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    rummies everywhere rejoice: easy french rum cake

    I went jean shopping a little while ago and bought a pair of jeans. I loved them so much that I went back and bought a second pair. I do that a lot – find something I love and buy…

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    cubano breakfast bagel

    Oh my gawd. I posted about a sandwich! On a blog that people seem to mistakenly believe is about sandwiches (hmmmm, I wonder why that is……?). Whatever. This bagel sandwich is freaking amazing. First you start with the best bagels…

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    summer-ready: fingerling potato salad with pickled celery

    This week has been glorious, weather-wise. Summer temperatures in April and yesterday, May 1st, our outdoor thermometer registered almost 30°C! Lucky for us we did manage to get our patio into fine shape by picking up a couple chaise lounges…

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    in a cast iron skillet: joe’s special

    The night after I made soup and the amazing pizza dough discovery, I made this breakfast-for-dinner meal. While Cornelius didn’t think much of the soup for dinner, this meal earned a big gold star. He loved it. Ground beef, runny…

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    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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    long summer weekends: my take on sam’s slaw

    For nearly the past week, the entire Pacific Northwest has been given a heat advisory. Coming from Ontario where the summers are hot and muggy, this advisory – where temperatures got up to just over 30° C (aka 86° F),…

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    reconnecting: kale & millet gratin

    After the work frenzy that was December, I was hoping for a lull. A bit of managed space where I could re-focus, make notes and find time away from work. I was hoping to find inspiration, to get a grip…

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    weekend breakfast: hash & eggs

    Over the weekend, instead of worrying about all the work that I have coming up, I decided to chill out a bit. It’s hard because I’m not the most laid back human. I’m always fussing, worrying and multi-tasking while wondering…

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