Summer Fresh lunchbox idea on eatlivetravelwrite.com

Back to reality: A fresh lunchbox idea

This post is sponsored by Summer Fresh. It’s coming… That’s right, the end of summer is just around the corner and for many people that means it’s back to reality. That reality can mean different things for different people – for parents, it means the back-to-school routines start up again. For households where there are … Read more

Big chopped salad with lemon poppyseed vinaigrette with poached egg on eatlivetravelwrite.com

Big chopped salad with lemon-poppyseed vinaigrette

(I’m currently walking a portion of the Camino de Santiago de Compostela – follow along on Instagram!) The focus for this year’s Food Revolution Day was about sharing the power of cooking, the benefits of cooking from scratch and, ultimately showing people that changing our food choices can make us both healthier and happier.  Instead of … Read more

Avocado hummus with oven baked pita chips on eatlivetravelwrite.com

Avocado hummus with crispy oven-baked pita chips

The focus for this year’s Food Revolution Day was about sharing the power of cooking, the benefits of cooking from scratch and, ultimately showing people that changing our food choices can make us both healthier and happier.  Instead of one official recipe as there has been in years past, this year, we have a set of … Read more

Omelette rollup with bacon, lettuce, tomatoes, cheese and avocado on eatlivetravelwrite.com

Cheesy omelette wraps with bacon, lettuce, avocado and tomato

The focus for this year’s Food Revolution Day is about sharing the power of cooking, the benefits of cooking from scratch and, ultimately showing people that changing our food choices can make us both healthier and happier.  Instead of one official recipe as there has been in years past, this year, we have a set of 10 … Read more

Tortilla chicken soup on eatlivetravelwrite.com

What’s cooking? Chicken tortilla soup

October. It’s the month my students look forward to from the start of the school year. It’s the first month when there are “fun things” happening – Thanksgiving long weekend and, of course, Hallowe’en (the subject of this month’s Kraft Canada #whatscooking assignment). Growing up in Australia, we didn’t celebrate Hallowe’en and when I lived … Read more