Summer

Grains & Rice

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A few years ago, before a trip home to the States, I asked Canadian friends who live in New York City if I can bring them anything from home. This

Summer

Our 5 Favourite Rhubarb Recipes

We have our favourite rhubarb recipes for you and, while many of them are desserts, we highly recommend you eat all of these for breakfast. Eating dessert for breakfast is

Appetizers

Sweet Pea and Mint Devilled Eggs

This post was originally published last year around St. Patty’s Day but I think this recipe is perfect for all the Easter eggs you have lying around. Even if you

By Ingredient

Lemon Pudding Cake

Easter may be all about chocolate for my kids but I’m thinking lemons. I’ve tried to bring up the idea of an Easter lunch or dinner a couple of times

Fruits

Strawberry and Rhubarb Slab Pie

I’ve never been able to master a lattice pie. I didn’t have a grandmother who lovingly showed me the way to a gorgeous handmade pie. A savory cook, she shared

Picnics & BBQs

Broccoli Cheese Patties

Laura and I have been thinking a lot lately about the school year and the particular challenges it presents to parents. Because, let’s be honest, it’s not just our kids

Fall

Caprese Skillet Chicken Dinner

Disclosure: KitchenAid Canada has provided me with product as compensation for my posts but all the posts represent my own opinion. Big decisions make me nervous. Honestly, it’s painful for

Winter

6 Make-Ahead Snacks for Back-to-School

If packing a school lunch was just about making a sandwich and calling it a day, the school year would be an entirely different beast, wouldn’t it? Alas, my friends,

Snacks & Desserts

Strawberry and banana nice cream

Ceri and I con­stantly get ques­tions about how we put together the blog. Actu­ally, that’s not true. I con­stantly get ques­tions relat­ing to what I used to do. When peo­ple find out that

Spring

7 School Lunches That Aren’t Sandwiches

Don’t let a school-lunch-packing rut sneak up on you. Mix things up by thinking outside of the sandwich. Whip up a batch of fritters or mini quiche on the weekend