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Tray of Ruby chocolate chip cookies

Ruby chocolate chip cookies

Is this not the prettiest cookie you’ve seen? I know you’re wondering how those chocolate chips turned pink. I bet you ‘re thinking that it’s white chocolate with food colouring, right? WRONG! The beautiful pink hue is from the gorgeous Ruby Couverture Callets I received from the kind folks at Callebaut last week. I’ve worked […]

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Banana chocolate chip muffin recipe on eatlivetravelwrite.com

Banana chocolate chip muffins (gluten and dairy free!)

So, little-by-little, I’m working my way through bits and pieces in my Covid pantry. Before the pandemic started, I actually had gone through the pantry and had a pretty good idea of what we had in there and was on a mission to work my way through especially the odd bits of flour, nuts and […]

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Easy soda bread rolls on eatlivetravelwrite.com

Soda bread rolls

Are you having a tough time getting your hands on yeast these days? Me too. Luckily I had a small stash from “before” but will admit to shying away from recipes requiring it these days as I’m not sure when I might be able to get more. So crazy that of all the things people […]

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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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One pot pasta with butternut squash, tomatoes and beans recipe on eatlivetravelwrite.com

One pan pasta with vegetables and meatballs

How’s it going these days? Are you sick of cooking all the time? Or constantly wondering”What should I make for dinner?”. Today’s recipe, inspired by Isabelle over at Crumb and the contents of my fridge and pantry should be able to help you out a bit both in terms of less prep and washing up […]

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Soupe Joumou Giraumon recipe on eatlivetravelwrite.com

La soupe joumou

Around about now, I should have been taking my Grade 6s on a trip to the supermarket to shop for ingredients to make the Haitian food they would have researched. Today we’d go shopping, tomorrow, we’d have cooked 3 or 4 dishes and sat down to enjoy a meal together. I’ve done this activity in […]

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