My son and I have been
I guess that's why when he found out the Loblaws had asked me to review the winning product each week, he was super-excited. Of course I would be the assistant taster and he would be the main taster.
Week one was the dessert round where the Mini Raspberry Cheesecake Chocolate Cups reigned supreme. Billy rated them a 32.5 out of 35, which is quite a decent score. But I think Maya's rating said it best when she said that on a scale from spinach to ice cream, she rated this "cake." I'm not sure what that means exactly, but I do know its pretty good.
This week, week two, was the main course round. We were torn when watching; they all looked so good! I have to admit, I was more than a little sad that the recipe I was rooting for, The Great Canadian Turkey Dinner, Eh! Lost. Luckily, the recipe (along with all of the other competitor's recipes) are available here. but Billy was happy because that meant that the recipe he was rooting for won: The Jammin' Jamaican Lobster Bisque.
When (20 long hours later) we finally got the opportunity to try the Lobster Bisque, I could
He allowed the rest of us to taste the soup before commandeering the rest for himself. And when he was done, he insisted I got back to Loblaw's the next day and buy him more. Which I did, because I am a good mom... and because it was only $3.99 a pop. Which is insane for a lobster bisque that is this insanely good.
|Same soup, different day.|
You can watch Recipe to Riches at 9pm on CBC and buy the winning products and Loblaws and Real Canadian Superstores.
Try 'em all and vote for your favorite here
While I was sent a sample of the products to try, I was not at all compensated for this post. My opinions are my own... as was my choice to buy more of the bisque the next day. Seriously. It is that good.