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Ask A Sweet Potato About Manners

We’re back with another episode of Ask A Sweet Potato and this week we’re talking table manners. We’ll also share the one phrase you need to know in order to

Articles

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

Articles

Food blogging, choosing a new oven, cooktop and finding the nerve to make yogurt.

Disclosure: KitchenAid Canada has provided me with product as compensation for my services and posts but all posts represent my own opinion and experience. When you’re a food blogger, and

Fruits

Fruity Pancake Muffins

You asked for them and they’re here. SPC readers please give a warm welcome to the Pancake Muffin. Since we’re former magazine editors, we usually have an editorial calendar we

Videos

Pepperonata Lunch Ninja Video

We’re always talking about getting kids involved in the kitchen, right? Well, this week Esme’s making lunch! Check her out in our latest Lunch Ninja. She’s making a really great

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Pepperonata Sandwich

When you’re in the business of giving advice – and that’s a big chunk of what we do here at SPC – you run the risk of sounding like you’ve

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6 Hearty Meatless Mains Perfect for Fall

We’re big believers in making at least a couple of dinners each week vegetarian. It’s a smart move for your health and we like the variety that’s part and parcel

Breakfast

Oat and Chia Overnight Pudding

We were dealing with a lot of tummy aches here in these parts recently. It was like clockwork, every weekday morning, we (and by we I mean my daughter) got

Vegetables

7 Satisfying Fall Pasta Dinners

Cozy up with one of these delicious, hearty pasta dinners. While you’re at it, why not make a double batch and get some of that goodness in the freezer so

Videos

Easy Ham & Cheese Skewers Lunch Ninja Video

Have you hit a wall yet? It may only be mid-October but we’re hearing from lots of parents who are already struggling with lunches coming home un-touched. Maybe it’s time

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