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French Fridays: Bonjour Kale

I’ve got a soft spot for books written by expats living in France. As someone who up and left her life in Australia and moved to Paris with not much idea what I was doing back in 1995 (pre-Internet, imagine!!) I’m always interested in reading about how others came to be in France.  In Kristen […]

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Food Revolution (every) Day: Ten weeks of cooking real food with kids

Those of you who read here regularly will know I teach a once a week cooking club called Les Petits Chefs. But did you know that two terms a year, I also host a cooking club for younger students (Grades 3 and 4)?  This term, the Cooking Basics boys cooked their way through versions of […]

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Welcome summer with Frozen Rhubarb Strawberry Rosé!

Hurrah – it’s summer! It’s rosé season (finally!), although in the South West of France, it always seems to be rosé season! I can’t wait to be there next week but in the meantime, there are a lot of items to cross off that “to do” list – administrative things for school, packing, catching up […]

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French Fridays: Chicken Lady Chicken from My Paris Kitchen

I’m always interested in a good roast chicken recipe. Over the past few years, I’ve tried a number of different versions – Dorie Greenspan’s “Hurry up and Wait” Roast Chicken, M Jacques Armagnac Chicken, Olive Oil Cornish Hens,  Roast Chicken for Les Paresseux, and of course, there’s the famous Mr Neil’s Roast Chicken which I […]

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Les Petits Chefs make Mairlyn Smith’s “Grab ‘n’ Go” breakfast cookies

Sometimes things don’t always go to plan. Especially not in the last couple of days of school. Schedules change, and life gets hectic in June so I like to keep my cooking club running for as long as I can because routine is much needed (for me and the boys!) and really, if they still […]

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Tuesdays with Dorie (Baking Chez Moi): Rose Fraisier

This week’s Tuesdays with Dorie recipe (Rose Fraisier, p 103) was a perfect way to celebrate the arrival (finally!) of local strawberries. The Fraisier is a traditional French dessert – “it’s always a layer cake and the layers are never covered, because you’re meant to see the berries, cut, so their beautiful centers are clearly […]

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