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Tomatoes bolognese on eatlivetravelwrite.com

Re-inventing leftovers: Tomatoes Bolognese (and a giveaway!)

Brrr – the temperatures are getting a little chilly here in Toronto. T’is the season to start thinking about batch cooking comfort food dishes to fill your fridge and freezer. I’m a huge fan of cooking up big batches of things like soups, stew, pasta sauces – even roasting meats and vegetables on a Sunday […]

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Roasted red pepper soup on eatlivetravelwrite.com

A KitchenAid Produce Preserver Giveaway!

Disclosure: KitchenAid Canada provided me with a Produce Preserver kit and a grocery gift card so I could stock up on fresh produce and have compensated me for writing this post but all opinions are my own. Let’s chat a little bit about food waste. And in particular, produce.  How many of you knew that […]

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Apple crisp on eatlivetravelwrite.com

What’s cooking? Apple crisp

Mmmm… autumn/ fall – it’s in the air, right?  I think it’s my absolute favourite season!  When there’s that slight chill in the air but you can still sleep with your window a tiny bit open… I love weekend mornings waking up warm and cozy in my bed but able to smell the autumn air.  […]

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Polenta pizza with mushrooms and roasted red peppers on eatlivetravelwrite.com

Food Revolution Ambassador monthly challenge for September 2014: Specialty diets (Gluten Free)

It’s time for another Food Revolution Ambassador Monthly Challenge – this time, we’re talking specialty diets.  The brief for the specialty diet challenge states: “Catering for special dietary needs doesn’t have to mean compromising on flavour. So whether it is vegetarian, dairy-free, gluten-free or vegan, we want to know your favourite specialty diet recipes.”  Even […]

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Strawberry and banana yoghurt pops on eatlivetravelwrite.com

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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