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Kids making Jamie Oliver Insanity Burger on eatlivetravelwrite.com

Les Petits Chefs make Jamie Oliver’s Insanity Burgers

How can you resist a burger with a name like the “Insanity Burger”? I certainly couldn’t and it was one of the first recipes that caught my eye in Jamie Oliver’s new cookbook Jamie’s Comfort Food, which hit the shelves in Canada this week. When I saw the name, I thought there must be all […]

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Brown soda bread roll with butter and jam on eatlivetravelwrite.com

Les Petits Chefs make bread, butter and jam!

We’re back! That’s right, since school is back in session, so are Les Petits Chefs! We’ve got a great group of boys this year, a few new to the school, some who are graduating from two years of Cooking Basics and some who have been in cooking club already for a couple of years. Having […]

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Food Revolution Ambassador monthly challenge for August 2014: top tips for food education

I know, I know – it’s now September (sidenote: how did that happen?!) so technically I am late posting the second of August’s Food Revolution Ambassador Monthly Challenge, however I feel this is such an important topic, especially during back to school season here in the Northern Hemisphere, that it doesn’t really matter that it’s […]

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Food Revolution Ambassador monthly challenge for August 2014: yoghurt pops

For many of you reading in Canada, it’s the final week of school summer holidays. For many of you reading in the US, school has already started up again. And those of you reading in the Southern Hemisphere are just going about your regular business, looking forward to spring and summer. It’s hard to choose […]

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The journey, not the destination: What the Food Revolution means to me

(a version of this post was first published on the now-defunct “Sobeys’ “Better Food” blog in 2012) Longtime readers of this blog will know that I volunteer as a Food Revolution Ambassador for Toronto.  Which, in part, involves encouraging others to take part in Food Revolution Day each year. But being an Ambassador goes beyond […]

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