Tender Chicken Alfredo

This dish is a favourite with my kids – and that, my friends, makes it a winner!  Tender Chicken Alfredo Total Time: less than 60 mins   Prep: 15 mins   Cook: 30 mins  Serves: 4 Ingredients Splash of olive oil 1/2 c prosciutto 2 chicken breasts, roughly chopped 300g dry pasta (such as penne) 1/2 c unsalted butter 1 shallot, minced (or…Read more »

Baked Salmon and Candied Brussell Sprouts

Recipe Monday brought to you on a Tuesday.  Because sometimes, that’s just how life goes. Baked Parchment Paper Salmon Total Time: less than 45 mins  Prep: 15 mins  Cook: 20-30 mins  Serves: 4 Ingredients: Parchment paper Splash of olive oil 2 (6oz) fillets salmon Fresh ground salt and pepper for seasoning 3/4 c seasoned bread crumbs 1 lemon, sliced rounds Approx. 10 thin…Read more »

Mediterranean Chicken

Ok, technically, it’s still Monday.  It’s Monday where I live, and in at least one other time zone.  So, I present to you – Recipe Monday – which may only help you on Tuesday.  Hey, better late than never, right?!  Especially when it’s this yummy! Easy Peasy Mediterranean Chicken Ingredients:   1 tbsp olive oil 1 tbsp butter…Read more »

Food for the Hungry

In a recent Bible Study, I was asked to look back over the last 18 months and briefly list what had filled them.  As I made my bullet points, I couldn’t help but get a little teary.  Seeing the fullness of that time reduced to brief phrases was humbling and reinforced a point: the time we…Read more »

Happy Birthday!

Time marches onward, and though I can hardly believe it, this week marks the one year anniversary of A Space for Grace.  I clearly remember the trepidation with which I sat down at my computer, put a bit of my heart onto the screen and clicked “Publish.”  My stomach was anxiously tied up in knots as I contemplated the…Read more »

Here With Us

Waiting in eager anticipation.  Life struggles to be born.  Love is coming.  Light. Waiting in a shaft of light, surrounded by darkness.  Death has visited.  The aching loss of life departed, the threat of emptiness. I cannot help but be drawn to Advent.  Birth.  New life.  The coming, the anticipation, the excitement. New birth is neither…Read more »