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The Everyday Baker: Morning Food

Welcome to this month’s instalment of The Everyday Baker review (I’m spreading it out over the course of a year because with over 170 recipes, it’s a little hard to cover unless you divide it up into chapters!). We’re looking at “Morning Food” this month and I must say I wondered what on earth Abby […]

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Tandoori Marinating Steak with Roasted Curried Cauliflower

I’m always up for a good challenge involving food and technology so when I was invited to participate in Canada Beef‘s “Can You Make the Cut?” Challenge, I accepted in a heartbeat. My task? To download  The Roundup app (find it for iOS or Android) – a new app from Canada Beef – and take it […]

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Spicy red lentil soup from Homegrown

What is “Canadian food” anyway? So often I hear this question and too often the answer is a little muddled. Of course you might hear people say “Poutine” “Maple Syrup” ,”Peameal Bacon” or “Butter tarts” just to name a few but there really is so much more to Canadian cuisine than a handful of dishes.  […]

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Happy Easter!

When I travel in France, one of the souvenirs I unfailingly haul home is cooking magazines. I don’t buy or subscribe to that many these days but I love to see what’s happening on the French culinary scene.  On my recent trip, as soon as I saw this feature in Marmiton showing how to make […]

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French Fridays: March Break, French style…

You might have noticed a few less posts that usual over the past two weeks. I’ve been in France with my mum over March Break and whilst I had every good intention of sharing more posts over this time, well, life sort of got in the way of that and I decided to give myself […]

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Tuesdays with Dorie (Baking Chez Moi): Matcha Financiers

This week’s Tuesdays with Dorie recipe is a take on one of my favourite French treats – financiers.  Financiers are small cakes, very similar to sponge cakes but contain almond flour and are made with beurre noisette.  Typically, they are are baked in small rectangular molds (the name financier is said to come from this […]

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