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Ozerys lavash crackers on cheese board on eatlivetravelwrite.com

Tips on surviving the holidays (and mini muesli pita bread puddings)

This post is sponsored by Ozery’s Pita Break Here we gooooooo…. Silly Season has officially begin this week for me… Until now, I’ve actually felt like I was fairly in control of my holiday chores (we’re going away so, while there are not presents to buy or meals to cook, there are houses to clean […]

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Easy puff pastry desserts for the holidays on eatlivetravelwrite.com

Easy desserts (and some tips!) for holiday entertaining

Around this time of year everyone’s “to do” lists start to get longer and the days seem to run out of hours faster and faster. Many people are planning their holiday parties or holiday meals with family and friends and ovens seem to be on most of the day. There are cookie exchanges and class […]

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Spinach and ricotta puff pastry rolls on eatlivetravelwrite.com

What’s cooking? Spinach and ricotta puff pastry rolls

Can you feel it? It’s that time of year again, when holiday party invites start arriving and you’re perhaps planning parties of your own… My favourite holiday parties are cocktail parties because, aside from the holiday cocktails that are served (mulled wine!), I love a party where you get to taste a lot of little […]

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Orange pumpkins on eatlivetravelwrite.com

French Fridays: Favourite French pumpkin recipes

With tomorrow being Hallowe’en, all things pumpkin are on many people’s minds so today I thought I would share a couple favourite “French” pumpkin recipes, collected from my years of working my way though Dorie Greenspan’s Around my French Table. One of my favourite interpretations of pumpkin in Dorie’s Around my French Table was Pumpkin […]

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Lentil and vegetable quesadillas for Kraft Canada on eatlivetravelwrite.com

What’s cooking: Lentil and vegetable quesadillas

How on earth is is nearly the end of October?  The days are getting shorter and decidedly chillier – t’is the season for comfort food meals once the cold weather sets in.  Comfort food is often able to be prepared in advance in a slow cooker or in big batches (think chili, bolognese sauce etc..) […]

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Tortilla chicken soup on eatlivetravelwrite.com

What’s cooking? Chicken tortilla soup

October. It’s the month my students look forward to from the start of the school year. It’s the first month when there are “fun things” happening – Thanksgiving long weekend and, of course, Hallowe’en (the subject of this month’s Kraft Canada #whatscooking assignment). Growing up in Australia, we didn’t celebrate Hallowe’en and when I lived […]

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