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Patisserie made Simple by Edd Kimber

Book review: Pâtisserie made Simple

Ever wandered the streets of Paris looking longingly in the pâtisserie windows and wondered how easy some of those delectable desserts might be to recreate in your own kitchen? Well wonder no longer because here’s just the book for you – Pâtisserie Made Simple by Edd Kimber , released in the US/ Canada this week. […]

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Edd Kimber Chouquettes on eatlivetravelwrite.com

Les Petits Chefs make chouquettes from Pâtisserie made Simple

If you live in France, there’s nothing better than an after school snack, straight from the boulangerie. A pain au chocolat or a handful of still-warm chouquettes (choux pastry puffs studded with pearl sugar)… Since we don’t live in France, the next best thing might be an after school snack that you make yourself, right? […]

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Thai coconut noodle soup with shrimp recipe on eatlivetravelwrite.com

Thai coconut noodle soup with shrimp

This post is sponsored by Thai Kitchen. If you were to come into our kitchen and take a peek at our pantry shelves, you’d see a living photo album chronicling our travels. Wherever we go, we try to pick up local ingredients (spices, mostly) so we can try to recreate some of the dishes we […]

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Yonanas banana-berry swirl ice cream on eatlivetravelwrite.com

Product review: Yonanas (and a banana-berry swirl soft serve recipe)

I’m a big ice cream fan – in fact it’s probably the dessert I eat the most, even when there are decadent French dessert treats in the house. Not much beats a small scoop of a quality ice cream, in my book, as an everyday treat. Sadly, my reality is that I shouldn’t really eat […]

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Green veggie juice smoothie on eatlivetravelwrite.com

Review: KitchenAid Torrent Blender

I’ve been using my KitchenAid Torrent Blender for a few weeks now and can safely say it’s become a part of my daily routine. One of the reasons I really wanted to try it out was because I was interested in seeing how well it did with “juicing” – well, blending hard fruits and vegetables […]

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Apple crumble in a galette on eatlivetravelwrite.com

What’s cooking? Apple crumble galette

This month’s Kraft Canada #whatscooking assignment was all about one of my favourite fall fruits – apples, specifically apple crisp recipes.  I am a huge fan of apple crisp (as it my dad and it’s his birthday this week so maybe if he’s lucky my mum will make this for him!) and make it quite […]

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