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Easy creme brulee recipe on eatlivetravelwrite.com

French Fridays: Kids make crème brûlée

Welcome to French Fridays where I’m so happy to be sharing a video of a classic French dessert (my fave… well, one of them…) – crème brûlée! This version was made by a group of my Grade 4 students as past of a research project where they choose classic French dishes and research the history […]

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No-knead baguette made by kids on eatlivetravelwrite.com

French Fridays: Kids make no-knead baguette

I’m lucky in my day job that I get to incorporate a lot of what I love into the everyday. French language, French culture and, of course, French food are part of my everyday and I am so grateful. My boss is very supportive of my schemes to get kids cooking en français and what […]

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In the French Kitchen with kids - inside the book on eatlivetravelwrite.com

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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Kids using a pasta machine for pasta from scratch wth Emily Richards on eatlivetravelwrite.com

Les Petits Chefs make pasta from scratch with Emily Richards

We were thrilled to welcome Emily Richards back to the Petits Chefs kitchen lab again this week.  Emily is a Professional Home Economist with over 20 years’ experience working in the food industry. If you were a regular viewer of Canadian Living Cooks on Food Network you might recognise Emily! This week was her TENTH […]

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Deconstructed Persian watermelon salad on eatlivetravelwrite.com

Les Petits Chefs make Persian Watermelon Salad with Shayma Saadat

This week, the Petits Chefs were lucky enough to work with Shayma Saadat again. We’ve worked with Shayma a few times before – she’s taught the boys to make Afghan dumplings, we’ve made Saffron Potato Fritters and last spring we made potato “cutlets” in the Pakistani manner.  Shayma is a food writer, cookery teacher, and […]

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Cafe gourmand in the French kitchen with kids on eatlivetravelwrite.com

In the French kitchen with kids: Le café gourmand

It was a bit of a banner day in cooking club this week – first of all, the boys welcomed a Grade 7 boy and his dad into the club (“Cook with Les Petits Chefs” was an item to bid on at last year’s holiday market at school and we’ve been waiting for an appropriate […]

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