Kraft Dinner has always been there for me. From early memories to last week’s last-minute meal, KD has been a part of my life…but which brand reigns supreme? You’ll never guess.
I love Vietnamese food, but I don’t cook it very often. Last year, I made Bun Cha for the first time during the Around the World in 12 Plates challenge, but for the most part I was used to making regular pilgrimages to Toronto’s Chinatown for giant bowls of soup at Phở Hưng Restaurant! Now I am back in Newfoundland with few restaurant options for Vietnamese, so Vegetarian Vietnam by Cameron Stauch couldn’t have showed up at a better time! This cookbook changed my frame of mind, teaching me how to make Vietnamese staples and simplifying prep for weekday dinners.
Is there anything better than the smell of fresh-baked bread? A nostalgic bouquet familiar all over the world, spanning thousands of years warms the heart and makes you drool. Fogo Island Inn’s bread initiated my love for the place, and within hours I felt at home. When I started researching my stay at Fogo Island Inn, I found dozens of dazzling images of it’s behemoth exterior, the comfy beds (and the spectacular views from them), but there was one huge element lacking. What about the food? While the food at Fogo Island Inn remains an integral part of the experience, there are few Instagram pics and patrons reviews don’t discuss it a whole lot. So you’re in luck…
Visiting Ottawa in the winter might seem frigidly foolish, but it’s delicious! Small lines make hole-in-the-wall restaurants even cozier. From waffles and ramen to Spanish tapas, the restaurant scene is anything but cold.
This is not so much a gift guide as it is my personal wish list. After perusing Amazon’s Cyber Monday sales and dozens of blogger gift guide I decided to jot down a list of my deepest Christmas cravings. I’ve never done a gift guide before, but every year people ask me what I want (hint: don’t buy me another apron). Because I have such varied interests (like most people) I wanted to post a gift guide where there is something for everyone, in case you also have a traveling, pasta-obsessed, moonlighting archaeologist on your list.
This year marks the 41st edition of the Milk Calendar from the Dairy Farmers of Canada we’re featuring March’s Rustic Veggie Chili.
As a blogger, writer and food photographer, I’m constantly staring at screens. Whether it’s editing photos on my home computer, writing a blog post in an airport on my laptop or taking an Instagram photo at the hottest new restaurant, most of my day is spent inside the screen. Continue reading Phonetic Eyewear: A Blogger’s New Best Friend