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Spicy tomato shakshuka on eatlivetravelwrite.com

Spicy Shakshuka

This post is sponsored by the Ontario Greenhouse Vegetable Growers. “Fresh Ontario produce – in the winter months?” I know I know, it sounds impossible but here in Ontario, we are lucky to be served by the Ontario Greenhouse Vegetable Growers (OGVG), a not-for-profit organization, formed in 1967, representing approximately 220 members who grow greenhouse […]

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Omelette rollup with bacon, lettuce, tomatoes, cheese and avocado on eatlivetravelwrite.com

Cheesy omelette wraps with bacon, lettuce, avocado and tomato

The focus for this year’s Food Revolution Day is about sharing the power of cooking, the benefits of cooking from scratch and, ultimately showing people that changing our food choices can make us both healthier and happier.  Instead of one official recipe as there has been in years past, this year, we have a set of 10 […]

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Oatmeal chocolate chip cookies made with kamut flour on eatlivetravelwrite.com

Oatmeal chocolate chip cookies

I’m a bit of a sucker for pretty packaging, I’ll admit. So when I first saw the 1847 Stone Milling flour packages on Instagram, I was smitten. Then I read a little bit about the company, the flours and the (fully compostable!) packaging and was even more impressed. Not just pretty packaging, 1847 Stone Milling […]

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Spicy red lentil soup from Homegrown on eatlivetravelwrite.com

Spicy red lentil soup from Homegrown

What is “Canadian food” anyway? So often I hear this question and too often the answer is a little muddled. Of course you might hear people say “Poutine” “Maple Syrup” ,”Peameal Bacon” or “Butter tarts” just to name a few but there really is so much more to Canadian cuisine than a handful of dishes.  […]

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Thai Beef and Mushroom rice bowl by Mardi Michels eatlivetravelwrite.com

Thai beef and mushroom rice bowls

I don’t know about you but in the cold days of January, I’m so tempted to eat heavier comfort food.  On the heels of the holidays, however, it’s not always ideal. I always feel like it’s really unfair for those of us in the northern hemisphere that the weather after the holidays is cold – […]

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Macarons de St Emilion in a box on eatlivetravelwrite.com

French Fridays: Macarons de Saint-Emilion

The village of St Emilion in the Gironde department in Aquitaine is perhaps best associated with wine but did you know it’s also a UNESCO World Heritage Site? Criterion (iii): The Jurisdiction of Saint-Emilion is an outstanding example of an historic vineyard landscape that has survived intact and in activity to the present day. Criterion […]

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