Posts From Ceri

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Chicken and Asparagus Risotto Style Pasta

Saturday was a day of extremes. The boy woke the girl or the girl woke the boy – they never let the other sleep and as for their parents, well,

Fruits

Apple Crumble

You know what it’s like, as soon as you decide you’re not going to do something it’s all you can think about. When you realize you can’t swear in front

Legumes

Carrot and Chickpea Stew

I was very late to get the Facebook party but man I’m having a good time now.  FB re-connected me with a dear friend after probably more than ten years.

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Ratatouille

See this child? Cute, huh? I agree. By day he is a delightful bundle of coos and gurgles, face splitting grins and infectious belly laughs. He loves me so completely

By Meal Type

Spaghetti and Meatballs – The Classic Pasta Dish

Today was the first really hot day of the year in Toronto and people were goofy with sunshine and oxygen.   We packed like we were going away for a

Spring

Butternut Squash Risotto

When Ben and I started dating he was living in Brooklyn. As well as racking up lots of air miles we also spent a lot of time on the phone.

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Milkshake

I live with an addict. Her name is Esme and her poison is sugar. “Mum, was I good today?” she’ll ask. If tell her she’s been good then she takes

Lunch

Easiest Mushroom Quiche

My friend Heidi (honestly, I’m going to be doing some cooking here, too, not just telling you about things Heidi makes!) knows I have a thing for nostalgic, fifties-inspired food.

Nutrition

Much Less Meat

I watched the first episode of Jamie Oliver’s Food Revolution last night. So very depressing. People fighting over their right to eat garbage, feed their kids garbage. What is wrong

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Porridge Pancakes

And the winners in the healthy pancake-apalooza are: Porridge Pancakes. Well, maybe I could keep tweaking but I need a break from pancakes. I can’t keep complaining about the last