Having family or friends over for brunch over the holidays? Aren’t you smart! We love the laid back easiness of daytime entertaining. Plus, brunch food is the best food in
Can you help me with something? I need help finding a way to enjoy the long weekend coming at us in Canada without acknowledging that the summer is halfway done.
While I just posted an Easter dinner roundup and admitted that we are keeping Sunday’s meal very low-key, my family and I are looking forward to a slightly larger gathering for brunch at
I accidentally missed Shrove Tuesday. Chalk it up to my boys’ hockey schedule, my daughter’s dance rehearsals and a little virus that knocked me off my feet (which never happens). Since it’s one of my
As an American living in Canada, I get to celebrate two summer holidays–Canada Day and the 4th Fourth of July. And like Thanksgiving, the other holiday I get to double up on,
Nothing says the holidays to me quite like duck. There’s just something warm and comforting about it. I love duck confit, which is a bit heavy for summer fare, and
Hush now, it’s the holidays. We’ve actually done a post on ginger in the past but I thought it was worth mentioning again because that’s just how much I care