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Masterpass Diary Day 2 – Muffins, Movie and lost Toques

Hey Guys, welcome to Day 2 of our Masterpass Diary…. where you get to watch me and Laura try to dominate a typically busy week and all the work/family/school priorities

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Quick Bites with Charity Mathews of Foodlets.com

One of the many pleasures I have helping out here at SPC is interviewing and getting to know some other amazing bloggers/influencers/foodies/etc. for Ceri and Laura’s Quick Bites series. This

Lunch

Karine’s Top Five Reasons to Love Tacos

After spending at least half an hour in the kitchen preparing a healthy meal for your precious little ones, is there anything more disappointing than hearing, “Were having that?” (Of

Spices

Dreaming of Mexico

Ola! Half of my family went to Mexico for March Break. It’s a long story but suffice it to say, two of my sons and I didn’t for hockey reasons —

By Ingredient

Picky Eaters? Learn from Karine’s mistakes

When we had our first child, my husband and I couldn’t wait for her to be old enough to start eating solid food so we could mould her into an adventurous

Round-Ups

Easter Recipes from Around the World

I got more than a little excited when I started compiling recipes for Easter dinner and brunch and realized that SPC has a great variety of meals that represent traditional

Spring

Karine’s Ultimate Easter Dinner

I don’t know about you, but the last few weeks have been crazier than usual. And since my cousin just had a big wedding, and March Break brought most of my husband’s

Round-Ups

7 Best Snow Day Baking Projects

Did you wake up to a foot of the white stuff and some very happy kids today? I sure did. And as much as I’m looking forward to sledding, that

Breakfast

Karine’s “Wacko” Story About Bacon, Books, Movies and More

“Remember when you were a kid and you woke up on a Sunday and could just stay in bed all day and read? I wish I was having one of

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Batch Cooking (aka Karine’s Imaginary Fairy Godmother)

When I wrote my “Hello SPC!” post a few weeks ago, I mentioned that I have four kids ranging in age from nine to 14. Their list of activities and extracurriculars — well,