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a warm send-off: cinnamon apple dutch baby

Last week it was cinnamon waffles and now I’m posting about cinnamon dutch babies. I’m breakfast-crazy or at least cinnamon-crazy. Either way, I’m not complaining. This is a simple but impressive breakfast and it takes the not-so-humble dutch baby and…

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fill’er up: cinnamon oatmeal waffles

I can’t believe it’s been over a year since I’ve posted a waffle recipe. Believe me, this is the perfect waffle recipe after a long waffle-absence because it will only take one to fill you up. Really. This waffle is…

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sweet success: meyer lemon & fresh cranberry muffins

This morning while our neighbours to the south were prepping for turkey and cranberry sauce, the rest of us are all business as usual. I had a meeting this morning and decided to bake some muffins for it. Super quick…

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packing on the pancakes: apple pancakes for two

A couple of weekends ago, some friends and I, drove out into the country in search of fancy apples. Last year, at the UBC Apple Festival, I had my first taste of a Belle de Boskoop and I was hooked.…

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healthy & wise: ginger-studded molasses bread

By Sunday evening, I felt my mojo returning. I was feeling healthy again, but I didn’t want to bust up the joint by letting all hell break loose, so I started off with some wholesome baking. And I mean wholesome.…

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get your egg cred here: apple cheddar omelette

Look at that photo! I made this breakfast a few weeks ago and when I look back to this photo, I think, damn, I’ve got some serious style here! Sure, I can make a mean oatmeal or scone but the…

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best oatmeal ever: baked oatmeal with apples

Saturday morning I awoke later than usual. The skies were dark and grey and rain was pouring out of the sky. I could have easily pulled the covers up over my head and tried to forget that this was supposed…

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waste not, want not: beet greens & fried potatoes topped with a poached egg

It’s a real shame that people don’t eat beet greens. When I was talking to my dad last weekend and I prepared him Swiss Chard for the first time (which he loved), I told him that the chard was very…

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