Breadmaking has seen a resurgence in recent years when we all spent much more time at home.
I had the good fortune to spend time in Ireland this summer. Unlike many parts of the world at that time, the weather was quite cool and rainy.
As we transition to early fall, I’m looking forward to enjoying more simmered dishes but still using the bounty of all the great vegetables in season.
It’s zucchini season and what a season it’s been with all the rain.
I will never forget the first time I tried romesco sauce in Spain. It was served with the ubiquitous tortilla Espagnole, which is made with potatoes, onions, eggs and lots of olive oil. I was taken by the pungency of the garlic and the tangy and smoky flavour of the beautiful red sauce. Romesco goes […]
August is a terrific month to enjoy all the local produce available at market stands and grocery stores.
There are few desserts that are more comforting, delicious and easy to make than fruit crisps.
I love this time of year with local produce at its peak. Corn in particular is one of my favourite things to enjoy.
It’s adapted from one provided to me from the cookbook Cuisines of India by Smita Chandra
One of the joys of travel is experiencing new foods. I’m constantly seeking out different dishes at markets, airports, restaurants and anywhere there is something new and exciting to be enjoyed.
One joy of working with chocolate is it lends itself to so many other ingredients.
I picked up my first basket of freshly dug local, small potatoes last week and this signals the first of many wonderful potato salads that will be enjoyed all summer long.
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