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Bella Figura

This is part of my Summer Reads 2018 series where I’ll be reviewing a series of “not just cookbooks”. This week’s Summer Reads pick will have you wanting to pack your bags and head to Italy. Kamin Mohammadi‘s Bella Figura: How to Live, Love and Eat The Italian Way is part “how to” manual, part […]

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Writing a cookbook – a timeline, part 2

So…. you might remember the “Writing a Cookbook” timeline, part 1. The post where I explained what happened from October 2015 when I first chatted with the folks at Appetite by Random House to April 2017 when I handed in the manuscript. Soooo, right, manuscript is in – I’m done right? All finished. Yeah, right, […]

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Tuesdays with Dorie (Dorie’s Cookies): Swedish Visiting Cake Bars

This week’s Tuesdays with Dorie recipe from Dorie’s Cookies was perfect for my entertaining needs this past weekend. Dear friends were driving through Toronto and had made plans to stop to see me around 2pm so I thought what better than to greet them with some baked goods (and rosé, local strawberries and cheese and […]

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Tuesdays with Dorie (Baking Chez Moi): Cowgirl Cornmeal Financiers

This week’s Tuesdays with Dorie recipe from Baking Chez Moi is a favourite French treat – financiers – with a twist. The “Cowgirl” in the name comes from Ellise Pierce (an American writer and chef friend of Dorie’s who lives in Paris) who gave the recipe to Dorie. “The base is the French financier and […]

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Brad Long on Butter

This is part of my Summer Reads 2018 series where I’ll be reviewing a series of “not just cookbooks”. Ok, to be fair, this week’s Summer Reads pick is kind of a cookbook. But it’s such a different type of cookbook that I think it qualifies as a great summer read (just one that will […]

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French Fridays: So French, So Sweet

I’m a big fan of Chef Gabriel Gâté, born in the Loire Valley in France who moved to Australia with his Melbourne-born wife in 1977 (for me, growing up in Australia, his name was very familiar). He’s written 24 cookbooks and for the past 35 years, he’s been presenting television shows (notably ‘Taste Le Tour […]

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