that a smoothie filled with spinach or kale could ever taste good, but I was proven wrong. After trying a smoothie jam packed with kale, baby spinach, avocado, and cucumber, I was amazed at how one simple ingredient could hide all of those savoury greens. What's this magic ingredient you ask? A good ol' banana! By simply adding one banana into your smoothie, you're not only filling it with even more nutrients like potassium, vitamins, and fiber, a banana also acts as a sort of invisibility cloak for your greens, hiding them from your taste buds. So for over a week now I have been starting close to every single day with a delicious green smoothie, and let me tell you, I feel great! This is what I put in it:
  • 1 banana
  • 1/2 cup frozen berries (Frozen out of convenience, you may use fresh. The texture of the seeds helps to hide the sometimes gritty texture of the greens)
  • 2 large handfuls baby spinach
  • 1/4-1/3 cup orange juice
  • 1/4-1/3 cup water (depending on how thick/thin you like your smoothie)
  • 1 tbsp chia seeds 
  • 1 tbsp coconut oil
Carrot Chips - Having such a fast metabolism, I can't help but feel inclined to snack between all of my meals. It's easy to reach for starchy foods, wanting that quick and satisfying fix, but with a new healthy lifestyle on the brain I wanted to think of some easy and healthy alternatives to satisfy my cravings. Carrot chips were the way to go! So unbelievably simple to make, carrot chips require only a vegetable peeler, olive oil, salt, and an oven. All you do is peel your carrots lengthwise, trying to get them as wide as possible, and toss them in a bit of olive oil and sea salt. Bake them off in a 300º oven for about 10 min (keep your eyes on them! They burn quickly!), cool, and enjoy! As you can see from my photo, a few of my carrot chips got just a bit too crisp (I have since reduced the oven temperature from the original 350º to 300º), but the ones that remained orange were so delightfully tasty! The natural sugars in the carrots gave the chips a wonderful caramelized flavour that kept me coming back for more!

Hidden Valley Ranch Recipe Challenge - I am so excited to get started on my latest foodie collaboration! I feel so lucky to be working with Hidden Valley Ranch to come up with a new and exciting recipe featuring one of their ranch flavours. Expect lots of photos this month as I play around with their Original, Spicy, and Cheese ranch flavours! I've already got lots of ideas up my sleeve that I can't wait to share with you! What would you make with Hidden Valley Ranch? Share your ideas!

Hawker Bar - As much as I love how much Toronto's food scene is thriving these days, I hate that every time a new and interesting restaurant opens up, I feel like I have to wait forever in order to get in, waiting for the inevitable crazy lines to die down. It's gotten to the point where I just resolve to try the restaurant in a few months, or perhaps even a year, discouraged by the thought of waiting for hours and hours to get a table. Hawker Bar, the new tiny restaurant that recently opened on Ossington, was one of those restaurants that I was dying to try, but figured I wouldn't be able to get in for a few least. Lucky for me, I just happened to be strolling by, looking to grab a bite with my boyfriend, and came across Hawker Bar, just starting their dinner rush, with a few empty tables inside. After being encouraged by a customer waiting for takeout outside to go in (his exact words were a demanding "GO IN! Trust me! Go in! You will not be disappointed!") we quickly grabbed a table and eagerly looked through the menu (which were written on the backs of cardboard beer boxes).

Still full from a late lunch, I chose to order two of their "snacks", their Pork and Shitake Dumplings and their Son In Law Eggs, with my boyfriend ordering their Chicken Laksa. The pork dumplings were very good, with great seasoning, but it was the Son In Law Eggs that really stood out for me. Soft boiled eggs are deep fried and rest in a chili sauce, topped with crispy onions, and resting in a spoon. The server encouraged me to eat the egg all in one bite in order to get the best flavour experience. I did just that, and was not disappointed (as our new friend outside had promised). Savory and unexpected, I loved that burst of the soft yolk inside the egg, contrasted by the crispy outer shell, with a hint of lingering spice thanks to the chili sauce. I also loved the bite of chicken laksa that I snuck out of my boyfriends bowl. The coconut broth was so comforting and delicious, with lots of great heat! Next time I will definitely be ordering a large bowl for myself!

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