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Sweet and spicy chicken drumsticks on eatlivetravelwrite.com

Sweet and spicy roasted chicken drumsticks

The focus for this year’s Food Revolution Day was about sharing the power of cooking, the benefits of cooking from scratch and, ultimately showing people that changing our food choices can make us both healthier and happier.  Instead of one official recipe as there has been in years past, this year, we had a set of […]

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After school cranberry almond crunch cookies on eatlivetravelwrite.com

Cranberry-almond crunch cookies

There are a couple of things I’ve been thinking lately that seem appropriate to share here in this post.  Firstly, as I work my way through the recipes for my very first cookbook, I’m astounded at the amount of butter (and sugar and eggs) I am getting through.  I mean, really. You have no idea! […]

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Mac and cheese with roasted butternut squash on eatlivetravelwrite.com

Roasted butternut squash mac and cheese

It’s been an odd Autumn so far. The stores are full of pumpkin-spice everything, the market stands clearly indicate that it’s the middle of October with the array of squash and other definitely-not-summer-anymore vegetables and fruits yet outside, yesterday it was 24˚C! I mean, the sky LOOKED threatening and October-ish and it rained a bit. […]

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Mini blueberry galette with ice cream on eatlivetravelwrite.com

Mini blueberry galettes

This post is sponsored by the British Columbia Blueberry Council. Who doesn’t love blueberries? For me, the sight of fresh berries in the markets really heralds the start of summer – nothing better than fresh berries and cream or ice cream for an easy summer dessert, right? Over the winter, we are lucky in Canada […]

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Rye soda bread rolls with 1847 Stone Milling flours on eatlivetravelwrite.com

Rye soda bread dinner rolls

Bread. It’s something I am working on mastering. Slowly…  The thing I find with bread is the timing is often the biggest challenge – when I work backwards from the time I want to be enjoying my freshly-baked loaf, it sometimes means I am starting it in the middle of the night. I never seem […]

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Upside down rhubarb cake with 1847 whole wheat blend on eatlivetravelwrite.com

Simple upside down rhubarb cake

I don’t use whole wheat flour nearly as much as I should. There, I said it. So when I received received my shipment of 1847 flours I knew immediately that I had to make it my mission to work with the “Run of the Mill”whole wheat blend.  I’ve been sorting through my cookbooks recently and […]

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