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Les Petits Chefs make Jamie Oliver’s Amazing Mexican Tomato Soup

You know you’ve had a successful cooking class when there are barely any photos of the process. This past Monday, we tackled Jamie Oliver’s Amazing Mexican Tomato Soup with Sweet Potato Chips, Feta and Tortilla and there was so much going on I didn’t have time to take many photos at all. It’s all good […]

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Roasted celeriac and parsnip soup on eatlivetravelwrite.com

Update: Eating local in the winter with my Front Door Organic Fresh Box

This is a sponsored post of the best kind: Front Door Organics is a company I have personally been supporting since long before I was blogging. I’m thrilled to write about their services here, highlighting different aspects of the business of local/ organic food delivery. Back in October, I made a pledge to eat *mostly* […]

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Tortilla chicken soup on eatlivetravelwrite.com

What’s cooking? Chicken tortilla soup

October. It’s the month my students look forward to from the start of the school year. It’s the first month when there are “fun things” happening – Thanksgiving long weekend and, of course, Hallowe’en (the subject of this month’s Kraft Canada #whatscooking assignment). Growing up in Australia, we didn’t celebrate Hallowe’en and when I lived […]

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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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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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Cold leek and potato soup on eatlivetravelwrite.com

French Fridays: Chilled leek and potato soup

Summer. It can be a weird season. Here in Europe, I’ve seen days when it’s been 42˚C and others when it’s been 18˚C. Down in the South-West of France, the evenings actually cool down quite a bit so while you might be sweltering in the daytime, come the evening you might need a light sweater […]

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