July 01, 2014
This is a full-bodied, spicy rib sauce perfect for summer celebrations like Canada Day, or even the Fourth of July! Rhubarb is fresh and plentiful in early summer. If you don't have any growing in your backyard, probably someone you know has more than they can use. Otherwise you can find it at your local farmers' market. All the other ingredients are staples that almost everyone has in their kitchen.
Great with new baby potatoes and a green salad, or good ol' potato salad and cole slaw. Serve the Rocking Rhubarb Rib Relish as a dipping sauce for those who like more flavour! Happy Summer! As you can see it makes quite a lot of sauce — enough to share with your friends and family.
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January 28, 2021
December 20, 2020
There is no doubt, 2020 was a crazy year! We will all be happy to turn a corner when 2021 arrives! So to help make that happen, we’d like to encourage everyone to celebrate the holidays — but do it responsibly!
That’s why the King Bee created a recipe for “Isolation Turkey” to help you enjoy the holidays by yourself.
Stay safe, stay healthy and look after each other.... from a distance.
October 09, 2016
This recipe, from 2013, is one of my first attempts at modifying an existing recipe to include honey instead of sugar. I found it on the printed pages of the Ottawa Citizen, but turns out it originates from Bon Appetit magazine.
I made a few other modifications – we usually use squash for our pumpkin pie – yes, squash makes the best pumpkin pie!