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Les Petits Chefs go online!

It was about 3 weeks into distance teaching when I found myself finally in some sort of routine. For the first little while there, not only was I completely jetlagged but also was sort of thinking the teaching from home scenario would last a month at most. I figured as long as I was online […]

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Cheesy Pasta Bake with Ham from In the French kitchen with kids on eatlivetravelwrite.com

French Fridays: Gratin de Pâtes au Jambon (Cheesy Pasta Bake)

Happy French Friday! Today I’m sharing a dish that is completely Covid-pantry friendly, easy to make (so easy that the kids can make it) and a delicious comfort dish for this “in between” season we seem to be having here in Toronto. It’s the Gratin de Pâtes au Jambon (Cheesy Pasta Bake) from In the […]

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Cooking club(s)… virtually!

Ah… it’s been a while since I shared posts about little hands cooking. Obviously with school moved to distance learning, cooking club in-person had to take a bit of a break 🙁 And now we’re nearly 6 weeks into this “new normal” (with 5 weeks of school to go), and I’m kind of settled into […]

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What to watch: Abe

Looking for a charming distraction? I was lucky enough to view an early screener of a sweet new film – Abe directed by Fernando Grostein Andrade, which will be available on demand and on digital starting April 17 in the US (tbd elsewhere but check your on demand and streaming services for upcoming releases). This […]

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Kids slicing peppers to make fresh rolls with mango with Vanessa Yeung on eatlivetravelwrite.com

Les Petits Chefs make fresh rolls with mango and avocado and potstickers with Vanessa Yeung

Voici the cold rolls that my Petits Chefs proudly made (and eagerly devoured!) this week. Are they perfect? No. Were they made with pride? Yes. I always look forward to hosting the guest chefs in the Petits Chefs programme especially Vanessa Yeung. This part of the Petits Chefs programme is such a huge part of […]

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Les Petits Chefs made treats from Peace, Love and Fibre by Mairlyn Smith

We were hoping to welcome Mairlyn Smith back to the school this week to cook from her latest book, Peace, Love & Fibre. The boys have worked with Mairlyn a few times before – they’ve made butter tarts, Grab n Go cookies, did a little improv in the kitchen (did you know Mairlyn is a […]

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