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In the French Kitchen with Kids cover on eatlivetravelwrite.com

In the French kitchen with kids: the cover!

I’ve been waiting for this day for a really long time. And now it’s here, I’m kinda speechless. So, here’s my book cover!  I am totally in love with this cover because: 1. Little hands! Never did I ever imagine my cover without little hands (actual legit Petit Chef hands too!!!) 2. Little hands making […]

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French Fridays: Ten favourite French recipes for the summer

French cuisine image via Shutterstock. Summer holidays are *this* close… I’ve got three days left with the boys then a week of professional development/ meetings and then the school year wraps up. Um… how did we get here? This year (like every year, it seems) has passed in a flash (and more of a blur […]

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Kids spooning choux pastry to make gougeres on eatlivetravelwrite.com

In the French kitchen with kids: Les Petits Chefs work with choux pastry

(these gougères were the very first batch I made back in 2010. I’ve been hooked ever since!) If you read this blog with any regularity you might know that choux pastry is one of my absolute favourite things! So it’s natural that there would be a few choux recipes in the cookbook I am working […]

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In the French kitchen with kids: Les Petits Chefs learn to make rough pastry and caramel

This term, Les Petits Chefs are trying something a little different. They’re helping me test recipes for In the French kitchen with kids (Appetite by Random House, Sept 2018). I couldn’t think of a more perfect opportunity to test my recipes with the actual target market of the book and I’m thrilled my administration are […]

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French Fridays: French classics

Image via Shutterstock French food. So often people think this must mean “complicated” which often translates to “I couldn’t possibly make that”. Fortunately, there are many classic French dishes that are much easier to make than to pronounce and in the classes I teach here in Toronto, I like to show people how simple some […]

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