Go dust off your Canelé moulds!
Canelés are French pastries made primarily of eggs, flour, milk and butter. They’re delicious little bites which started in Bordeaux. The Kitchn has a … Read More
Nani’s tomato soup is the BEST tomato soup ever and it’s completely dairy free!
It brings back so many memories. Nani = Grandmother. Mum’s mum. I grew up for 5 … Read More
For the short five years that I grew up in Nairobi, Kenya, I have fond memories of being in the kitchen with my Nani (Grandma). She was always known as … Read More
In order to be a fruit hunter I decided that I was on a mission to find a fruit that I had never seen or eaten before. I thought that … Read More
You may or may not know that I am currently in Chef school at George Brown College in Toronto. My culinary adventure comes with it’s pro’s and con’s.
Pro’s: I … Read More
Have you ever really thought about what you’re eating, like gone so deep into thinking about all your senses? Or even thought about what attracted you to try something, what … Read More
I know, I know you’re probably saying “but Acorn Squash isn’t in season yet!”. Lucky for us, we have it readily available in Canada!! So I decided to take advantage … Read More
I’ve never been a fan of Salmon, I don’t know if I had a bad experience when I was younger, but there is just something about it that I can’t … Read More
As I have mentioned in a previous post, Wings are my ultimate appetizer nowadays. When I was younger we used to take-out Wings and I hated them because they were … Read More
After experimenting and my mind running constantly with idea’s I’ve learned that making your favourite foods at home is so much more satisfying than buying for these five reasons:
1. … Read More
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