Monthly Archives: November 2010
Sugar, You’re Going Down
At one of my three-year-old’s ballet classes, the teacher, as a treat, gave each kid a roll of Rockets candy. It sounds innocent enough but honestly, it really bothered me. You see, since my daughter was … Read more
I think for most people, it’s easy to get stuck in a rut when it comes to cooking. Your favourite chicken recipe starts to turn up at dinner more than once a week and your go-to pasta dish has been … Read more
With the winter upon us in full force, the desire to eat food that warms your body and soul becomes top of mind. For me, the one way I like to get cooking is with a curry, but not just … Read more
While spring, summer and fall bring about significant change in the ingredients we can access locally and eat, winter, for me at least, is about putting to good use the various recipes and techniques I’ve learned over the year. Sure, … Read more
If you’re looking for some great food and fun, check out Corbin Tomaszeski from Food Network Canada at the Madison Square Liquor Mart in Winnipeg on November 23 between 3 and 6 pm. It’s free to the public so drop … Read more
Being one who is obsessed with food and cooking, it drives me batty when I watch a show or commercial that shows a magnificent stove or oven in the background that is simply a prop.
These $5,000 to $10,000 appliances … Read more
I was recently in Toronto for the Cuisine Canada cookbook awards ceremony and happened to stay at the Delta Chelsea.
Like most hotels, they had a few restaurants to choose from but unfortunately, due to a labour strike, only one … Read more