Scallops with Lemon-Basil Sauce | Look for dry-packed sea scallops at your local seafood market. They haven't been soaked in a liquid solution, which increases their weight and sodium content.

Scallops with Lemon-Basil Sauce

Scallops with lemon-basil sauce. Look for dry-packed sea scallops at your local seafood market. They haven't been soaked in a liquid solution, which increases their weight and sodium content.

Looking for something to do with all that leftover ham from the holiday dinner? Here is the perfect recipe! French Canadian Pea Soup!

French Canadian Pea Soup

A French Canadian Classic, this French Canadian Pea Soup Recipe is a great way to reuse leftover ham and ham bone from the holidays.

Quebecois Penicillin: Traditional French-Canadian Split Pea Soup | Crumb: A Food Blog

French-Canadian Split Pea Soup

Quebecois Penicillin: Traditional French-Canadian Split Pea Soup | Crumb: A Food Blog

This authentic French Canadian recipe is a classic belly warmer and perfect for a cold day. Split-pea soup with a ham bone, ham hock or salt pork. Make it a vegetarian split-pea soup by leaving out the ham bone and using vegetable stock instead of water.

French Canadian Pea Soup

This authentic French Canadian recipe is a classic belly warmer and perfect for a cold day. Split-pea soup with a ham bone, ham hock or salt pork. Make it a vegetarian split-pea soup by leaving out the ham bone and using vegetable stock instead of water.

Québécois-Style Pea Soup, from Canadian Living - we love split pea soup, but there is really nothing that beats the Quebecois version - pure comfort food on a cold evening.

Québécois-Style Pea Soup

This traditional pea soup is the ultimate in Quebec-style comfort food. Look for an unsmoked ham hock in the meat department of your local supermarket. If you can't find one, a smoked ham hock will work – just reduce the salt in the recipe to tsp.

This authentic French Canadian recipe is a classic belly warmer.

French Canadian Pea Soup

This authentic French Canadian recipe is a classic belly warmer and perfect for a cold day. Split-pea soup with a ham bone, ham hock or salt pork. Make it a vegetarian split-pea soup by leaving out the ham bone and using vegetable stock instead of water.

Québécois-Style Pea Soup, from Canadian Living - we love split pea soup, but there is really nothing that beats the Quebecois version - pure comfort food on a cold evening.

Québécois-Style Pea Soup

This traditional pea soup is the ultimate in Quebec-style comfort food. Look for an unsmoked ham hock in the meat department of your local supermarket. If you can't find one, a smoked ham hock will work – just reduce the salt in the recipe to tsp.

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