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10 Delicious Things to Cook in May

The official arrival of Spring happened weeks ago but May brings the season’s harvest to stores in an abundant way. Rhubarb, asparagus and spring peas can make you want to

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10 Delicious Things to Cook in March

Spring’s not here yet, as much as we wish it would hurry up. It’s a funny time in the markets and grocery stores. Our fall favourites like beets and sweet

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Round up: Our Favourite Corn Recipes

You can’t hold us back from corn this time of year, and the proof of our allegiance to the August staple is the wealth of recipes we’ve created over the

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7 of our Favorite Pumpkin Recipes

October is about to end with a spectacular display of candy and sugar highs (thank you, Halloween!). In addition, you’ll likely be saying goodbye to the fresh sugar pumpkins in

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Roundup: Blueberries

We couldn’t be more excited about blueberry season. In fact, the only other thing we get this excited about is pancake season. Wait, that’s not a thing. Regardless, we’ve got

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Roundup: Baking Week

I love to see the weekly themes that Ceri and Laura come up with – they always get me inspired to get in the kitchen and cook some healthy, delicious

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Roundup: Travel Snacks

I’m sure you all know by now that March Break is just around the corner. The kids I was babysitting on the weekend wouldn’t stop talking about it. It made

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Roundup: One Pot Wonders Part 2

I absolutely love spending time experimenting in the kitchen, but what I don’t love are the dishes. Is there anything worse than doing the dishes? Ok, maybe folding laundry, but

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Roundup: Sunday Dinner Week

I can’t even begin to tell you how much I love that it’s Sunday Dinner Week. There’s something so special about spending time with your family on a Sunday reflecting

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Roundup: Chili for a Chilly Week!

Did you know that this week, is supposed to be the coldest of the year? I sure hope so because I am not enjoying these absolutely freezing temperatures! I’ve been