This post is produced in partnership with Le Creuset Canada You might remember my recent post announcing that Le Creuset Canada has just released an entire new line – Le Creuset Toughened Nonstick Cookware. About the collection: The Toughened Nonstick Cookware line is safe and easy to use. Each piece is constructed through a special […]
This week’s Cook the Book Fridays recipe from David Lebovitz’ My Paris Kitchen speaks volumes about how the food scene in Paris has changed over the past decade. Earlier this summer I reviewed Kristen Beddard’s Bonjour Kale, a charming tale of one expat’s quest to re-introduce a forgotten vegetable back into the Frecnh mainstream – […]
Ah… summer – it’s finally here. And with that, a different way of eating – lighter meals, more fruits and vegetables. Though I’ve been pretty good about incorporating fruits and veggies into my diet over the colder months, thanks to the KitchenAid Torrent Blender, I’m excited for the warmer months when there’s more variety to […]
Well hello winter! It’s been a strange(ly) warm winter so far but this week we’ve had snow and wind and freezing rain – perfect soup weather. I actually asked one of the boys last week what they thought we should make in cooking club this week and his answer (on a day when it was […]
Kale made an appearance in my Front Door Organics Small Fry box last week and while I typically associate “kale” with “chips” (because, well, that is how most of my kale ends up!!), it’s still a little warm to be firing up the oven for making chips. The heat that has made a re-appearance here […]
It’s Food Revolution Day tomorrow! You might remember I’ve done large in-school events to celebrate getting kids and their parents cooking in 2012, 2013 and 2014 – it’s been amazing to see the larger school community join me in standing up for real food! This year, I wanted to go a different route, though. Since […]
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