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Easy Rocky Road recipe on eatlivetravelwrite.com

Twelve days of cookies: Rocky Road

Welcome to Day 9 of The Twelve Days of Cookies! From December 1-12th I’ll post a new cookie (or holiday treat) recipe every day – inspiration for your holiday entertaining or cookie exchanges! The recipes I’m sharing are small batch (each recipe makes 1-dozen) that are simple to prepare and that use everyday ingredients and […]

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Kids making oven smores in a toaster oven from The 3-ingredient baking book by Charmian Christie on eatlivetravelwrite.com

Les Petits Chefs try 3-ingredient baking with Charmian Christie

When you only have an hour for cooking club, time is always of the essence when planning what you will make. Which is why when Charmian Christie’s 3 Ingredient Baking Book arrived earlier this fall, I knew I’d be able to use some of the recipes with the Petits Chefs – I mean, three ingredients, […]

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Tips for hosting games night on eatlivetravelwrite.com

Top tips for the ultimate games night!

This post is produced in partnership with Gay Lea. Wanna know a secret? I’m super excited for the cooler weather… I mean, hey, I’m no fan of the really cold weather but I don’t like the height of summer either so if I had to choose seasons, the cooler ones are probably my favourites. I […]

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Homemade marshmallows on eatlivetravelwrite.com

Homemade marshmallows and a Butter Baked Goods cookbook giveaway

I’m a sucker for a pretty baking cookbook and one that helps me finally master marshmallows? I’m sold!  I was pretty excited to receive the Butter Baked Goods cookbook just in time for the holiday baking season.  Featuring over 100 recipes for classic baked goods – childhood favorites that you will want to make over […]

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L’Atelier des Chefs, Paris: Les secrets de la confiserie

Many of you know that when I was in Paris this summer, I took advantage of having a couple of weeks to occupy myself filled this time with some macaron-making classes.  Since I (rightly) figured I might have macaron fatigue after a few classes (and, errr, a number of macaron-tasting sessions!), I also signed up […]

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PongkyParty

What is PongkyParty?  Well it comes out of the PongkyPlate that I picked up in Chinatown in Toronto when Ethan and I met Melissa who was in town for a conference, for dinner.  Ethan and I did a little prop shopping in Chinatown before dinner and decided to bring Melissa the most ridiculous prop we […]

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