Pairing: Harwood Chardonnay 2014 VQA
Spicy Muffuletta salad
Mild Muffuletta salad
Kurtzie's Merlot Salami
Kurtzie's Venison Sausage
Maple Dale Cheese Dill Cheddar
Maple Dale Cheese Smoked Cheddar
1. Using a bread knife, cut Kaiser bun in half.
2. Spread one side of the Kaiser with the Mild Muffuletta salad.
3. Spread the other side of the Kaiser with the Spicy Muffuletta salad.
4. Layer 5 or so slices of Merlot Salami on one half
5. Layer 5 or so slices of Venison Sausage on the other half
6. Add 3 or so slices of Dill Cheddar atop the Merlot Salami.
7. Add 3 or so slices of Smoked Cheddar atop the Venison Sausage.
8. If adding some hot sauce, sprinkle on now.
9. Close Sandwich. Can be enjoyed cold, however we love it heated up...
10. Using Panini Press on medium, heat until toasted well and cheese has melted.
11. Carefully remove from press with tongs and garnish with potato chips.
Summer isn't summer without BBQ, and BBQ isn't BBQ without a finger-licking, super tasty BBQ sauce. 'Ye Olde BBQ Sauce' was developed to pay homage to a particularly memorable meal enjoyed in Montreal back in 1956. It's been a family favourite ever since.
Baste 'Ye Olde BBQ Sauce' on chicken or a rack of ribs while they cook and allow the sauce to caramelize slightly or serve alongside a steak grilled to perfection.
1 medium onion diced
1 large garlic bud, diced
3 tsp. paprika
1 ¼ cups stock, chicken or vegetable
½ cup ketchup
½ tsp. Worcestershire sauce
Sea salt and fresh ground pepper to taste
Few shakes of Tabasco sauce, or to taste
- Brown onion and garlic in a dash of olive oil.
- Add paprika to brown (this enhances the paprika taste considerably)
- Add all other ingredients and simmer.
- If used with BBQ chicken or other meat or vegetables, soak the meat/veg in the sauce for at least half an hour before barbecuing to enhance the taste.
- When serving, add a small dish on each plate, with sauce, for dipping.
If you were to look up 'Comfort food' in the dictionary, Gammy's Vegetarian Pasta Sauce would come up as a result. Fresh basil, sundried tomatoes & garlic give this sauce its zing, while Italian flavoured tofu keeps it vegetarian friendly.
Yield: 2 servings
- Lightly brown onion and garlic in olive oil and then brown the paprika (this gives an enhanced toasted aroma to the mix).
Add the tomato, sun-dried tomatoes, ground tofu, other spices and vegetable stock.
Let simmer for about 10 minutes.
Thicken with tomato paste.
Wash and chop basil.
Add basil to the sauce about 5 minutes before serving.
- Serve on a bed of cooked fusilli, rotini or spaghetti noodles.
A featured Harwood recipe during 'Maple in the County', our Maple Crêpes are light, fluffy and versatile. Enjoy as a tasty snack or as a sweet dessert. The topping possibilities are endless but we pair them with our Just Desserts for a decadent indulgence.
Yield: Approximately 3 dozen mini crêpes
- Sift all-purpose flour into a bowl.
Into another bowl, beat eggs until frothy.
Add milk to eggs and beat again.
Add wet ingredients into dry ingredients in a few short strokes (a few lumps are okay and normal).
Combine both maple syrup and butter ingredients in a small frying pan or crêpe pan and sizzle until butter is browned.
Pour small amounts of batter into a frying pan to make mini crêpes and cook like pancakes.
- Simmer crêpes on both sides.
- Then thread on a satay stick or serve plated.
Note: Add a topping of powdered sugar, crème fraiche, or sour cream for an extra burst of flavour.