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Roundup: The Dad’s Favorite Dishes

It’s Dad Week here on SPC and we couldn’t be more excited about it. Our husbands are silent supports with patient bellies (they have to eat the good, the bad

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Frittata

In honour of Dad Week, I thought I’d bring back this post from – how is this possible? – two nearly two years ago. Ben will be back again on

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Grilled Cheese with Garlic Apples

So Scarlett’s dad (my darling husband Dan) was suppose to write this post but, like taking out the garbage some mornings, he somehow skirted the task. It was something about

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Healthy Habits: Theresa Albert Weighs in on the Nitrate Debate

By Theresa Albert, DHN, RNCP The “earth is flat” food battle of our time is being fought and it’s called “nitrates are bad for you”. On the one side is the

Vegetables

Roasted Tomato and Garlic Soup with Grilled Cheese Croutons

Scarlett really wanted this post to be about broccoli soup. She wanted nothing to do with my explanation that we already have a few great ones on the site. It’s

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Sweet Stuff: How to Cook Everything

We recently rearranged our condo. Kids in our old room, us on the third floor, kids’ toys and books up in their room and cook books in the shelves in

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Roundup: Warm Your Belly Soups

We’re talking soups and sandwiches this week. Aaaah, my favorite kind of meal. Actually, my all-time favorite meal is a bunch of noshie foods, little appetizers. However, I’m not promoting

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Chocolate Cupcakes

What’s a hol­i­day with­out a baked good? Noth­ing. At least, that’s the truth accord­ing to my chil­dren. And prob­a­bly yours. For all my care in hand craft­ing organic baby food and keep­ing

Snacks & Desserts

PB&J Cookies

Esme’s got a new joke. Well, she’s actually got several. “Where does a cow go on his first date? The mooooovies! Get it? Get it, the mooooovies?” I thought that

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What’s So Great About Turmeric?

Turmeric, an essential ingredient in curry powder, hails from the ginger family, and could easily be mistaken for ginger root until you cut it open. What’s revealed once sliced is

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