Luang Prabang Chicken-Chili Sandwiches from Everyday Dorie on a cutting board ready to close and serve

Cook the Book Fridays: Luang Prabang Chicken-Chili Sandwiches from Everyday Dorie

This week’s recipe for Cook the Book Fridays comes from Dorie Greenspan’s latest cookbook, Everyday Dorie and was the perfect dish to prepare on a hot, steamy early summer evening for an outdoor catchup with good friends (now we’re allowed up to 10 outside!). Luang Prabang Chicken-Chili Sandwiches are inspired by Dorie’s time in Luang … Read more

Chicken salad sandwich

Cashew Chicken Salad Sandwich

Ever had a craving for something that you first tasted years ago but haven’t thought about for ages? Recently, I’ve had a hankering for a chicken salad sandwich but not just ANY chicken salad sandwich – one that I used to order at a tiny sandwich place back in Adelaide in the late 80s/ early … Read more

Antipasto wrap with raosted peppers, cream cheese and artichokes on

What’s Cooking? Antipasto wraps

It’s been a hot end of June and start of July for me over here in Europe and I’m all about this month’s Kraft Canada #whatscooking assignment, where we’re looking at recipes that are easy to make and pack for a picnic!  Last week I was in England staying with a friend and it was … Read more

Happy kids at Food Revolution Day parent child cooking class on

Fighting for Food Education: My Food Revolution Day 2015

Those smiles up there ^^^ You can’t fake that. It was a wonderful way to wrap up my Food Revolution Day Week 2015!  I hosted five classes at my school spreading the word about food education via Jamie Oliver’s awesome kid-friendly recipes, each class featuring these amazing alfalfa sprouts. A.Vogel Canada generously supported Food Revolution … Read more

Kids making Jamie Oliver Squash It Sandwich on

Cooking up a storm for Food Revolution Day 2015

It’s Food Revolution Day tomorrow! You might remember I’ve done large in-school events to celebrate getting kids and their parents cooking in  2012, 2013 and 2014 – it’s been amazing to see the larger school community join me in standing up for real food!  This year, I wanted to go a different route, though. Since … Read more