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ravenous like a tiger: my spicy peanut sauce

Sometimes I like to fly by the seat of my pants. No plans, no forethought. Just an idea and the faith that I can make it happen. Last Friday, I went out with friends to The Foundation, one my favored…

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jam it on the one: sour cherry vinaigrette

It’s been a while since I’ve posted, but I’m back and ready get to work in the kitchen. My 7 week full time contract job is now finished, I’ve got my freelance work under control and now it’s back to…

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i love the beets & the beets love me: sauteed beet greens with lime and garlic

I’ve always been a fan of the beet. I love their sugary sweet flavour after they’ve been roasted in the oven and I love how they turn everything on your plate a deep shade of pink. I’ve turned a simple…

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rainy day breakfast: potato & ham frittata

I awoke this morning to the sound of rain and i pulled up my comforter tight around my face while I reached around the floor for my book to help me stay cozy for a bit longer. When I finally…

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who doesn’t like cabbage? lemon coleslaw

This past long weekend, I made 2 different cabbage salads. The recipe below, I made as a side for some baked cornmeal-crusted fish and some oven baked fries. The other cabbage salad, I took to a picnic. I certainly can’t…

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easy bake oven: flourless peanut butter cookies

Well, I’ve returned from our trip a little bumped and bruised and with a nasty case of road rash, but it was amazing and I’d do it again in a heartbeat. I had a bad spill down a 13% grade…

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simply delicious: cannellini bean and tuna salad

I’m running around tying up loose ends before we leave for our trip tommorrow morning. So many little things that I don’t want to forget about that I’ve got lists upon lists of things to remember. That’s why today I…

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The Almighty Tong: grilled zucchini batons

Last week, i went to daiso (a huge japanese dollar store chain that has 1 store in Vancouver) and bought a tong. The label on this utilitarian utensil said “The Almighty Tong”. Call me a sap but I was ready…

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