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Le Creuset Non Stick shallow frying pan with frittata on eatlivetravelwrite.com

Frittata with spring greens and potatoes

This post is produced in partnership with Le Creuset Canada A good nonstick pan is a must in every kitchen but given recent concerns about the long term effects of using them, it’s made it a bit of a challenge. I’ve been on the lookout to upgrade the nonstick pieces here in our Canadian kitchen […]

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David Lebovitz duck fat potatoes from My Paris Kitchen on eatlivetravelwrite.com

French Fridays: Duck fat potatoes from My Paris Kitchen

This week’s  Cook the Book Fridays recipe from David Lebovitz’s My Paris Kitchen was the perfect accompaniment to our New Year’s Eve roast beef dinner. Actually, pretty much any dinner. Because – potatoes roasted in duck fat. I mean, come on… David calls for (Yukon Gold or russet) potatoes to be peeled and par boiled […]

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Kids make Quick and Easy Food by Jamie Oliver Easy Rustic Gnocchi on eatlivetravelwrite.com

Les Petits Chefs Make Jamie Oliver’s Easy Rustic Gnocchi

This week in cooking club, both Les Petits Chefs and my Cooking Basics boys made Jamie Oliver’s Easy Rustic Gnocchi. Two words I like to see in recipes when cooking with kids – “easy” and “rustic”. Of course, my boys know that Jamie’s easy and quick isn’t necessarily easy and quick in a science lab […]

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Carisma microgreen potato salad on eatlivetravelwrite.com

A fresh twist on potato salad

This post is developed in partnership with Carisma Potatoes. It’s a weird old season – one day the furnace kicks in, the next day you need the air-conditioning. It’s hard to know what to wear and it’s hard to know what to prepare for dinner (since when I’m thinking about it in the morning, the […]

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Les Petits Chefs make Aloo Tiki with Shayma Saadat

This week, the Petits Chefs were lucky enough to work with Shayma Saadat again. We’ve worked with Shayma a couple of times before; once when she taught the boys to make Afghan dumplings and last fall, when we made Saffron Potato Fritters which the boys LOVED (hello, fried potatoes!).  Shayma is an internationally published food […]

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Garlic and parsley compound butter

This post is sponsored by Gay Lea. We’re *this* close to March Break. As an elementary school teacher, I can tell you that my students can practically taste the holidays. And they’re not the only ones. It’s been a long week for us teachers with a day and an evening of parent-teacher interviews so the […]

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