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The Cookbook Store’s 12 best cookbooks of 2013 (and a giveaway!)

Hello December!  Hello holiday season!  Hello holiday shopping!  For the food enthusiast in your life, how about a new cookbook (you can never really go wrong with a cookbook, I find!)? But with so many new cookbooks released in 2013, what to choose?  Never fear – Alison and the folks at The Cookbook Store have […]

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Set the Bubbles Free for the holidays: A SodaStream giveaway

Just in time for the holidays, do I have a treat for you… (I mean, who doesn’t love a festive fizzy drink over the holidays?) Win a SodaStream Source (Canada only) That’s right, thanks to SodaStream Canada I have a SodaStream Source Machine in black and a selection of Ocean Spray flavours (value $150) to […]

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Hosting a holiday cookie exchange and a giveaway!

It’s that time of the year – when people start to think about COOKIES. And that wonderful perk of the holiday season – cookie exchanges!  Today over on the Real Women of Philadelphia site, I’m sharing tips and tricks for those for hosting a holiday cookie exchange. AND I’m sharing the recipe for my Cranberry […]

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A KitchenAid Canada stand mixer giveaway

If you’re a regular reader of this blog, you’ll have my recent post explaining how you can support the Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation though KitchenAid Canada’s Cook for the Cure. To recap: Find out more about the KitchenAid Cook for the Cure at www.cookforthecure.ca then register and start fundraising for The Culinary Showdown here: www.culinaryshowdown.ca. […]

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A Hallowe’en tradition (not what you think!) and a giveaway!

It’s Hallowe’en week! As someone who grew up in Australia, celebrating Halloween was completely new to me until I moved to Canada. Being an elementary school teacher, of course, Halloween is not easily avoided — my students start thinking about their costumes weeks before the big day! The day itself at school – with haunted […]

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