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Choux puffs with dill filled with tzatziki cream cheese on eatlivetravelwrite.com

French Fridays: Choux-ziki for apéritif hour

Those of you who read here often or who follow me on Instagram will already be familiar with my love for l’heure de l’apéro.  Cocktail hour in France is serious business. It’s not just a drink with a few peanuts, it’s quite often something a lot more substantial, signaling the bridge between the workday and […]

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Kale, cherry and goat cheese salad with toasted almonds on eatlivetravelwrite.com

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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Beat the Back-to-School meal-making blues with Longo’s

It’s coming…. September is just around the corner and for many people that means Back-to-School.  But those three words don’t just strike fear into the hearts of kids (and teachers!) – there are a fair number of parents who are probably not looking forward to all that entails either, namely: making school lunches and getting […]

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Chocolate peanut butter smoothie on eatlivetravelwrite.com

What’s cooking? Chocolate peanut butter banana smoothie

This month’s Kraft Canada #whatscooking assignment was to check out some back to school recipes which, reluctantly I will admit, it’s time to do. I’m doing some training courses this week and next week we are back at school for professional development week and then classes resume after Labour Day. Yikes! Where did the summer […]

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Quiche with ratatouille on eatlivetravelwrite.com

French Fridays: Ratatouille quiche

For today’s French Friday, I’m bringing you two of my favourite French dishes in one – a ratatouille quiche!  I ate a lot of ratatouille over the summer, simply because the tomatoes and produce was so beautiful in France and try as I may, I couldn’t get out of a market without eggplant, tomatoes and […]

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Cold leek and potato soup on eatlivetravelwrite.com

French Fridays: Chilled leek and potato soup

Summer. It can be a weird season. Here in Europe, I’ve seen days when it’s been 42˚C and others when it’s been 18˚C. Down in the South-West of France, the evenings actually cool down quite a bit so while you might be sweltering in the daytime, come the evening you might need a light sweater […]

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