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Batch of Chocolate Zucchini Muffins from Best of Bridge Weekday Suppers on eatlivetravelwrite.com

Les Petits Chefs Cook the Books: Chocolate Zucchini Snack Cake Muffins from Best of Bridge Weekday Suppers

The Petits Chefs are back and this term we’re cooking our way through a bunch of cookbooks! For Week 1, I chose the latest from Best of Bridge, the iconic Canadian cookbook series whose latest is a collection of recipes to help you get dinner on the table, even during the busiest of weeks in […]

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Kids bake cookies for the holidays

Les Petits Chefs bake and swap cookies for the holidays!

What do you get when you cross 8 boys, four cookie recipes, 40 minutes work time and the third last day of school? If you were thinking “complete chaos”, you would be wrong. This week my Petits Chefs baked four different types of cookies in under 40 minutes (then spent the next 20 minutes while […]

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Cookbooks from Canadian authors

My final cookbook roundup for the year focuses on Canadian authors – it’s been a bumper year! Toronto Eats by Amy Rosen Is it a cookbook? A Toronto restaurant guide? A coffee table book? It’s actually all three! The follow up to the bestselling Toronto Cooks, this is a close up on Toronto’s current food […]

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Pear and Cardamom cream cheese tart from Gatherings on eatlivetravelwrite.com

Cookbook Book Club: A “Gatherings” baby shower

It hasn’t been long since my last Cookbook Book Club post (my once a month “cooking from the same cookbook” meal with Jan from Family Bites and Jenn from Chocolate Shavings) but this edition is a special one! Jenn and I organised some of Jan’s friends to cook from her cookbook, Gatherings, and we surprised […]

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Gatherings cover

Top tips for entertaining from “Gatherings”

T’is the season for getting together with friends and family and those gatherings inevitably involve food!  There’s no doubt that food = community but with today’s busy lifestyles, it’s more important than ever to make sure we stop and gather around a table and share a meal with family and/ or friends – and not […]

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