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Bowl of Goulash soup topped with GayLea lactose-free sour cream on eatlivetravelwrite.com

Goulash soup

This post is sponsored by Gay Lea. Those of you who have been reading my blog for a while will know that I teach French at an all-boys school in Toronto.  When I tell people that I only teach boys, many wonder what this is like. Many think I am crazy too! I can tell […]

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Gazpacho with herbed goat cheese toasts from My Paris Kitchen on eatlivetravelwrite.com

French Fridays: Gazpacho with herbed goat cheese toasts from My Paris Kitchen

This week’s Cook the Book Fridays recipe from David Lebovitz’ My Paris Kitchen was the perfect dish to celebrate the end of summer tomato bounty. This is quick gazpacho made with tomatoes, peppers, red onion, cucumber and garlic with some Piment d’Espelette, a dash of red wine vinegar and some vodka (to make the soup […]

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MInestrone-style pasta salad by Mardi MIchels eatlivetravelwrite.com

Minestrone-style pasta salad

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 have a set of […]

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Muir Glen fire roasted tomato soup with cheesy croutons on eatlivetravelwrite.com

Fire-roasted tomato soup with grilled cheese croutons

This post is sponsored by Muir Glen.  One of the things I like to make sure I teach my students is how to cook from the pantry. It’s all very well to meal plan ahead of time and mark “must make” recipes in cookbooks but sometimes you arrive home after a long day and need […]

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KIds assembling Pho soup at The Gallery Grill on eatlivetravelwrite.com

Les Petits Chefs make soup at The Gallery Grill

The focus for this year’s Food Revolution Day is 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 have a set […]

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Spicy red lentil soup from Homegrown on eatlivetravelwrite.com

Spicy red lentil soup from Homegrown

What is “Canadian food” anyway? So often I hear this question and too often the answer is a little muddled. Of course you might hear people say “Poutine” “Maple Syrup” ,”Peameal Bacon” or “Butter tarts” just to name a few but there really is so much more to Canadian cuisine than a handful of dishes.  […]

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