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No-knead baguette made by kids on eatlivetravelwrite.com

French Fridays: Kids make no-knead baguette

I’m lucky in my day job that I get to incorporate a lot of what I love into the everyday. French language, French culture and, of course, French food are part of my everyday and I am so grateful. My boss is very supportive of my schemes to get kids cooking en français and what […]

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Cherry chocolate and hazelnut fougasse on eatlivetravelwrite.com

French Fridays: Chocolate and dried cherry fougasse from My Paris Kitchen

This week’s  Cook the Book Fridays recipe from David Lebovitz’s My Paris Kitchen was a super simple fougasse, studded with dried cherries, chocolate and toasted hazelnuts. A fougasse is a type of bread traditionally associated with the south of France and is generally a savoury item (with olives, for example) Fougasse is meant to be […]

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David Lebovitz multigrain bread on eatlivetravelwrite.com

French Fridays: Multigrain bread from My Paris Kitchen

This week’s Cook the Book Fridays recipe from David Lebovitz’s My Paris Kitchen was one I’d been looking forward to making for a while. Since I seem to have finally found my groove baking bread (I’m no expert but I’ve come a long way since this post). To be honest, I’ve been loving different versions […]

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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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Jamie Oliver super green soup and easy flatbreads on eatlivetravelwrite.com

Les Petits Chefs make Jamie Oliver’s super green soup and easy flatbreads

Well hello winter! It’s been a strange(ly) warm winter so far but this week we’ve had snow and wind and freezing rain – perfect soup weather. I actually asked one of the boys last week what they thought we should make in cooking club this week and his answer (on a day when it was […]

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Kids making Amy Bronee's cranberry sauce on eatlivetravelwrite.com

Les Petits Chefs make cranberry sauce for Thanksgiving

I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again: the generosity of the Toronto food community is something I am grateful for every single day.  When I launched my guest chef programme with my Petits Chefs cooking club a few years ago, I never imagined they’d be working with some of Toronto’s top chefs, both […]

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