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Guest post – Budapest café culture

Guest post – Budapest café culture

ArgusCarHire.com’s Fiona Hilliard usually writes about Budapest car hire, but on a trip to the Hungarian capital, she gave in to her sweet tooth and was blown away by the local specialties. A word about Budapest’s Cafe Culture… Café culture has been on the go in Budapest since the 17th century. Coffee was first introduced […]

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Kids in the kitchen!

Kids in the kitchen!

As some of you know, for my real job, I teach French as a second language to elementary school boys (aged 7-12). I am very fortunate to work at a wonderful school which is able to provide fabulous extra curricular experiences for the boys such as Chef à l’école who visited today for the third […]

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Curried coconut pumpkin-carrot soup

Curried coconut pumpkin-carrot soup

Ok so you can probably tell I am in the mood for comfort food. The weather has turned all of a sudden and it’s COLD (this Australian blood will never get used to Toronto winters). First yesterday’s chili and now today – a soup. A bit of a weird soup. This is what I had […]

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Chocolate chili con carne

Chocolate chili con carne

Don’t forget to head on over to the POM website and vote for my Red Roast Pork with POMegranate glaze. Click here. Thanks so much in advance! Inspired by Miriam’s post (check out her blog, it’s beautiful!) and a lovely package of extra-lean ground beef from Rowe Farms I picked up the other day, I […]

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Priceless. Not.

Priceless. Not.

Three hours in the kitchen = $45 (and that’s being generous…)Ingredients to make 3 batches of macarons = $10TWO edible macarons out of all that time and effort = priceless (and not in a good way!) Now I have made macarons before. The first time they looked like this: Second time, ummmm not so much… […]

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