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French Fridays: French classics

Image via Shutterstock French food. So often people think this must mean “complicated” which often translates to “I couldn’t possibly make that”. Fortunately, there are many classic French dishes that are much easier to make than to pronounce and in the classes I teach here in Toronto, I like to show people how simple some […]

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Les Petits Chefs make soufflés at The Gallery Grill

(^^^ not gonna win any photography awards with this picture but *I* love it. Kids figuring out measuring spoons and moving too fast to photograph!) “So guys, here’s your recipe, there are your ingredients and equipment – go for it!” So said Chef Suzanne Baby on Monday afternoon as the Petits Chefs invaded visited her […]

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Kale, cherry and goat cheese salad with apples and toasted almonds

Kale made an appearance in my Front Door Organics Small Fry box last week  and while I typically associate “kale” with “chips” (because, well, that is how most of my kale ends up!!), it’s still a little warm to be firing up the oven for making chips.  The heat that has made a re-appearance here […]

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Chorizo, saffron and goat’s cheese devilled eggs for Easter

Easter. Eggs. But not the kind you are thinking of – how about a variation on devilled eggs as an hors d’eouvre for your Easter celebrations? I developed this recipe for McCormick Gourmet as part their Easter Flavour Hunt contest, running now until April 12th. A twist on a classic, these devilled eggs are a […]

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French Fridays with Dorie: (not) Tartine de Viande des Grisons

This week’s French Fridays with Dorie recipe sounds a lot scarier than it actually is – Tartine de Viande de Grisons simply means an open-faced sandwich, topped with salted, air-dried beef (bresaola) and Dorie’s recipe calls for a few walnuts and walnut oil to top the meat. I’ll be honest and admit that even though […]

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Les Petits Chefs bake hors d’oeuvres for the holidays with Emily Richards

You can feel it in the air… Just a couple of short weeks left of school, parties on the horizon (if not on the calendar already!) and a lot of anticipation…  That’s right – it’s the holidays, aka the “silly season” or, alongside June, one of the toughest months in the school year.  A great […]

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