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Aloo Tiki with Shayma Saadat on eatlivetravelwrite.com

Les Petits Chefs make Aloo Tiki with Shayma Saadat

This week, the Petits Chefs were lucky enough to work with Shayma Saadat again. We’ve worked with Shayma a couple of times before; once when she taught the boys to make Afghan dumplings and last fall, when we made Saffron Potato Fritters which the boys LOVED (hello, fried potatoes!).  Shayma is an internationally published food […]

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David Lebovitz Chocolate-Covered Caramelized Matzoh Crunch on eatlivetravelwrite.com

Les Petits Chefs make David Lebovitz’s Chocolate-Covered Caramelized Matzoh (and Saltine) Crunch

The Petits Chefs are back for Term 3! We started this week with a timely recipe for some of our boys – a “Passover favourite” as one of my friends told me. When I was planning the term, I noticed that Easter and Passover both fell in the same week so I wanted to give […]

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How to make crème caramel (video)

Last term some of you might have followed the Petits Chefs testing some recipes from my cookbook which was a one of the best decisions I could have made in the rather challenging recipe testing stage of writing a cookbook.  Watching your exact target audience make a dish following your method was really useful for […]

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How to make crêpes (video)

Last term the Petits Chefs tested some from my cookbook which was a fabulous experience for me (and a delicious one for them!).  Watching kids make a dish and seeing how they react to instructions/ recipe directions was extremely useful for me in terms of figuring out how to explain simple instructions – it’s often […]

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French Fridays: How to make profiteroles (video)

I don’t think it’s any secret how much I love working with choux pastry… I’ve written about it extensively here on this site… and it’s one of my favourite classes to teach too! I’ve made choux pastry with my cooking club before as well – profiteroles for Christmas,  chouquettes and gougères, just to name a […]

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Garlic and parsley compound butter

This post is sponsored by Gay Lea. We’re *this* close to March Break. As an elementary school teacher, I can tell you that my students can practically taste the holidays. And they’re not the only ones. It’s been a long week for us teachers with a day and an evening of parent-teacher interviews so the […]

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