Recipe Index

Tag: kid-friendly

lazy brunch: egg pita pizza

This past Sunday, Cornelius and I, along with a couple of friends, went on a bike ride to Burnaby which is the city right next to Vancouver. It’s all nicely connected along the Central Valley Greenway trail, much of it…

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creepy eats: terror of the octo-dogs!!!

While I’m not one of those people who go crazy for Halloween, I’m a subtle fan. I love getting together with friends and watching cheesy horror movies, carving jack-o-lanterns and walking around the neighbourhood seeing all the kids trick or…

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home & away: stovetop kale mac & cheese

Last week I finished uploading all our June road trip photos onto Flickr and it made me a little wistful. I love traveling and exploring new places and it made me wonder where this bug came from. My parents didn’t…

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sweet and sour cucumber salad with green onions

First off, I want to thank you all for your suggestions and invitations about my last post! Sharing is caring as they say, and I’m super grateful and happy for all your excellent tips! Road trip excitement awaits. While I’m…

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the dinner solution: noodles with ham, peas, spinach & yogurt

There’s a lot to be said for sitting tight and remaining focused on work and crossing things off the to-do (or as I like to call it, the Teux Deux) list. And this month, my list is looooong. So it’s…

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sesame dip of goodness

My friend introduced me to an amazing dip and I’ve become sorta addicted to it. She calls it The Sesame Dip of Goodness. It is. However, you probably wouldn’t give it a second look. It’s beige and a bit lumpy…

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play with your food: accordion (aka hassleback) potatoes

Growing up, my mom made accordion potatoes on special occasions. I loved them because they seemed super fancy but also their shapes were totally appealing and very kid-friendly. My mom always sprinkled the tops with breadcrumbs which made the tops…

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summertime ricotta pasta primavera

A couple of Sundays ago, I went with some friends to Westham Island, just outside of Vancouver. It’s one of my favorite places accessible across a single-vehicle wide wooden bridge and once you’ve crossed over, you’ll find an herb farm,…

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