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Chocolate raspberry smoothie

Welcome to the first in a series of five posts where I’ll be putting a spin on some of Jamie Oliver’s healthy breakfast recipes, along with a group of Food Revolution Ambassadors around the world.  This month, we were tasked with switching up Jamie’s Mini Super Fruit Breakfast Wrap, a multigrain wrap with a yoghurt-cocoa […]

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FEAST: Recipes and Stories from a Canadian Road Trip

It’s Canada’s Sesquicentennial (that’s 150th birthday in plain English!) didn’t you know? What are you doing to celebrate? How does a road trip sound? Sounds great, huh? But Canada’s a big country, right? Where are you going to find the time to cross the country from coast to coast? Well the good news is that […]

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Cranberry and orange hot cross buns

Hot cross buns! Hot cross buns! one a penny, two a penny, Hot cross buns! I’m a big fan of Easter because, well, chocolate and hot cross buns. I love a good breakfast bun and along with French viennoiseries, I’d say hot cross buns would be my absolute favourite way to start the day. I’ve […]

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Salted caramel spread

This post is sponsored by Gay Lea. I’ve been working with a fair amount of butter over the past few months as I’ve developed recipes for In the French Kitchen with Kids (manuscript: SUBMITTED on Monday!) and by far one of my favourites is the Churn 84 European Style Butter from Stirling Creamery. I’ve gone […]

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Tips for pairing food and wine

This is a guest post written by Neil Phillips sponsored by Castello di Gabbiano. Two of the more magical aspects of wine revolve around history and food. As with any product of the land, wine carries such weight of history from where it is produced.  After all, wine comes from grapes – which are a […]

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Book Review: Eclairs

Those of you who follow me on Instagram will know that I am a huge fan of the éclairs from L’Éclair de Génie in Paris. In “my” little hood there are no fewer than three of the stores in walking distance (danger!). There’s well-documented evidence of my obsession with éclairs in my photo library… I […]

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