Whitewater Cooks with Passion by Shelley Adams

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  • Jambalaya

    • Frogcake on January 02, 2016

      Terrific recipe! I made this for my son's university ski party. Everyone loved it -zero left-overs!

  • Hello world smoothie

    • Frogcake on September 10, 2016

      Delicious way to start the day! No need to take your vitamin if you consume this shake. Spinach can also be used to replace the kale, but personally I prefer the kale or Swiss chard.

  • Pat's Sunday night pasta

    • averythingcooks on January 16, 2017

      This was a really good pan of stuffed shells ......... Chicken in the stuffing and big 1 inch chunks of Italian sausage in the sauce made for a hearty, cold weather Sunday dinner. I did make Giada's quick marinara instead of a jar of store bought sauce. It is worth noting that I made half the recipe and had enough filling for 13 "generously" stuffed shells - which is much less than 1/2 the box ( which was actually 25 shells ).

  • Emmy's Hungarian beef goulash

    • averythingcooks on March 01, 2020

      I was searching my books for a simple Hungarian goulash using stewing beef. This one seemed far simpler from my other choices (A. Bourdain & Canal House) with just seasoned meat & LOTS of onions browned in butter & oil and then simmered with beef broth and a good amount of sweet Hungarian paprika. Well, simple or not - a roughly 2.5 hour simmer resulted in tender beef in a silky & flavourful sauce. I finished with fresh parsley and in place of the usual sour cream, I swirled in the end of a carton of heavy cream. Served over egg noodles - it was delicious! I might add peas & sauteed peppers near the end of the simmer next time to up the veg BUT sometimes, on a very cold Saturday night, a basic "saucy meat bowl" on the couch in front of the hockey game is just what we want :)

  • Bengali chicken soup

    • averythingcooks on August 16, 2019

      A pile of chopped chicken thighs that needed using up and an EYB search lead me here. This gives off a wonderful aroma while simmering and has a complex "warm" flavour. The only issue was a lack of sauerkraut so I added some chopped coleslaw mix & then a good splash of the brine from pickled onions. Other additions for colour included slivered red pepper & a handful of peas. It is really delicious!

  • Laurel's orzo and lots of spinach salad

    • averythingcooks on May 10, 2021

      I cut this to approx 1/3 as a side for 2. I subbed in parsley for dill, roasted red pepper for the olives and used the optional corn. With a roasted garlic dressing & lots of of spinach as promised, we really enjoyed this. One thing....she suggests you cook "1/2 a bag" of orzo to get the required amt....I know that orzo roughly doubles so no problem - but why not just give an actual amount (cups or grams) to cook?

  • Homemade ketchup

    • averythingcooks on December 23, 2021

      I changed the method a bit based on swordfern's experience. After the roasting step, I ran it through the food mill and then after the simmer, into the blender. I had considered straining at this point but decided to leave it as it. It is thick & flavourful (with a pretty hefty tang from the cider vinegar). I added a palmful of ancho chili powder for some needed ( at least for us :) heat. I agree - not exactly recognizable as ketchup BUT good. It will find plenty of uses including beside our Christmas Eve tourtiere.

    • swordfern on February 14, 2017

      This does not make a huge amount. Had to press it through the strainer - would benefit from using a food mill. Great taste - not exactly like ketchup but better and pairs well with the meat pie.

  • Butter chicken bowl

    • averythingcooks on September 15, 2019

      I've made day long versions of butter chicken that of course were wonderful but this "quick" (once you've marinated the chicken thighs in a beautiful paste) version is rich, full flavoured & delicious. First off, the oven roasted thighs would be great on their own. The sauce requires sautéing garlic & ginger early and then has you add more of both later in the process. My only concern was the amount of salt in the sauce - next time I will add less and then taste. I added some chopped peppadews, peas and broccoli florets to up the veggies & colour. It was a great dinner with a pile of warm naan for dipping.

  • Tourtiére with homemade ketchup

    • swordfern on February 14, 2017

      I added some potato starch to the filling to help it hold together better. Used an all-butter crust recipe from the King Arthur Flour cookbook with excellent results. I feel like something is missing from the spices. This is a great recipe but something is keeping me from rating it as excellent.

  • Sander's mom's Dutch spice cookies

    • BasicStock on April 05, 2019

      Really buttery, and the combination of spices gives the cookie a very unique flavour. Wouldn't want to go without the slivered almonds on the top as they make the cookie look quite polished. Would be a good technical challenge for a baking show as it would be a battle to get the cookies uniformly squared. Rolled the dough between two pieces of parchment paper as it became very soft when it warmed from the chilling.

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  • ISBN 10 0981142427
  • ISBN 13 9780981142425
  • Published Aug 30 2014
  • Format Paperback
  • Page Count 170
  • Language English
  • Countries Canada
  • Publisher Alicon Holdings Ltd

Publishers Text

passion: "a strong and barely controllable emotion"… …this word so aptly describes the inspiration for the fourth book in the Whitewater Cooks series. Shelley Adams' passion for cooking is so evident to anyone who knows her or her fabulous recipes.

The focus in Whitewater Cooks with Passion is on fresh, healthy recipes that range from innovative vegetarian dishes to sumptuously rich and extravagant ones that will inspire passion for food in everyone.

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