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Creary Family Shepherd’s Pie

This is Kristina’s first recipe here, and I’m so happy! I hope it’s the first of many, I happen to know first hand what a terrific chief she is! I love that her recipe was handed down by her mom Tracie Hodges… we’re keeping it in the family here on LoveFlips!! “This is by far […]


Clay Baker Roasted Chicken



The Big Lynda Chicken Cheddar & Bacon Burger

This is my spin on the Big Mary at Mary Browns Chicken. I win! Marinated chicken breasts using half of this recipe: Chicken Marinade 1 cup oil 1 whole lemon cut in half & juiced 2 tbsp water 1 whole garlic clove crushed 1 tbsp smoked paprika 1 tsp ground chipotle powder 1.5 tsp ground […]


Amazing Sticky Finger Sauce

I promise you.. once you eat this… you will always think about it! I can’t wait to make it again. I pounded a chicken breast so it was pretty much the same height. Then slice it in strips against the grain. Very important. Dip the strips in flour, then egg, then panko breadcrumbs. I used […]


Chicken Gyros & Homemade Pita Wraps

All I can say is I’m glad I tried to make this. It was delicious!! The pita bread is crispy, yet soft and light inside, amazing… and it only takes 50 minutes from the time you start the dough until you’re flipping them. They take minutes to cook and they lose nothing from the first […]


Reverse Sear Rib Roast

The smell from the garlic and butter is amazing!!


Sourdough Bread

I absolutely LOVE baking sourdough bread!! I’ve been at this now, through a lot of trial and error for about 6 months. It’s fun, it’s better than store bought bread and I think it’s better for you too. Flour, water and salt.. it used to make a great paper mache, but mix that in with […]


Hash Browns Using Clarified Butter

This was fun… sort of. I was watching Kent Rollins (cowboy cooking in cast iron) and he was making hash browns, using clarified butter. He said how important it was to do as once it’s clarified you can heat it to a higher temperature without it burning or spattering. It’s worth the extra work. Shred […]


Chicken & Noodles = Total Comfort

I thought I’d slow roast the chicken in my clay baker this morning so I could use the chicken breasts for this recipe and the rest of the chicken for Chinese Fried Rice tomorrow! Soak the clay baker in room temp water for about 30 minutes. Put your chicken on parchment paper on the counter […]


Ravioli & Fire Roasted Peppers with Tomatoes

So good!!! Colourful, full of flavour and fast to make… though I wonder how I managed to make so many dishes and why is my stove top always getting so spattered with oil! Use your favourite fresh ravioli, bring some salted water on to a boil. In a skillet, add some olive oil and the […]


Dutch Oven Drop Chicken

Here is a fast, delicious way to roast your chicken by the Facebook cast iron cooking group originator Eric Walker!! You need a dutch oven or a chicken fryer, which is what I used here, it’s a BSR, and one of my favourite users. I make pretty much anything in it, even sourdough bread. For […]


Coconut Chicken & Hasselback Potatoes

Preheat no. 12 cast iron skillet on 2. Turn heat up to 3 after 10 minutes while you bread the chicken. Chicken: Pound chicken breasts to be fairly equal thickness. Pepper both sides. Dip first in flour, then egg, then the coconut and panko mixture (50-50 ratio). Fry on 3 until golden brown in coconut […]


Rock Cornish Game Hens

Absolutely I would do this again!! I used to make them, and tried to make stuffing etc, that never really worked out. I haven’t thought of them in years. I saw someone posted on the Cast Iron Cooking group, so I decided to pick some up and try them again. I like them better than […]


Mozzarella Cheese Flatbread


Bacon Wrapped Chicken Breasts

How easy is this??? Next time I  won’t use thick bacon, I had to cook it more after the fact, or you could precook it a bit too… that’s a better idea. Slice the chicken in half. Salt and pepper both sides. Stuff it with cream cheese and a slice of swiss cheese. I used […]


Debbie’s Stuffed Queso Chicken Breasts

Debbie Daniels from the Cast Iron Cooking group posted this recipe. I have to say, it looks good at every stage! Split the chicken but not all the way through, pound so it’s a bit flatter. Season with salt and pepper. (I was late getting started so wanted it to cook faster.) BTW it only […]


Swiss Steak with Tomato Gravy

Sounds weird, but wow, is it ever good!! You can use any steak you like… it doesn’t have to be a ‘good’ cut as you’ll simmer it for so long it will just fall apart in your mouth! Slice and fry as many onions as you like in part olive oil, part butter. I added […]


Chinese Fried Rice

Dice cooked chicken and let soak in your favourite stir fry or teriyaki sauce. In your WOK (my new favourite thing.. makes an amazing omelet!!) add a bit of sesame oil, fry thin sliced bits of onion. Crush 3 cloves of garlic (yes Sarah, that is VERY satisfying!) into it, mix around for a few […]


Garlic Roasted Radishes – Rus Family

INGREDIENTS 1 lb. radishes, ends trimmed and halved 1 Tbsp. melted ghee or butter (may sub coconut oil or avocado oil) 1/2 tsp. sea salt 1/4 tsp. pepper 2–3 garlic cloves, finely minced 1/4 tsp. dried parsley, dried chives or dried dill INSTRUCTIONS 1. Preheat oven to 425℉. 2. In a bowl, combine the radishes, melted ghee or […]

Sourdough Bread

Sourdough Bread with Ned

Ned is my starter.. AMAZING! 50 grams starter (I like it using 65 grams of starter) 350 water 500 grams unbleached flour. (I use about 75 grams of multigrain flour and the rest unbleached flour) 1 TSP salt I take the starter out of the fridge around 9am (loosely covered), at noon I take 50 […]

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