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Layered taco bake on a blue plate

Layered Taco Bake

Sometimes you revisit a recipe after not making it for years and you wonder why it fell out of your rotation. Case in point: Layered Taco Bake. Or Taco Pie. Or Taco Lasagna. Whatever you want to call it, this is one of the simplest recipes you could prepare when you get a craving for […]

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Easy soda bread rolls on eatlivetravelwrite.com

Soda bread rolls

Are you having a tough time getting your hands on yeast these days? Me too. Luckily I had a small stash from “before” but will admit to shying away from recipes requiring it these days as I’m not sure when I might be able to get more. So crazy that of all the things people […]

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Ratatouille with baked eggs on eatlivetravelwrite.com

Ratatouille with baked eggs

This post is produced in partnership with Le Creuset Canada T’is the season for entertaining, right? Whilst I love evening events, I’m also a huge fan of more casual get togethers like a holiday brunch for friends. With this in mind, when Le Creuset Canada  asked me to select a couple of pieces to work with […]

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The Measure of my Powers cover

The Measure of my Powers

Today’s book review is about not judging a book by its cover. I remember the first time I read about Jackie Kai Ellis  and thinking “Wow, she has such a great life!”. Founder of the successful Beaucoup Bakery and The Paris Tours, Jackie seemed to have it all – living between Vancouver and Paris, a […]

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Braised chicken with creamy mushroom sauce in Le Creuset braiser on eatlivetravelwrite.com

Braised chicken with creamy mushroom sauce

This post is produced in partnership with Le Creuset Canada. Did you know… Le Creuset’s “Cherry” has a new name? Say bonjour to Cerise! When this best-selling colour was introduced decades ago in France, the master enamellers who crafted the now-iconic shade of red called it Cerise. Years later, when the colour arrived in North […]

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Radish butter on eatlivetravelwrite.com

Radish butter

This post is sponsored by Gay Lea. Well, it’s supposed to be summer in a few weeks although it doesn’t feel like it (strange weather we’re having lately – hot one day, raining and cold the next) except if you take a peek at the produce that’s starting to shine in the markets. Something I’m […]

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