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Café des Musées (Paris)

If David Lebovitz likes it, you pretty much can’t go wrong, that’s my line of thinking. On our way back from Brittany, we had one short afternoon in Paris and Alicia had been hankering for a meal at Café des Musées, upon the recommendation of a friend (well, and Mr Lebovitz!). It’s a simple neighbourhood […]

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Daring Cooks March – Risotto

Chicken Stock Ingredients: 1 lg. chicken 2-3 lbs.  1 kg. Onions 2 medium   roughly diced Leek 1 medium   white part only, roughly diced Celery 2 stalks   roughly diced Garlic 2 cloves   halved Cinnamon  1 stick   Or 1 pinch of ground cinnamon White peppercorns 1 tsp.   Any type of peppercorn will do Bay leaf 2   Fresh […]

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Foodie heaven (more care packages!)

Yes it’s that time again, another Foodie Exchange roundup!  Note that the we have a new home on the web, much prettier and easier to navigate so if you would like to join in on the fun, click here (after you have read the post!). First up, treats from London, England courtesy of Gourmet Traveller.  […]

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Exciting times!

Remember this post? Well for those of you who do not follow me on Twitter where I was excitedly tweeting about this yesterday, I heard back from Catherine Jheon (who actually commented on my letter/post) to let me know that Food Network Canada would love to have me blog for them on a freelance basis! […]

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Hall’s Kitchen soups

Ah soup. I could live on soup and sandwiches in the winter.  When I am organised, I make my own – a big batch of whatever on Sunday and bring it in to work for the rest of the week for my lunches.  Sometimes I don’t have time though  and it’s a real challenge to […]

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