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ginger cranberry oatmeal muffins

I really was in the mood for ginger and decided that adding dried ginger wouldn’t be enough – so I threw in some diced candied ginger as well, along with some dried cranberries because sometimes I just want to shove a bunch of things in my baked goods.

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pumpkin spice steel cut oatmeal

I’ve heard of people putting chocolate chips or peanut butter into oatmeal and that just doesn’t sit right with me. But when someone told me that they put pumpkin into their morning oats, well, that caught my ear…

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naan bread – easier than you think

Now that it’s fall, it’s a perfect time to dig into curries, hearty soups and stews. And there’s nothing better than freshly baked bread to help sop up all that goodness. One rainy dark night with the thoughts of curry…

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curried sweet potato & rice autumn soup/stew

This past weekend, I got into the kitchen with the purpose of making it smell like fall. I wanted to make a soup stuffed with orange things: sweet potatoes, yams, and carrots…

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early fall millet crunch salad

A couple days ago it was still summer. The sun was shining and I was on my bike whizzing over to the next large neighbourhood over, the one where I lived for years when I first moved to Vancouver. Commercial…

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3 cheese seed scones

Ahhh, it’s certainly feel like scone weather. Cool, crisp mornings (or soggy if you live here on the Wet Coast) makes it easy to turn on the oven and whip up a batch of these scones. As you probably realize,…

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lemon cornmeal waffles

I don’t get breakfast skippers. Even when I’m working hard at my computer and slugging back multiple coffees, I’m all about a good breakfast. My archives are full of breakfast inspiration, but I’m also content with a bowl of store-bought…

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millet, lentil & beet salad

When I discovered millet, I was instantly smitten. Along with millet, this salad is full of lentils, crisp vegetables and beets…roasted and sweetened, staining everything in their path. I’m certain my mom would love this salad and if she was alive and well, I’d email her the recipe. Instead, I’ll post it here as it’s wonderful, hearty and makes a great dinner on a hot night or would be ideal to take to a picnic or bbq. C’est delicieux!

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