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Lunch

Creamy Chicken Salad Pinwheels

Well, it’s here. Another school year is about to start and although we’ve been promoting a book that is all about preparing to face the school year without the fear

Poultry

Cobb Salad Lettuce Wrap Tacos

Ceri and I taped a video recently about making tacos and during our intro she said, “It’s not Tuesday and we don’t care.” And no truer words have been spoken.

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School Year Survival Cookbook Videos: Leftover Chicken Transforms into Pizza!

We’re back with another video we created to go along with The School Year Survival Cookbook! We wanted to start with a focus on leftovers and how to transform them

Summer

Our Favourite Grilling Recipes

This post about grilling and anything that has to do with fresh, local berries and frozen treats are probably my most beloved posts to create every year. After all, they

Summer

Turkey and Gruyere Burgers

When I was growing up burgers were a greasy, guilty pleasure. When it comes to feeding my family, burgers are a regular component of our weekly routine including turkey or

Articles

Think Eggs Now

When Spring finally acts like, well, itself (hello, sunshine and warmer days!), you can’t help but to think about lightening up your meals. I don’t know about your family but

Winter

Faux Pho

After last year’s epic winter, I’m bracing myself. Turning the corner into November signals the oncoming fun of the holidays, but also the time of lost mittens, being stuck inside

Herbs

Chinese 5-Spice Chicken Tray Bake

I can’t speak for Ceri but when we first started this blog my family was way more enthusiastic about my recipe testing. There would be all kinds of lovely fan

Poultry

Grilled Chicken with Corn and Black Bean Salad

I’ve lost all control of our routine. We’ve just passed the middle mark of summer vacation (we don’t go back until September 6th) and the strict routine I keep for

Fall

Chicken Paillard with Basil Avocado Salsa

What do you make when it’s a heat wave? In the summer, when I was a kid, I can so vividly remember my mom having what she called “salad night.”