I’m a very lucky girl. I celebrate two Thanksgivings. As an American living in Canada, I get the pretty sweet deal of having not one but two of what I
The chilly season is here people. It’s time to huddle indoors with good things bubbling on the stove. You won’t be surprised to see a few soups and stews in
We’re embracing the cool but sunny days of October by getting in the kitchen with our favourite fall ingredients. Recipes for Cabbage Soup, Pumpkin and Cranberry Loaf, Butternut Squash Quesadilla
We know you’ve got a plan for the main event on Thanksgiving. It’s probably the thing you make every year and maybe it’s the same thing your Mom always made.
How do I love thee, Thanksgiving. Let me count the ways. 1. Family 2. Parades 3. Desserts 4. Mom’s stuffing 5. Highly competitive board games 6. Mom’s stuffing 7. Gravy
We know you’re making a turkey for the main event. Or a ham, or a prime rib. Or whatever, you know what you make as the star of the table.
I’m giddy just writing this post. I love Thanksgiving. And not just because I’m an American living in Canada so I get TWO of them out of the deal but
I never touched a Brussels sprout until I was in my 30s so it always amazes me that Scarlett has loved the little cabbage since she was a wee 5
Thanksgiving is my most loved holiday of the year. Harvest, fall colours and no presents, not even a card needs to exchange hands. Just delicious food, family and friends and a
I’m so excited right now. No, really. Super excited. It’s Thanksgiving week! As an American living in Canada, there is one holiday Canadians don’t do as well as American: Thanksgiving.