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French Fridays: Ratatouille Tian from In the French kitchen with kids

(image © Kyla Zanardi) You may not know what a tian is, but if you’ve seen the movie Ratatouille, you’ll be familiar with a version of this presentation of vegetables sliced thinly, cooked and served in an elegant stack. The dish you see in the movie was created by Chef Thomas Keller (of The French […]

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Summer Reads: My Paris Market Cookbook

This is part of my Summer Reads series where I’ll be reviewing a series of “not just cookbooks”. “Markets bring neighbours together. They introduce us to the people who grow our food, the people who feed us. They are a source of new ideas, inspiration, and recipes.” Such is the premise of Emily Dilling’s My […]

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Les Petits Chefs make Crispy Vegetable Cakes from In the French kitchen with kids

The Petits Chefs are back for the final term of the school year! Typically, the first few weeks of club are a little all over the place as boys are still trying out for teams and don’t know if they’ve made it for a week or two so I never really know who is showing […]

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French Fridays: Celery Root Purée from My Paris Kitchen

This week’s recipe for Cook the Book Fridays from David Lebovitz’s My Paris Kitchen is a simple one but one to remember in the winter when celeriac (celery root) is often included in my organic delivery box… Basically you cook some celery root and potato in milk until they are very soft (hint: chop the […]

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Creamy 7-Vegetable Soup

This is a sponsored post of the best kind: Mama Earth is a company I have using for a number of years so I’m thrilled to be partnering with them over the next couple of months to highlight different aspects of their local/ organic food delivery service.  How do you get your five-a-day (or more) […]

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Cheesy one pan ratatouille pasta

This dish was born from a fridge and pantry full of bits and pieces. Literally a handful of dry pasta (leftover from a recipe I was testing calling for a specific amount) and a few vegetables I’d had on hand as I worked through some ratatouille recipes before the holidays. A wedge of cheese. And […]

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