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Risotto stuffed acord squash on eatlivetravelwrite.com

Risotto-stuffed squash (and a giveaway)

As temperatures dip and winter approaches, everyone seems to be craving comfort food.  Often, when we think “comfort food”, though, we think dishes like soups and stews that can take a while to prepare.  Slow cooked dishes are great for making ahead of time on the weekend when most of us have a little more […]

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Chocolate peanut butter pinwheels on eatlivetravelwrite.com

Chocolate peanut butter pinwheels

Did you hear? There’s a new Philadelphia Cream Cheese in town – a LIMITED EDITION Philadelphia Chocolate Brick Cream Cheese! Since one of my very favourite desserts is chocolate coeur à la crème, this new Philly brick is bound to be a favourite for me – although I do have to make sure I don’t […]

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Tomatoes bolognese on eatlivetravelwrite.com

Re-inventing leftovers: Tomatoes Bolognese (and a giveaway!)

Brrr – the temperatures are getting a little chilly here in Toronto. T’is the season to start thinking about batch cooking comfort food dishes to fill your fridge and freezer. I’m a huge fan of cooking up big batches of things like soups, stew, pasta sauces – even roasting meats and vegetables on a Sunday […]

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Cranberry shortbread with white chocolate ganache drizzle on eatlivetravelwrite.com

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 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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