Books for kids Fall 2017 on eatlivetravelwrite.com

Fall 2017: Cookbooks for kids

It’s been a bumper fall for new cookbook releases and I’ve been so excited to see a bunch of wonderful cookbooks for kids this year too! Have some budding chefs on your holiday list? These might be just the thing! Kid Chef Bakes You might remember I reviewed Kid Chef Bakes a while back (see … Read more

David Lebovitz celery root salad on eatlivetravelwrite.com

French Fridays: Celery root salad from My Paris Kitchen

This week’s  Cook the Book Fridays recipe from David Lebovitz’s My Paris Kitchen is a French bistro classic and also something you’ll always find in my fridge when I am in France. It’s a simple salad of grated celery root (celeriac) in a dressing that’s just mayonnaise, crème fraîche (I actually used plain Greek yohgurt … Read more

Matt Basile talking the boys cooking club at Lisa Maris on eatlivetravelwrite.com

Les Petits Chefs make fried chicken at Lisa Marie

The Petits Chefs were thrilled to head to Lisa Marie restaurant to cook with Matt Basile this week. Matt, chef/ owner of Lisa Marie and the popular food truck, Priscilla, is legendary in cooking club circles (originally known as “deep fried pizza guy” because the first time we visited, he made deep fried mini meatball pizzas with … Read more

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Tuesdays with Dorie (Baking Chez Moi): Desert Roses

The Tuesdays with Dorie recipe from Baking Chez Moi for this week is perfect for all your holiday baking needs – and a great one to make with the kids 🙂 This is a no-bake treat composed of dried fruit and nuts, coconut, and cornflakes, all held together in a rich chocolate/ butter that is … Read more

Braised chicken with creamy mushroom sauce in Le Creuset braiser on eatlivetravelwrite.com

Braised chicken with creamy mushroom sauce

This post is produced in partnership with Le Creuset Canada. Did you know… Le Creuset’s “Cherry” has a new name? Say bonjour to Cerise! When this best-selling colour was introduced decades ago in France, the master enamellers who crafted the now-iconic shade of red called it Cerise. Years later, when the colour arrived in North … Read more