To mark this joyous month of peachy deliciousness, we decided the only way to honour Princess Peach was to bake a tasty peach cobbler on the barbecue. We are huge fans of cast iron bake ware, and it is the perfect receptacle for baking crumble in whether you choose to make it in the oven or on the grill.
August 26, 2017
Peach Cobbler on the Barbecue
Peach Cobbler is a classic dessert. It’s best known for being enjoyed in the Southern US, on wrap-around porches, by southern belles while sipping sweet tea. Here in Canada, we grill our cobbler, enjoy it in igloos, and wash it down with an ice-cold beer. It’s amazing how different we are, culturally, eh?
Stir fry is the ultimate weeknight dinner. Throw whatever veggies you've got in your fridge in a pan, cook up some protein, add your favourite sauces and spices and that's about all there is too it. Step your stir fry up a notch by grilling your veggies. Switch up your typical protein (mostly chicken) for tofu - and bam! Meatless Monday in no time at all.Read more
Like we said, why just drink cider when you can cook with it too? Pop open a couple bottles of apple cider, and make a batch of this Apple Cider Barbecue Sauce; it’s awesome on chicken, but goes great with pork, too. Cue stomach grumbling… Now, it’s time to get cooking with your cider. We are full supporters of the “one sip for me, one for the recipe” method, and we highly suggest trying out a locally made cider. After all, an apple a day keeps the doctor away, right? Surely that applies to cider, too… Read more