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muffin top: blackberry muffins with crumble topping

Now before I can tempt you to make a muffin or twelve, check out my new post over at the Food Network Canada blog, Bazaar. It’s about lunches, and sandwiches and working in an office for a week. Fun stuff!…

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simple sides: warm cauliflower salad & green salad with tarragon dressing

On Monday night our bowling league game was cancelled since the bowling alley was being used as a film set. Oh well, instead of an brisk bike ride to the lanes and all the resulting good times, I made due…

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a winning trifecta: tortilla pie

This past week was busy. Not only did I have my own design work and meetings to attend to, but I had to play corporate graphic designer at my old job, filling in for a old collegue on vacation. There…

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uhh, shortest post ever? apple cheddar yogurt muffins

I made muffins on the weekend and they were freakin’ amazing. Apple and cheddar? What’s not to love. Go and make them already!

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a twist on morning oats: pan fried oatmeal

Cold mornings loves a hot breakfast and oatmeal is pretty much our mainstay for the winter months. I make it straight up but will often bake it (two different ways), or mix things up a bit with steel cut oats…

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the contessa’s voluptuous breakfast: orange yogurt

A couple of weeks ago, I had company for brunch and I wracked my brain trying to figure out what to make. After consulting recipe books and perusing my blogroll, I decided to keep things familiar. I made some almond…

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breakfast on a cloud: orange ricotta pancakes

Despite the fact that my fridge is full of apples, there isn’t one apple present in today’s recipe. (Don’t you love how I snuck in an apple into my baked pasta recipe yesterday? Ha.) More apples recipes to come, but…

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like an old sweater, but better: baked pasta with roasted vegetables

It’s been rainy and grey for the past 2 days now and I’m totally getting back into cooking and baking again. It feels good and familiar, like wearing a comfy sweater with holes in the cuffs to poke your thumbs…

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